Tom Majewski – Caroline County Community Recovery Program Director

Tom Majewski - Caroline County Community Recovery Program

Tom Majewski – Director

Tom has 45 years sobriety and has been committed to helping other alcoholics throughout the entire period.  After completing the Alcoholic Treatment Program at Caron Foundation in Wernersville PA, he was Manager of the Sobriety halfway house in Pittsburgh PA.  From there he joined the staff of Serenity Farms, a recovery center in Hickory PA as an Addiction Psychologist Intern.  During his time there he worked with St. Francis Medical Center, Mayview Psychiatric Center, and Gateway Rehabilitation Center, all in Pittsburgh, PA.  He relocated to Virginia to help establish a family-operated riding stable and horse-breeding farm.  Subsequently he married, has two children, and completed a successful career as a Systems Engineer for the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps.  He continued work within the AA Treatment Service Structure in Northern Virginia and then relocated to Fredericksburg VA where he has been instrumental in the workings of AA District 30 Treatment Committees.  He was asked to help at the Caroline Recovery Center in Bowling Green, VA and completed Peer Recovery Coach training at The McShin Foundation, Richmond December 2016.  He is an avid horseman and artist and remains active in both areas.

Laney Walton – Caroline County Community Recovery Program Women’s Program Director


Laney Walton – Women’s Program Director

Laney Walton comes from a military family and spent her formative years in Northern Virginia. As a premier athlete in collegiate gymnastics she won a full scholarship to Clarion University in Pennslvania and achieved a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education.

In 2010, she received her certification as a paralegal and notary public and began working for a well-respected law firm in Fredericksburg, Virginia. In 2013, Laney began work as a Case Manager for the Fredericksburg area Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), where she managed case workers and generated mandated reports on at-risk children within the court system.

Laney is the owner/operator of a small business (Divine Yoga Studio) and regularly works with people of all stripes in managing their life challenges and overall wellness. She has been an advocate of women’s wellness since getting sober herself in 2004, and has attended, hosted, led, and spoken at many study groups, conferences and women’s retreats. Laney is a certified Peer Recovery Specialist (PSR) and is currently the Women’s Program Director at Caroline Recovery Center in Bowling Green, VA.


Amy Lintz 

Amy Lintz - Associate Director Caroline County Recovery Program

Amy Lintz – Program Coordinator

Amy Lintz grew up in western Pennsylvania. Upon graduating high school, she met and married her husband, becoming the spouse of a US Army officer. She has lead and organized the family readiness group (FRG) for the spouses of over 130 Soldiers. Throughout many years of multiple military moves around the United States, including deployments, she maintained the household, managed the finances, held down full-time employment, served as the point of contact and default leader for the unit spouses. She not only raised and cared for her children, but also mentored many other children in the community. Along the way, Amy helped her fellow spouses become well versed in the effects and treatment of PTSD. Amy also serves as a volunteer with the Armed Forces Hostess Association located in the Pentagon, helping military families in transition as they move to the greater Washington, DC area. Amy moved to Virginia in 2010, where she joined GEICO Insurance Agency as a licensed customer service agent. She holds a position with the VA Health Administration as a Primary Family Caregiver. In October of 2014, she became involved in her own recovery, and has been an active member of AA. Attending, leading, speaking and volunteering throughout the Fredericksburg VA area. In 2017, she deepened her recovery by volunteering and working at The McShin Foundation, Caroline Recovery Center in Bowling Green VA.