Helping individuals apply what they have learned in a residential facility to everyday life and striving everyday to be their last treatment experience.
Ben entered recovery in 1998 after relapsing for several years. Not wanting to continue in the construction trades, he went to school and earned his Master’s of Science. Ben has a passion for recovery and institutes recovery principles in all his affairs, including Oregon Trail Recovery. Ben has worked in methadone, residential, outpatient, and was Director of Chemical Dependency at a 78 bed psychiatric hospital where he oversaw a 22 bed unit. Ben has been conducting interventions the last ten years and is passionate about helping people get and stay clean and sober.More
Jennifer’s addiction to drugs and alcohol started in high school. Without her personal experience with addiction, she would not be where she is today with over 15 years sober. As the COO of Oregon Trail Recovery, Jennifer and her husband Ben turned their dream of helping others get sober into a reality. Jennifer not only brings personal experience with addiction to the table, but she has worked very hard to achieve many nationally recognized certifications. Jennifer is a Certified ARISE Interventionist (CAI), Certified Intervention Professional (CIP), Board Registered Interventionist (BRI II), Certified Trauma Professional (CTP) and a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC I). Her scope of practice is useful in all stages of recovery, helping those she works with get sober and STAY sober.More
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