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P2P Recovery Resources | A Colorado Medicaid Provider

A genuine, internal belief.

P2P was created to authentically engage with members of our community, welcoming its diversity and being mindful of our opportunity to reduce disparities, to disassemble racial inequity, and recognize the experiences of so many living with trauma.

We don’t believe that us versus them applies to healing. We want to understand where we can contribute starting with an individual and ultimately unifying many individuals in our community.

The work by these humans

Bruce Edmonstone

executive director

Shane Butler

CPFS, RCP, CAT – peer coach director

Cynthia Hounshell

MS, LAC- clinical director

Nadia Walker

community partnership director/peer development

Larry Wall Jr.

MBA, MS, LAC, LPCC, BACC, ICGC-II, ICADC, SAP, CSAT, clinical director

Dr Charles Shuman

MD, FASM- psychiatric and MAT provider

Stephanie Tennyson

RC- intake coordinator

Preston Davis

case manager

Sue Perez

credentialing and billing lead

Cheryl Aragon

billing specialist

Become a Coach

A P2P recovery coach assists our clients with the day-to-day challenges of recovery by facilitating relationships and serving as a link between the agency, clinical providers, natural supports, other service providers, and the community.

Our coaches meet with a recoveree and support an individual’s desire to focus on specific goals. The recovery plan is recoveree-centered and supports a path to recovery.

P2P is currently looking for part-time and full-time peer recovery coaches to partner with P2P in the Denver Metro area. Complete our questionnaire by clicking here.

Learn More Below

The Colorado Providers Association (COPA) website has the most comprehensive list of entities that offer certification curriculum training as well as the criteria to become a Certified Peer & Family Specialists (CPFS).

Training costs vary by provider, please reference the COPA link above. Commonly there are scholarships available that will cover some costs.

Yes, we encourage those with lived experience to apply, previous justice involvement included.

Yes, all of our coaches need to have their own transportation and a valid driver’s license and insurance.

No, P2P has varied community partners from which we draw referrals and new coached are assigned P2P clients.

Lived experience is part of being a coach and field experience is preferred but not necessary.

Lived experience or indirect experience supporting family members with substance misuse is preferred.

Yes, with the understanding that you meet the needs of the recoverees you work with.