Heartview Foundation has approximately 160 full-time and part-time employees. Licensed Addiction Counselors, physicians, psychologists, nurse practitioners, RNs, LPNs, case managers, and social workers may be involved in your care.
Together, we will work with you and your loved ones to help you build a new, substance-free life.
Kurt A. Snyder, MMGT, LSW, LAC
Snyder has been the executive director at Heartview Foundation since January 2005. In addition to holding a master’s in management, Snyder is also a Licensed Social Worker and a Licensed Addiction Counselor. Snyder works under the Board of Directors in providing financial, clinical, personnel, and technical oversight for Heartview. He is active in many addiction-related state and national organizations, bringing cutting-edge knowledge to Heartview.
Melissa J. Henke, MD
Dr. Henke, Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine, provides ongoing care to Heartview patients and medical oversight to the Medications for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD/MAT) program. She also participates in interdisciplinary case review, develops and oversees patient medical protocols, reviews nursing assessments for appropriate withdrawal management and confers with the interdisciplinary team regarding patient care management. Dr. Henke serves on the Governor’s Counsel for Recovery Reinvented and as the medical director of the North Dakota Professional Health Program.
Jessica Brewster, MS, LMAC
Chief Operating Officer, Bismarck
Promoted to chief operating officer in March 2021, Brewster is responsible for the clinical programs and overall operations of Heartview’s Bismarck locations, including the residential treatment, Opioid Treatment Program (OTP) and outpatient treatment facilities. She was hired at Heartview as the OTP director in July 2019 with experience in the addiction and mental health fields from positions held at the Department of Human Services and the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Brewster received her undergraduate and graduate degrees in addiction counseling from the University of Mary and became a Licensed Master Addiction Counselor in January 2010.
Karalee Harper, MMgt, LAC
Chief Compliance Officer
Harper completed her Bachelor of Science in addiction counseling and master's in management from the University of Mary. Harper came to Heartview in 2018 with almost 20 years of experience in the addiction profession, including time as the chronic disease director at the ND Department of Health.
Ryan Messer, CPA
Chief Financial Officer
As chief financial officer, Messer oversees the financial activities of Heartview. Messer is a licensed CPA and Certified Healthcare Financial Professional, and his educational background includes a Bachelor of Accountancy from University of North Dakota. He also serves as a board member for ND Healthcare Financial Management Association.
Chief Operating Officer, Cando
Shari joined the team as Cando's business office manager in 2018 and was promoted to chief operating officer in 2021. She is responsible for the clinical programs and overall operations of Heartview’s Cando location. She came to Heartview with experience in business operations at Northern Plains Electric Cooperative and as a real estate broker with Century 21 Signature Real Estate.
Brittany Dvorak, LBSW
Chief Operating Officer, Dickinson
Dvorak was hired in 2023 to open the new Dickinson Heartview facility. Dvorak, a long-time Dickinson resident, comes to Heartview with almost a decade of experience in the human service field, most recently as residential director for the Badlands Human Service Center. She is a licensed social worker with experience in direct patient care, administrative duties and managing a team.
Bullinger is Heartview's longest-serving employee, beginning her career at Heartview in 1967 as a medical secretary. As executive assistant she completes a broad variety of administrative tasks for executive leadership staff, including the handling of strictly confidential information such as personnel files.
Residential Manager, 23rd St Bismarck
Foley was a patient at Heartview in August 2013. After two years in recovery, he joined Heartview as a residential tech. Enjoying sharing his experiences and helping other individuals with their addiction, he became a residential manager in March 2017. Foley has a business management degree and is a board member for Aid, Inc., and treasurer for Rule 62.
Jennifer Goldade, LAC
Director of Outpatient and Evaluation Services
Goldade came to Heartview in 2021 with sixteen years of experience at the State of North Dakota, most recently at West Central Human Service Center, where she was the treatment coordinator for the adult drug/DUI court for South Central Judicial District Court and served as the supervisor and LCAC of the Intensive Community Based Services Team. In her current role she provides clients services while also supervising addiction trainees and a team of hard-working counselors.
