Helping bridge the gap and facilitate discussions between parents and young adults.
We match young adults with Youth Mentors and provide coaching, resources, and support for families to help navigate the potential risks of drug and alcohol use in adolescence and beyond.
How we help
Meet the Team
Natasha is a certified CARC, OASAS, CCAR, Recovery Coach and Recovery Coach Trainer based in London, New York, and Los Angeles. With her namesake Silver Bell Coaching, Natasha creates customized recovery programs, overseeing a dynamic team of more than 150 coaches and professionals.
Natasha is active with the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, and is an advocate for addiction recovery groups that are focused on drug and alcohol education and prevention for parents. She also has three teenagers in the New York City private school system.
With a deeply humanistic approach, a rare healing gift and a unique perspective on the human condition, Dr. Kaminski is a true pioneer in the psychiatric field. He is a world-renowned, award-winning psychiatrist with over 35 years of experience working with world leaders, top professionals, celebrities, and thousands of others from all walks of life. Over the past 10 years, with the emergence of a major international crisis of drugs and alcohol addiction, Dr. Kaminski has increasingly dedicated a substantial part of his clinical work to devising and implementing an innovative method to healing those with serious addictions.
Maks Ezrin is an Upper East Side native who attended the Dalton School from K-12 and graduated from George Washington University. Maks began experimenting with drugs and alcohol in his teen years and his substance dependence worsened during college, eventually leading to a nearly fatal overdose in his mid-20s. Sober since 2016 and granted a second chance at life, Maks channels his sobriety into helping run our mentorship programs and working one-on-one with bright young adults to guide them successfully and safely through their teen years.
Corey Anker is a Life & Recovery Coach — in private practice for over a decade — specializing in Performance, Transition, and Relationships. As someone who himself has over eleven years in recovery, Corey understands the intricate dynamic of addiction, and the way to make a positive difference. He is a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF), and an active affiliate of Accomplishment Coaching, where he has trained other Coaches for the past six years. Through coaching, writing, and speaking, Corey has been able to educate, inspire, and empower others. He currently lives on Long Island with his wife and three young children.