We take pride in our team and the work they do; each member of our team has a passion for recovery and genuinely care about our clients. We have over 20 service professionals and office staff available to make the recovery journey as successful as possible. Our team’s 149 combined years of experience and professional accreditation’s allow us to provide more services than traditional treatment centers.
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We are hiring!!
Our team is constantly looking for quality clinicians to help us change the lives of our clients. Click the links below to see our team vacancies.
Come join our family!
Elizabeth "Dawn" Martin
Owner, Member Manager | CAS
Since 2011, my staff and I have facilitated the recovery and maintenance of over 5,000 clients. We recently purchased a new facility in Colorado Springs, and are excited to have all our services under one roof. I empower my staff to take on roles that fit their strengths and career ambitions, most of my staff take responsibility to develop and manage their own specialty area or programs.
Our strength is in our team, and I try to give every team member the opportunity to add value to their career in their own unique way. The sky is the limit here, we are constantly building new programs and seeking grant funding to support our capabilities and service offerings for our clients.
We are seeking compassionate and dedicated substance abuse counselors to help provide direction and support for our clients. In this role you will be responsible for developing treatment plans and identifying behaviors that impede rehabilitation. You may also be required to facilitate individual and group therapy sessions.
Clinical Director | LPC LAC
I enjoy helping clients heal and being able to provide a safe space to express themselves and feel validated without judgement. I want to help people and make a difference in my community; I want to help ease the emotional burdens and empower others and guide them through dark times.
Senior Administrator, Billing Coordinator
Recovery Unlimited has a great atmosphere and I enjoy working with people who really care. I started this work because I wanted to help others find that there is hope to change their lives no matter how bad it has been in the past.
Senior Administrative Assistant
It is a privilege and a blessing that I am currently in a position where I can help people change their lives. The best part of my job is seeing individuals progress over their treatment and successfully take back their lives from addiction.
Human Resources, DUI Coordinator, CAS
I have worked at Recovery Unlimited for the last three years. I work in this field because I just want to help people. I love to see the ah-ha moment come across a client’s face and know they have have just changed their life.
Hot mess to success! I began my recovery journey here at Recovery Unlimited. With those that cared and understood that this is a process. From here I learned I had a purpose in life to cheer others on in their recovery. I care because you matter!!!
I love the people I work with at Recovery Unlimited and the clients I get to talk to every day. I seek to inspire and create change, to step alongside clients in their journey and to have a variety in my work life.
I have always had a passion for helping individuals and wanting them to succeed in life. I believe that the ability to heal and growth lies within everyone. As a counseling Intern I’m grateful for the chance to be a “sponge” at Recovery Unlimited.
I have always had a particular interest in working with clients involved with the criminal justice system. It is a misunderstood population, but I love the people I get to work with because of who they are, what they can teach others, and how beautiful each individual is. Getting to witness the changes that someone can make in their life is truly an honor. Being a small part of that journey means the world to me.
I enjoy having the opportunity to meet new people from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences. This work is important and extremely challenging, which is why I enjoy what I do.
I entered the mental health field to share hope and healing with others that are on their own personal path to wholeness. I am honored with the opportunity to come along side people as they navigate through this journey called life. I get to provide encouragement, resources, education, and compassionate accountability to guide them in overcoming obstacles which are preventing them from enjoying the fullness of life.
I have been in this field for 7 years; I like to believe that transformation is possible and I see it happen every day. I am motivated to help the family system and the individual learn healthy means of dealing with mental health, substance abuse, and emotional difficulties.
It feels good knowing that your work makes a difference. I’m the type of person who’s up for an adventure and enjoys something new every day. In this field I’m working with people every day and no two people are truly identical. With counseling, I’m always growing and learning about both myself and others. Each day brings something different, and each client provides me with a new perspective. I get to witness transformative change and be a part of helping change lives.
I have been an intern at Recovery Unlimited since January 2022 and will complete my coursework from UCCS in May 2023. Before Recovery Unlimited, I worked as a music therapist for 4 years running groups in addiction recovery and with homeless populations, as well as working with kids and teens who have experienced the foster care system, adoption, or disruptions in their family system. My favorite part of being at Recovery Unlimited is being welcomed into client’s stories, hearing what they are willing to share, and getting to walk alongside them on their journey.
I enjoy Recovery Unlimited because of the people and doing this work is rewarding.
I have been in this field for 3 years now – Experiencing this role through various different work environments and opportunities. I came into this field to help motivate and empower others into finding their own autonomy, all while helping remove the stigma associated with addiction and mental health. I love being the little “push” people need to get back on track and realize there is a life worth living outside the barriers of addiction.
Debra Lucas Frailing
I have found my niche in assisting those with mental health and addictions find hope!