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Our vision is to help foster a world committed to eradicating the stigma of addiction.

 

  • Patrick Hawkins
    Patrick Hawkins
    Executive Director/Founder
  • Chase Sewell
    Chase Sewell
    Director of Admissions and Business Development
  • Glenn Brown
    Glenn Brown
    Program Director
  • Abbi Fetters
    Abbi Fetters
    Mental Health Therapist
  • Nate Moore
    Nate Moore
    Licensed Addiction Counselor
  • Paul Kenney
    Paul Kenney
    Licensed Addiction Counselor
  • Samantha Jackson
    Samantha Jackson
    Academic Coordinator
  • Hank Dietrich
    Hank Dietrich
    Registered Nurse
  • Hannah Moore
    Hannah Moore
    Office Administrator
  • Jeff Brown
    Jeff Brown
    Chef
  • Angel Berry
    Angel Berry
    Cook
  • David DeBoer
    David DeBoer
    Wilderness Instructor
  • Kristel Bowden
    Kristel Bowden
    Wilderness Instructor / Recovery Support Specialist
  • Jamie Cody
    Jamie Cody
    Recovery Support Specialist
  • Matt Sursely
    Matt Sursely
    Recovery Support Specialist
  • Nathan Wells
    Nathan Wells
    Recovery Support Specialist
  • Charles Strauss
    Charles Strauss
    Recovery Support Specialist
  • Shirley Webster
    Shirley Webster
    Recovery Support Specialist
  • Rick Delaughder
    Rick Delaughder
    Facilities Manager
  • Mattie
    Mattie
    Chief Tail Wagger
  • Koda
    Koda
    Trained Support Dog



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    Patrick Hawkins
    Executive Director/Founder

    Patrick Hawkins is a Licensed Addictions Counselor with over 25 years of experience. During his career, he has worked with over 5,000 young men in primary treatment. Since 1995, he has been dedicated to working with adolescents and young adults. With a national reputation, Patrick has presented at multiple conferences and is considered a leader in treating young men, especially in an outdoor/experiential type setting. He has led 50+ expeditions accumulating over 1,100 days in the backcountry guiding hundreds of clients on their journeys through the wilderness and into recovery. Patrick brings all this experience to the young men in treatment daily while also imparting it to the entire team.

     

    Check out his interview on Stories from the Field: Demystifying Wilderness Therapy

    Chase Sewell
    Director of Admissions and Business Development

    Chase has been working with individuals seeking recovery and personal growth for over 15 years. His passion was created out of his own journey in recovery beginning in 2005. Since then, he has worked within several organizations including recovery residences, an intensive outpatient program as a counselor, an adolescent and young adult substance use disorder center, and a dual diagnosis treatment program. In addition to working with substance use disorders, Chase also worked for a number of years at Onsite Workshops assisting individuals, couples, and families, both nationally and internationally, seeking recovery from trauma and codependency. In his position as Business Development and Admissions Director, Chase brings passion, experience, and authenticity to everyone he works with.

     

    Chase lives in Nashville, TN, in his personal time, he enjoys spending time with his beautiful wife Hayley and their daughter Adaline.

    Glenn Brown
    Program Director

    Glenn Brown has grown up working and playing in the outdoors of western Montana since 1978. He is a US Air Force veteran, husband, and father of three. Glenn spends his “free” time adventuring, either solo or with his family, in the surrounding mountains and rivers. He is passionate about backpacking, rafting, fly fishing, mountain biking, trail running, all forms of skiing and helping people. Since 2006, Glenn has spent over 880 nights in the wilderness, working with young men who were struggling with addiction. He spent 15 years working as a field guide and lead instructor at a wilderness treatment program. In addition to his experience, Glenn is also a Wilderness First Responder and has a Level 1 avalanche certification.

    Abbi Fetters
    Mental Health Therapist

    Abbi Fetters, LCSW – is a native Montanan with a master’s degree in social work. She has worked in Outpatient and Residential settings with young men from various socio-economical and cultural backgrounds and with their families. From her experiences, Abbi has seen how important relationships between family and their kids are, and the vital role they play in supporting recovery from any mental health and substance use disorders. Abbi believes in meeting guys where they are therapeutically and physically; because of that, she can meet with guys on a walk, on a bench outside, or during meal time. Abbi enjoys adventures in the beautiful state of Montana with family while recording the beauty through photography.

