Meet our Team

Justin McCue

Co-Founder & Operator

Justin has been working in Behavioral Mental Health for over 10 years. Justin has an undergraduate degree in Business Management from Green Mountain College and a Masters in Business Administration from Lenoir Rhyne University. In addition, Justin also holds a CRRA (Certified Recovery Residence Administrator) in the state of Florida.

Justin was born in New York and raised in New Jersey. He began struggling with substances at an early age and it continued to get progressively worse into his late teens and early twenties. After multiple failed attempts at getting sober Justin found himself in a transitional program that not only addressed his SUD, but his failure to launch as well. Justin was able to see that recovery could be fun and that by staying sober he was able become a self-sustaining self-sufficient adult.

Zachary Miller

Co-Founder & Operator

Zach Miller is the Co-Founder of Palm Coast Transitions. Zach has been working in Behavioral Mental Health for over 10 years and specifically in the Sober Living area for 9 years. Zach has a Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Wake Forest University, he has an MCAP (Master Clinical Addiction Professional), and is a CRRA (Certified Recovery Residence Administrator). Zach is originally from Sanford, NC. He struggled with substance abuse as an adolescent and enlisted in the US Coast Guard at 17 years old with a GED. As with most, his behavior followed him to each new place he went. Zach ended up in Asheville NC in 2009 at a Therapeutic Community. One more relapse and he found himself in a Sober Living that changed everything. The idea that the entire point of early recovery is to find purpose and a supportive community as the keystone to long term recovery was embedded in his mind. Zach ended up being a Co-Owner of the Sober Living that he got sober at and started his long journey from a Community College to his Masters Degree.

Favorite Quote “Show me your five closest friends and I will show you your future”

Jennie Bosco

New Wave Residence Owner

Jennie was born in New York and grew up in Westchester County. She played sports alongside her brothers until she started High School. Jennie’s use of drugs and alcohol began in the summer leading to her start of High School and progressed rapidly. With the support of her family, Jennie attended a wilderness program in Utah as well as an intensive outpatient recovery program in Asheville, NC. Her experience thus far in her recovery has driven her to continue succeeding in her newfound, clean, and sober life. She regularly attends recovery meetings, has a strong network, and continues to help multiple individuals on their path in recovery. With her passion for helping others, her kind and caring personality, and multiple years of experience in her own recovery and working in the recovery field, Jennie only wants to see other women succeed. Jennie’s experience and industry knowledge pushed her to open her own women's sober living, New Wave Recovery, to help women achieve long-term sobriety and gain their independence back, all while learning to have fun sober.

Tyler Creasemen

Men's Program Director

Tyler is originally from Memphis, Tennessee and has been part of the Palm Coast Transitions team for a little over 6 months, his goal is to get to know every client that comes through the door. For over eight years, Tyler found himself struggling to find recovery, on November 14th, 2019 he surrendered and was determined to do whatever it took to stay sober. Tyler’s passion for helping others landed him in a House Manager position at a program in Asheville, North Carolina where he met the Founders of Palm Coast Transitions. When approached with the opportunity to move to Palm Coast, he jumped on it and his life continues to grow exponentially. He enjoys coordinating the weekend activities to help show our clients how to have fun in recovery. Tyler shows the clients how to balance their recovery, work and education while having a good time. It is important to him that the clients find true happiness to build a sustainable life in recovery.

Alfred Nikolai

Program Assistant

Growing up in NY, Alfred spent almost 15 years struggling with his alcoholism and addiction. Every time he attempted to stop, he was never able to achieve any length of sobriety, he had given up any hope of having a good life. Palm Coast Transitions showed Alfred that he could have a beautiful life and he was able to tap into a light inside of himself that he had never known before. They immediately plugged him in to a solution-based recovery community where he found his tribe of people, he finally felt connected. The team at Palm Coast Transitions put Alfred into their “Tuck”, as they like to say, guided him every step of the way to a new life worth living. His favorite part of working at Palm Coast Transitions is watching the light come on as people progress through the program. Alfred is passionate about showing others that they are not alone, making them feel welcome and being an example of hope.

Hunter Moye

Program Assistant

Hunter is originally from a small town in North Carolina called Cherryville. He was a very active athlete and excelled in school, even with this strong foundation he found himself in the grips of an addiction that led to a life of homelessness. He was introduced to a twelve-step program while homeless on the streets of Yonkers, New York. A seed of hope was planted during the first meeting he attended; Hunter found hope in knowing that there was a different life available to him when he was ready. After exhausting all options, going in and out of every detox and sober living he was given one last chance. Hunter currently has 11 months of sobriety and is grateful to have the opportunity to share his experience with the men in the program. He believes that Palm Coast Transitions gives young men a second chance at life and it has become his passion to help others grow. Recovery has given Hunter a meaningful life that includes the ability to be self-supporting and the opportunity to have open communication with his family. Hunter knows that if he can build a life in recovery, anyone can if they are willing.