Meet the Dedicated Staff of Narconon Suncoast
The staff of Narconon Suncoast are a highly dedicated group of individuals who have one goal in mind: to help addicts escape from the grips of addiction and become drug free, for good. The staff group is comprised of a world-class medical team, state-certified addiction professionals, holistic practitioners, certified nursing assistants, as well as other individuals with a wide range of specialties.
As one of the premier centers, Narconon Suncoast believes in providing the highest quality of care possible to those we serve.
Dr. Brent Agin, MD
Narconon Suncoast’s Medical Director, Dr. Brent Agin, has a focus on wellness, specializing in traditional allopathic health care, drug addiction counseling and detoxification, as well as alternative methods of treating and preventing disease. Dr. Agin is a graduate of the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine.
Mike Hoy, CAP, ICADC
James “Mike” Hoy is a Certified Addiction Professional in the State of Florida and an Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. He has worked in the field of addiction for over forty years and is passionate about helping people recover and rehabilitate. He is a graduate of Rutgers University. Mike has been on staff at Narconon Suncoast since 2015
Head of Nursing Staff
Margaret “Peggy” Cote, RN
Peggy is the head of the nursing staff and has been a Registered Nurse for over 40 years, focusing on medical/surgical care, ICU, and CCU. Later in her career, she developed a passion for holistic/naturopathic health care and opened practices in Boston, MA and Clearwater, FL. Now residing in Clearwater full-time, she has the purpose of helping those addicted to drugs and assisting in their rehabilitation toward a drug-free life.
Janie Wallace, R.N.
Janie has a Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree from St Louis University. She has over 30 years experience in surgery, ICU, CCU, Case Management Home Health and drug rehab.
Director of Community Outreach
Jason Good, BA
Jason has a Bachelors of the Arts degree from the University of Massachusetts in Behavioral Health. Having been an addict himself, Jason is passionate about helping those recover from the hopelessness of drug abuse. Jason is the Director of Public Outreach and is also a blogger, activist, and self-proclaimed fighter of the drug epidemic.
Drug Detection Dog
Shooter is a specially trained drug detection dog who is responsible for keeping our facility safe. He is able to sniff out multiple different substances to ensure our campus stays drug free and nothing gets brought in that could put anyone in danger. Shooter checks all incoming mail, suitcases, and does daily rounds around the campus.