    Nate Moore
    Licensed Addiction Counselor

    Nate Moore is a Licensed Addiction Counselor in the state of Montana. He graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University with a double major in Psychology and Addiction Counseling in the spring of 2014. He has over eight years of experience working as a therapeutic field staff and primary therapist helping young men engage in early recovery. Nate has accumulated over 900 days in the backcountry facilitating and leading recovery focused wilderness expeditions. He thrives when he can use the wilderness as a way to help young men take action for their recoveries. In his spare time, Nate enjoys exploring rural Montana with his wife and keeping his wilderness skills sharp through hunting, fishing, backpacking, and practicing primitive skills.

    Paul Kenney
    Licensed Addiction Counselor

    Paul Kenney has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and an Associate’s of Arts degree in Addiction Studies. Paul has been a Licensed Addiction Counselor since 2019 and previously was a Certified Addiction Treatment Counselor (CATC III) in California since 2016. Paul has worked in residential addiction programs for most of his career. It has been Paul’s goal to continue to learn and grow as a professional in the addiction field. In his free time, Paul enjoys movies, swimming, and outdoor activities.

    Samantha Jackson
    Academic Coordinator

    Samantha Jackson has a passion for helping people of all ages grow, learn, and transform their lives – body, mind, and spirit.
    Samantha has been teaching for 11 years and spent 13 years in an academic environment, including being a Headstart teacher, after-school program administrator, and working locally in the Whitefish school district. Her teaching philosophy centers around identifying what each individual needs, partnering with the client to set goals, and providing them with the tools and help needed to reach those goals.
    Not only does Samantha draw on her educational background, but also utilizes the 10 years of experience she has in the fitness industry as a business owner, coach, and freelance fitness and yoga instructor. Yoga has helped her transform her life and the lives of others.
    Samantha is a nature enthusiast; in her spare time, she loves to garden, do yoga, hike, and just be outdoors enjoying nature.

    Hank Dietrich
    Registered Nurse
    Hank Dietrich has a Bachelor’s degree in environmental studies, and a degree in nursing, and has held his RN license for almost 40 years.  As a nurse, Hank has worked in a variety of settings and has extensive experience in emergency care including air and ground rescue, treatment, and transport.  Hank desires to positively affect the lives of young men struggling to find purpose and direction in life and thus found his place at Triple Divide Lodge. Hank enjoys spending his free time with his wife and grandchildren and reading, walking, and appreciating the beauty of God’s creation.
    Hannah Moore
    Office Administrator

    Hannah Moore has a bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management and has been a Society of Human Resource Management Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) since 2018. Hannah has worked for and been adjacent to wilderness and residential addiction programs for the past 7 years. It has been Hannah’s goal to create a program that supports and serves its employees and clients. In her free time, Hannah enjoys reading, creating art inspired by Kirigami, fly fishing, hiking, and has recently taken up archery.

    Jeff Brown
    Chef

    Chef Jeff Brown has been in the culinary profession for over 30 years he is an award winning chef with a background in Paleo, Ketogenic, gluten free, and diabetic diets. He is a certified Nutrition Specialist. Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Mast Instructor in Tae Kwon Do, and a Primal Life Coach. Jeff’s specialties are Southern style BBQ, wild game and fish, southwest, and classical Italian cuisine. He has taught numerous cooking classes and has worked with young men and women most of his adult life. Jeff takes pride in the fact that he uses the best ingredients he can find from local markets and that all of his food is made from scratch.

    Angel Berry
    Cook

    Angel Berry has enjoyed working in the dietary field for quite a while and worked at a residential treatment center for three years in varying roles. She had decided to combine her dietary skills with her desire to help others on their road to recovery, so that they may live their lives to the fullest. Angel enjoys reading, visiting museums, and hiking.

    David DeBoer
    Wilderness Instructor

    Originally from northern Minnesota, David grew up in the Midwest and has had a lifelong love of hiking, camping, snowboarding, and fishing. After a couple of years of college and traveling, David enlisted in the Marine Corps and became a Reconnaissance Marine, learning advanced land navigation skills, survival techniques, scouting, and many other disciplines. He has a heart for working with youth and helping them gain a love for the outdoors and passing on the lessons he has learned. David enjoys spending his free time exploring the wilderness of NW Montana and building a home with his wife.

