Meet The Coaches
I am a Colorado native who was raised in the Washington Park neighborhood. I have been in Recovery for 20 years and working in the Recovery Field for 10 years. I spent the five years working in Detox with Arapahoe House and then with the Community Reach Center. I have worked with people coming from the Department Of Corrections with a
Re-entry Program. As a Recovery Coach I am fortunate enough to be able to share my experience with the people I work with and offer them hope for a better future through a mutually beneficial relationship in recovery. I am currently living in Windsor Co with my wife of 5 years and an 11 year daughter. Everyday is A New Chance For A Better Life.
Lexi Snow is a National Certified Recovery Support Specialist and has a passion for what she does. Growing up with mental health issues and learning disabilities she has always wanted to help others who struggle. Lexi struggled with drugs and alcohol on and off for 24 years. She participated in many forms of recovery along her journey including but not limited to, Therapy, in patient treatment, outpatient treatment and a twelve step program.
She has her Bachelors of Science and Human Services and her Masters in Psychology and Crisis Management. She is a highly dependable and self-motivated team player, with solid leadership skills. Lexi has experience in treatment and detention working effectively in high-pressure situations. She has a solid record of success with crisis management and de-escalation techniques within diverse environments. Lexi demonstrated strength in: developing action plans for short and long term goal setting, crisis intervention techniques to use in conflict resolution and has experience and training in cultural diversity. She has excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Lexi believes recovery works best if she is willing to share her experience and journey with others. In the process of working an honest program she has seen miracles in her life and the lives of the people around her. She wants to share her experience of that to give hope to those still suffering in Alcoholism, Addiction or mental health issues.
She enjoys spending time with her family and her dogs. She loves music and loves to sing and dance like none is watching. She loves to be outside in any weather. She learned how to ride a bike and roller skate in recovery and loves it. She also enjoys camping and long hikes.
Clayton "Coach" Cole
Clayton is a Nationally Certified Peer Recovery Coach. Clayton has been living a recovery lifestyle since January 2013. As a convicted felon, with a couple of DUI’s he knows the struggles that come with making steps forward to repair the wreckage of one’s past.
Donna Norton is a National Certified Peer Support Specialist, Certified Moral Reconation Facilitator,NAADAC member
Donna is a woman in long term recovery, she brings extensive lived experience and understanding to helping those in active addiction,navigating the judicial system and recovery.
Donna believes there are many pathways to recovery and wellness, and is proud to be a part of the Hornbuckle Foundation Team. Donna often states and believes " The opposite if addiction is connection", and works to form that connection with clients, feeling that when one hand reaches out for help, Donna's purpose in life is to be the hand that reaches back. " I believe with my life experience, I have gained expertise in empowering others by reducing stigmas and providing support through advocacy; HOPE is my greatest message.'
Donna's true love is her Harley, English bulldog "Stella,' and has been riding motorcycles since the age of 10.she also is a proud advocate of blasting Johnny Cash and wearing converse
Ashley Jack is a badass!
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CCAR/Peer & Family Support Specialist
Colorado Native, Lari has called Larimer County home for over 30 years. Lari discovered her passion for supporting others in recovery while she was in residential treatment for alcohol. It was there that she set her goals to become an advocate and resource to her peer’s seeking recovery and wellness. She has been pursuing that goal ever since. Before coming to Hornbuckle Foundation, Lari honed her skills primarily serving marginalized populations, and those involved in the criminal justice system. Lari is a compassionate and dedicated Recovery Coach who has a reputation of genuinely caring about people and treating them with the dignity and respect they deserve.
Lari’s passions for being a Recovery Coach are evidenced by her natural ability to connect with people and help them find their freedom from substances. Some of Lari’s strengths include advocating for access, fair treatment and services with detox/treatment providers, the judicial system, emergency departments, and by thinking out of the box to find resources to support those she serves.
Lari is a CCAR Certified Recovery Coach, and Peer and Family Support Specialist. She has been pursuing a life of wellness and recovery since 2017.
Favorite Quote: “If you want something you’ve never had, you MUST do something you’ve never done”.
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