Bringing addiction wellness to the workplace
As Service Delivery Manager, Zenisha’s focus is on ensuring customer success, managing the program roll-out and building relationships with employers.
Health, happiness and authenticity: A Q&A
We talk to our partners at LRXD, a health and happiness advertising agency, about the marketing campaign in Denver, our partnership and their creative process.
Hope is the thing with feathers
Erin Burman, an intern through the CDC’s MCHC RISE-UP program, sent an online survey to former clients to better understand their experiences at Face It TOGETHER.
Meet our summer intern
Erin Burman is from Knoxville, TN and recently graduated from Rhodes College. She'll use RCI data and other resources to learn about addiction in Sioux Falls.
RCI validated as effective measurement tool
Face It TOGETHER's Recovery Capital Index was externally validated as an effective instrument to measure addiction wellness.
'I like it here because you can be you'
Rachel Herlyn started as a member at Face It TOGETHER. Now as a coach, she helps others find their way to wellness.
Peer coaching: A profound connection
Rachel Cooke, a Sioux Falls coaching client, first heard of Face It TOGETHER while she was in outpatient treatment. She describes her client experience as meaningful, comfortable and professional.
Helping clients through validation and respect
A volunteer since 2016, Dean Preuss is all about validating, building trust and connecting with his clients.
The power of peer coaching
Terri Brown answers questions about her coaching process and how she works with clients.
Running toward recovery
A running group is trying to change how the Bismarck-Mandan community sees addiction and how people suffering from the disease see themselves.
The importance of connection
Connection with others is so important for everyone, but especially for those supporting a loved one through recovery from the disease of addiction to alcohol or drugs. Staying connected allows us as parents, siblings, spouses and friends to seek our own recovery and be empowered to effect change in our lives.