We believe we can solve addiction, beginning in Sioux Falls.
We are here to help the 17,000 plus individuals in and around Sioux Falls who suffer from the disease of addiction find their way to getting well.
We’re changing virtually everything we think and do about the disease of alcohol and drug addiction right here in our community.
We come from varied backgrounds, some of us are survivors of addiction, some of us touched by the disease through friends and family. Our work is driven by passion and commitment to get sufferers well.
Our commitment is to world-class quality in everything we do. Those suffering from addiction deserve no less.
Lead Recovery Coach
An 18-year survivor of addiction, Terri manages and leads our peer recovery coach team. With her experience, she helps clients successfully navigate the process of getting well, including taking on the tough challenges and providing the support needed to live a healthy life in recovery.
Recovery Coach & Trainer
A longtime survivor of addiction, Dave trains our coaches and works firsthand with clients to help them find their paths to lifelong wellness. He created and leads planning for the annual "Solving Addiction on the Green" golf event and frequently shares his story in the community.
Operations & Recovery Coach
Teresa brings more than 25 years of experience in accounting, business and management to her role as operations manager. She also serves as a volunteer coach for loved ones.
Director of First Impressions
A 28-year survivor of addiction, Sue has a passion for helping others live healthy and positive lives in recovery. She's been part of our team for three years, starting as a telephone support volunteer and now, as an employee, serves as volunteer coordinator.
Rachel is a peer recovery coach. She has a background in medical office support, nursing and entrepreneurship. Having overcome a number of challenges, her passion is serving others and helping them understand that they're not alone.
Joe is committed to helping others find their way to wellness and get the most out of every day. He genuinely enjoys engaging with people, using his long history in radio broadcasting to listen to and support others.
Recovery Coach Volunteer
A committed volunteer and two year survivor of addiction, Becky recently completed training to become a peer recovery coach and is also a client. She is currently employed at Sanford Medical Center as an assistant supervisor and brings a wide variety of knowledge in many areas of life and recovery to her volunteer role. Becky recently volunteered to share her personal survivor story and was highlighted in the Face It TOGETHER Workplace Initiative video. She is excited to walk alongside individuals who are impacted by addiction.
Recovery Coach Volunteer
A young professional with a passion for learning and helping others, Kelsey began her volunteer experience with us in January 2017. Her goal is to impact in a positive way as many lives as possible. She is committed to pushing herself and others towards wellness and recovery.
Office Support Volunteer
Andy is a theatrical artist who takes pride in helping others and is committed to making a difference in people's lives.
Volunteer Recovery Coach
Greg is an addiction survivor working to help others find their paths to good health so they can appreciate life's special blessings.