Tanner is a 3 time Northpoint graduate and an Ashwood alumnus. Tanner grew up moving around and eventually ended up in Boise. Believing he was born an addict, Tanner's story starts young and fortunately ends younger than most. Tanner is an active member in his local communities and works an incredible program. Join us to hear his miracle of recovery.
Amy Houser is a Utilization review specialist for Northpoint Recovery with an impressively diverse resume. Amy has worked as a case worker at an Idaho prison, a crisis counselor at a local university and even ran her own Medicaid clinic. Amy joins us today to lend her experienced perspective on the current state of co-occurring disorders and their treatment in the addiction treatment industry.
Julia Holmes, the director of billing for Northpoint Recovery, has her own amazing journey of recovery. Julia tells No Way but North how her formative years, discovering alcohol at an early age, and her college career along with relationships lent themselves to her alcoholism. Most importantly however Julia explores how she found happiness, sobriety and herself in recovery.
In this episode, we are joined by Tom, Northpoint Recovery's utilization review specialist, to discuss how to free yourself from shame and guilt. "Unlike guilt, which is the feeling of doing something wrong shame is the feeling of being something wrong." - Marilyn J. Sorensen
In this episode, we are joined by Bret, Northpoint Recovery's billing specialist and alumna, to discuss optimism and hope during recovery. In her powerful quote: "Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence." - Helen Keller
We are joined today by the president, COO, and founder of Northpoint Recovery. Please listen to his powerful story that led him to him to a life of saving others. In this episode, we understand that the willingness to change makes all the difference in an addict's life.
In this episode of No Way But North, we are joined by Janice Fulkerson, Northpoint Recovery's Director of Community Relations, to discuss the influence of mentorship in children and young adolescence lives. In her powerful quote: "Every child is one adult away from being successful," we truly understand Fulkerson's belief, background, and purpose in mentorship.