ARCHway Staff, Colton BakerColton Baker is a person in long-term recovery and a Certified Peer Specialist at ARCHway Institute. He is also the Lead EPICC Recovery Coach with Comtrea, where he helps connect those with opioid use disorders to treatment. He is an executive team member of MO-PROS, a local peer advocacy coalition, and he does community education with PreventED.

In these roles, Colton works to diminish the stigma and bridge the gaps in care for those struggling with substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders. He does this through communication with a variety of stakeholders and by developing and providing access to resources.

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