Why I decided to intern at Face It TOGETHER
My name is Lauren Olson and I am Face It TOGETHER’s Evaluation Intern! I currently study clinical and counseling psychology at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO and have an innate passion for helping others.
Roman's story of addiction recovery in the military
Roman, Face It TOGETHER’s newest coach, is a father of three and lives in Colorado Springs, CO. He hopes he can impact others’ lives in the same way his mentors have.
Finding purpose and peace within addiction recovery
In Mary Ozanic’s search for serenity in her addiction recovery, she discovered a job that truly makes her happy. It was a similar search – one for peace and fortitude years within her recovery – that led her to Face It TOGETHER.
‘I needed someone I trusted. I found that in Terri’
More than anything, Amie Pixler needed a safe space to heal and grow.
Meet our new Community Liaison
As Community Liaison, Yvonne serves as the point of contact for our FIT @ Work partners in Colorado Springs.
Celebrating our members, coaches and addiction recovery
September, National Recovery Month, is an opportunity to celebrate wellness and the paths that bring people there.
Two legacies of innovation and compassion
This week we say goodbye to two employees who have made an undeniable difference in the work and history of Face It TOGETHER.
Trauma, healing and recovery: The power of relationships
With coaching, trauma therapy and journaling, Roule utilizes a range of tools to further her recovery.
‘Trust is everything in a workplace’
In our latest FIT @ Work webinar, peer coach Joe Tlustos was joined by Romicha Cooper, Human Resources Director of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce.
Clarity, relief: One mother’s coaching experience
Like many loved ones, Yvettee said she had internalized a lot when it came to her son’s addiction. She used to feel like she was walking on eggshells, unsure of how to help but desperately wanting to.
Why ‘alcoholic’ is a misleading label: Jeff’s story
Jeff Brecht almost always knew he had an unhealthy relationship with alcohol. But because his drinking didn’t line up with his idea of a “typical alcoholic,” he didn’t know what to think.