Advocates of HOPE

Your planned gift supports ARCHway’s Advocates for HOPE program. These are ARCHway individuals thriving in recovery and caregivers affected by addiction who offer conversations to individuals and families who don’t know where to turn.

We provide emotional support, information, and advocacy for individuals and families regarding options for treatment, recovery housing, or other recovery resources. These service are provided at NO CHARGE to the family or individual and are only made possible through the generous financial support of our followers & supporters.

The Advocates for HOPE interaction is delivered by an individual with lived experience, making a connection to an individual in need.  The individual in need could be a person with a substance use disorder or the caregiver of that person. Ongoing services such as peer recovery coaching, counseling, recovery housing, treatment  or medical services are not part of the ARCHway Advocates For HOPE program.

You can help ensure these services can continue for years to come.


Jordan Hampton, ARCHway Advocate

Jordan Hampton

Peer Support Specialist

Emily Jung, ARCHway Board member, PEER specialist

Emily Jung

Peer Support Specialist

Colton Baker, ARCHway Board member, PEER specialist

Colton Baker

Peer Support Specialist

Mark Shields, ARCHway CEO/COO, Counselor

Mark Shields

CEO/COO & Counselor

Dr. Fred Rottnek, ARCHway Board & MD

Fred Rottnek MD

Board & MD

Donna Whitely, ARCHway Board & Counselor

Donna Whiteley

Board & Counselor

Lisa Callahan, ARCHway Board & Counselor

Dr. Lisa Callahan

Board & Resource Services

Jim Wallis, Board & Treatment

Jim Wallace

Board & Treatment

Jan Stuckey, ARCHway Secretary & Caregiver

Jan Stuckey

Secretary & Caregiver

Dan Stuckey, ARCHway Board & Caregiver

Dan Stuckey

Board & Caregiver

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