     

    Kristel Bowden
    Wilderness Instructor / Recovery Support Specialist

    Kristel Bowden is a life learner that loves delving into the dynamics of groups. Some of her passions are dancing, reading, learning about food science, working with youth, and being in nature. Kristel’s experience with outdoor education started over 7 years ago working with a YMCA camp, then on to completing her Bachelors in Recreation Park and Tourism Administration, with a Minor in Outdoor Leadership. While getting her Bachelors, she went on a 4-month long expedition called, Environmental Conservation and Outdoor Education Expedition (ECOEE) through Western Illinois University. The expedition started in Canada, where a group of 10 canoed 200 miles of the Missinaibi River in Ontario Canada, then road-tripped the western part of the U.S.A. and Mexico. Since this expanding experience, Kristel has gone on to work at the Philadelphia Outward Bound School and Wingate Wilderness Therapy, accumulating over 115 backcountry field days.

    Jamie Cody
    Recovery Support Specialist

    Jamie has honed his outdoor skills as a camera operator for outdoor adventure TV shows everywhere from Alaska to Argentina. He has worked in residential programs for five years. At Triple Divide Lodge, Jamie is able to combine his experience in a new way. Jamie is results-driven and contributes to multiple local programs to help improve positive outcomes in the community.

    In his free time, Jamie enjoys exploring camera technology, mountain biking, and paddleboarding.

    Matt Sursely
    Recovery Support Specialist

    Matt is a recovered alcoholic that is heavily involved in service work, sponsorship, and the AA program. Matt seeks to help the clients feel at home and adjusted here at TDL. “I want the clients to feel like they can be themselves around me.” It’s his hope to create an environment that is conducive to recovery. Matt has lived in the Valley for 17 years and knows the area well. He spends time fishing and camping but his real passion is gaming.

    Nathan Wells
    Recovery Support Specialist

    Nathan Wells has an associate degree in welding technology and has spent the last 10 years working as a welder. Nathan was drawn to work at Triple Divide Lodge, as when he was a teenager, he was wrestled with addictive tendencies and habits. During that season of Nathan’s life, he had mentors and people in his life who cared enough to speak the truth and encourage him on his journey. Nathan has been in recovery for 13+ years and has a desire to see young men succeed and make progress where he once struggled. In his spare time, Nathan enjoys mountain biking, hunting, and riding off-road motorcycles. He also enjoys fellowship with his church family throughout the week.

     

    Charles Strauss
    Recovery Support Specialist

    Charles Strauss is an Eagle Scout with an Associate’s degree in Emergency Medicine. A former EMT Charles has spent the last seven years as a shift supervisor for six different gas stations with three different companies. Dedicated to hard work and helping others, Charles has moved to Montana from California to seek out better opportunities to hone his skills and help others do the same. An avid outdoorsman he enjoys hiking, hunting, fishing, and camping. On his off time, Charles enjoys collecting military gear, antique Zippo lighters, and coins.

    Shirley Webster
    Recovery Support Specialist

    Living most of her life in Alaska, Shirley and her husband moved to Montana 7 years ago. Shirley graduated from the University of Alaska, Anchorage, earning a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology. Her long-standing history of working with young adults and adolescents includes acute care, residential programs, therapeutic boarding school, therapeutic pre-school, private practice, juvenile services, and academic teaching and counseling. Shirley is professionally licensed as Marriage and Family Therapist, and recently retired as a licensed alcohol and drug counselor. Montana, parallel to Alaska, continues to support her family’s love for the outdoors. Shirley enjoys a wide variety of backcountry adventures with her husband and Border Collie side-kick, Koda. Her personal goal is to continue collaborative efforts to support the positive growth and development of young adults.

    Rick Delaughder
    Facilities Manager

    Rick Delaughder has been working on the property for 17 years, first for the previous treatment program on this location and now Triple Divide Lodge. Rick is a vital member of the team as he ensures that everything from the tractor to the buildings are in working order and running smoothly.

    Mattie
    Chief Tail Wagger

    Mattie is a black Labrador Retriever that enjoys greeting everyone who comes to Triple Divide Lodge. Her favorite activities include following Patrick wherever he goes and retrieving tennis balls for anyone she can get to throw them for her. When not chasing balls and getting in the pond, she is an avid waterfowl and upland hunter.

    Koda
    Trained Support Dog

    Koda is a Border Collie and is Shirley’s sidekick on all of her adventures and volunteering work. Koda is highly compassionate and enjoys spending time with clients.