Director of Communications and Public Affairs
Greuel graduated from Concordia College with a bachelor's degree in communications and psychology. Prior to joining Heartview in 2022, she worked with nonprofits, planned events, and directed public relations campaigns in her position as vice president of business development at Clearwater Communications.
Director of Admissions
Grunefelder became a nurse in 1990 and worked in several local clinics as a nurse, at Sanford as a clinical informatics specialist, and as director of business development for Vibra Hospital prior to coming to Heartview in 2019. She manages the intake and admissions departments, the departments which receive all calls requesting services and manage waiting lists for residential beds in both Bismarck and Cando.
Brianna Krause, LCAC
Director of Opioid Treatment Program
Krause is a Licensed Clinical Addiction Counselor with a bachelor’s of science in addiction counseling and psychology with a minor in criminal justice from the University of Mary. Prior to working at Heartview she was a counselor for nine years working at the North Dakota State Penitentiary. She is a registered clinical supervisor and oversees Heartview’s methadone program.
Crystal Messer, RN
Director of Nursing
Messer attended Medcenter One College of Nursing where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in nursing. She worked at Medcenter One/Sanford Hospital on a medical surgical floor where she gained experience with overdose, withdrawal, emotional and behavioral issues until starting at Heartview in 2013. Messer works closely with Dr. Henke regarding patient care and the Medications for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD) program.
Nicole Neibauer, MA/HRM, SHRM-CP
Director of Human Resources
Neibauer holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Mary, a master’s degree in human resources management from Concordia University St. Paul and is a Society of Human Resources Management Certified Professional. Neibauer works to create an organization built in the foundation of ethics, trust, and a positive culture to serve both employees and clients of Heartview.
Director of Revenue Cycle
Olson came to Heartview with twenty years of experience at a major insurance company and an associates degree in legal administration from Bismarck State College. As director of revenue cycle she oversees four departments: billing, utilization review, enrollment, and front desk reception. From the time of checking in for a first appointment, these teams walk patients through insurance options, advocate for patient needs and help enroll patients in Medicaid and state programs.
Layn Sabot, LPCC, LMAC
Director of Day Treatment/Mental Health Services
Sabot has a bachelor’s degree in addiction studies and a master’s degree in counseling and is trained in EMDR. She is a certified tobacco treatment specialist and is a board member of the Bismarck Tobacco Free Coalition.
Grant Lannoye, MD
Medical Director - Cando
Herminia (Emmy) Hanson
Residential Manager- Cando
Brittany Silveria, RN
Nurse Manager - Cando
Silveria attended the Dakota Nursing Program through Lake Region State College to obtain her associates degree in nursing. She has a variety of nursing experience, including dialysis, pediatric home healthcare, medical-surgical nursing, and travel nursing.
Jennifer Spatola, LCAC
Director of Counseling - Cando
Spatola came to Heartview Cando in 2015 with experience from James River Correctional Center, Center for Solutions and Adapt. In her role, she supervises the counselors and coordinates admissions, outpatient services, evaluations, and speakers. She also provides clinical supervision for trainees and works with the EAGALA program.
Missy Herman, LCSW, LMAC
Clinical Director- Dickinson
Herman is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Licensed Master Addiction Counselor with 24 years of experience in the field of behavioral health and addiction care. She supervises the counseling staff in Dickinson, provides addiction and mental health therapy and assists with the Training Academy for Addiction Professionals (TAAP) recruitment and training.
Megan Hultz, MBA
Residential Manager- Dickinson
Hultz recently graduated with her master’s in business administration through Chadron State College. Prior to joining Heartview, she advocated for those with intellectual and physical disabilities and worked for the State of South Dakota as a lead economic benefit specialist. In her current role, Hultz ensures that Dickinson’s residential technicians have the tools and training needed to do their job.
Kristi Ridl, RN, LMAC
Director of Training- Dickinson
Ridl started her career with Heartview in August 2022. She started her career in nursing in 2012 as an LPN and graduated with her bachelor’s in psychology in 2013, received her RN degree in 2017, and her LMAC in May 2023. Ridl is a residential group counselor, and provides Nurse Aid, Medication Aid, and CPR/first aid training to staff.