About CarePossible

CarePossible’s mission is to provide free mental health and addiction care to veterans and low income families.

Our Vision

The vision of CarePossible is to make mental health and addiction care possible for veterans, military families, and low-income families. Our desire is to save lives and save families by offering free, professional care to those in need. Addiction, suicide, PTSD and overdose rates are incredibly high. Our mission is to reduce these numbers by making care possible for anyone in need but lacking resources.

Our Method

With the goal of providing professional behavioral health solutions to veterans and families in need of care, we raise funds through grants, donations, golf tournaments, and community events. We also recruit behavioral health treatment scholarships from respected organizations and distribute the scholarships when veterans apply for assistance. To date we have distributed over $3,000,000 in mental health and addiction treatment scholarships to veterans in crisis.

Additionally, we partner with numerous community organizations to further our mission, and we put on community awareness and educational events regarding veterans issues and mental health and addiction issues in order to educate the general public and help fight stigma, suicide and overdose.

Randy Moraitis


Randy Moraitis founded CarePossible in 2013 after years of working in the mental health and addiction arena and observing how so many people, desperate for help, were unable to receive help simply due to a lack of funds. Randy’s vision is to make mental health and addiction care possible for anyone who is ready and willing for support.

As part of a military family Randy is very passionate about supporting the needs of veterans and military family members. Randy’s belief is that because our veterans and their families sacrifice so much for us, they deserve the very best of care when they are in need.

Randy was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award, voted on by his peers, for his body of work in the mental health and addiction field. In addition to serving as the President of CarePossible, Randy is also the pastor of the nationally acclaimed Lifelines Recovery Program at The Crossing Church which has over 400 attendees each week. Previously, Randy served as Executive Pastor at The Crossing Church, as a pastor and operations manager at Mariners Church, and as a longtime business owner in Laguna Niguel, CA.

Randy holds a master’s degree, is a Certified Intervention Professional, is a Board Certified Pastoral Counselor, and has earned numerous counseling and coaching certifications. To learn more about Randy visit www.randymoraitis.com.

Advisory Board

Mark Russell
Mark Russell
Mark Russell is an Executive in the Title Insurance Industry and resides in Dana Point, California with his wife of almost 30 years, Rhonda, and their Jack Russell Terrier, Willie. Together, he and his wife have two sons. Zac and Jackson are graduates of The University of Arizona. Mark’s passions include surfing, golf, live music and traveling with his family and friends.
Paul Alexander
Paul Alexander
Paul Alexander is the Founder, President and COO of Northbound Treatment Services in Newport Beach, CA. Paul holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology, Law and Society, summa cum laude, from the School of Social Ecology at University of California, Irvine, and a Juris Doctorate degree from Loyola Law School of Los Angeles. Paul lives in Orange County with his wife and their young son, Noah.
Michael Webb
Michael Webb
Michael Webb is a licensed Marriage & Family therapist and founder of Webb Counseling in Newport Beach. For over 25 years Michael has been helping people achieve better lives and better relationships through his professional counseling services, expert online information and speaking engagements. Recognized as a leader in the field of Marriage & Family Therapy, he was appointed by the governor of California to serve a term on his licensing board (Board of Behavioral Science Examiners) for a term.
David Christopher Sanfilippo
David Christopher Sanfilippo
Since 1978, David has been the Director of Disabled Student Services at California State University, Long Beach. He is the chief oversight of program components including Stephen Benson Program for Students with Learning Disabilities, Accessible Instructional Material (AIM) Center for Disabled Students, and Work Ability IV Program, and LIFE Project – for students on the Autism Spectrum.

Since 1983 he has provided workshops that deal with the spirit, as well as the letter of the law. He also provides general disability awareness workshops that deal with employment, hiring, work site assessment and general knowledge of individuals with disabilities.

Warren Taff, MD, MPH
Warren Taff, MD, MPH
Dr. Taff is a Board Certified Psychiatrist who is the highest level expert on addiction and mental health issues. Dr. Taff completed his residency at USC/LA County Hospital and later served as a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at USC.

Dr. Taff has a distinguished career both in private practice and as the medical director of numerous mental health and addiction treatment centers including College Hospital, Sober Living By The Sea, Western Behavioral Systems, and more. In addition to his medical degree, Dr. Taff also holds a Masters in Public Health from UCLA.

Mark Thieme, MBA, LSSGB
Mark Thieme, MBA, LSSGB
Mark is a Marine Corps infantry Colonel whose thirty-two year military career spans the full-range of combat and non-combat operations across four continents. He has served in senior and executive military leadership and advisory positions regarding matters of national security, strategic analysis, and complex problem sets and operational planning.
Roland Beverly, MD
Roland Beverly, MD
Dr. Beverly is a double Board Certified physician (dermatology and internal medicine) in private practice in Aliso Viejo, CA. Dr. Beverly is a graduate of Temple University School of Medicine (with honors!) and completed residencies at Temple University Hospital and the University of Pennsylvania. He is a Diplomate of both the American Academy of Dermatology and the American Academy of Internal Medicine. Dr. Beverly is also a Fellow of both the American Society of MOHS Surgery and the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery.

Dr. Beverly has a long history of community service including a total of eight medical mission trips to Cambodia, Pakistan, and Cuba where he provided free medical care to numerous individuals in need. Dr. Beverly also serves on the Boards of Foothill Family Church and Teen Challenge of Southern California.

Dr. Beverly is very passionate about CarePossible’s mission to provide free mental health and addiction care to veterans, first responders, and low income individuals and looks forward to providing leadership and wisdom to our organization.


CarePossible was named “Best of Mental Health” by the USC Graduate School of Social Work! CarePossible was honored with the 2017 Henry and Susan Samueli Foundation “Big Heart Award” for our work providing mental health care to veterans and low income families. The Samueli Foundation had their own team of professionals research Orange County charities, and CarePossible was chosen based on their findings. We are so grateful that the Samueli Foundation values our work and mission!

CarePossible was nominated for California Nonprofit of the Year for 2021! Thank you to all of our staff, volunteers, and supporters for making this possible!

Need Help?

Do you or someone you know need mental heath or addiction services? Please contact us below for more information on how we can help those in need.

Phone: 949.303.8264