Admissions Staff

Howard
Howard Bryant, CACI
Admission Supervisor

Howard Bryant is currently enrolled at Metro State University in Denver and is earning his Bachelor of Science Degree in Social Work. Mr. Bryant is an alumnus of CeDAR (2011) and appreciates the foundation for recovery he received at CeDAR. He is grateful for the many advantages of working with an interdisciplinary team within the University of Colorado Hospital system. He feels privileged to be part of changing and improving patient lives at CeDAR.

Todd Nice, MA, LPC
Todd Nice, MA, LPC
Behavioral Health Evaluator

Todd Nice received his undergraduate degree from Northern Arizona University and Master's degree in Counseling Licensure at Denver Seminary. His background includes working at Porter Hospital with the inpatient psychiatric team and for the past 15 years in community mental health. He has experience in private practice and working as a supervisor for many years with a local graduate program.

"I am so excited to work with the admissions team and assist patients in their journey of recovery at CeDAR."

Linnea Lindroth, AGS
Linnea Lindroth, AGS
Intake and Access Coordinator

Linnea Lindroth is a currently working on her Bachelor in Science of Nursing (BSN) degree at University of Colorado College of Nursing at Anschutz Medical Campus. Her healthcare experience ranges from assisted living, inpatient care coordination and radiology records management. Linnea enjoys working at CeDAR because she feels her role gives her the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of patients and their families. Ms. Lindroth is a CeDAR alumnus (2008) and enjoys connecting personally with the patients and families seeking treatment. Ms. Lindroth is confident in the multi-disciplinary and holistic care that CeDAR provides and believes recovery is possible for anyone.

Ashleigh Enriquez, BA
Ashleigh Enriquez, BA
Intake and Access Coordinator

Ashleigh Enriquez holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business. Shortly after graduating in 2000 she was introduced to counseling in treatment facilities for traumatized adolescents, in which she was a counselor for 16 years.

"I have been clean and sober for over 10 years now and wanted to combine my love of helping people with my own personal experience in recovery."

Nicholas 'Nick' Franke
Nicholas 'Nick' Franke
Intake and Access Coordinator

Nick Franke received his undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado Denver and is currently working towards his Master's degree in clinical counseling at Regis University. He is honored to be working on the admissions team where he can connect with patients and their families, attempting to provide experience, strength, and hope as they navigate the unknown. An alumnus himself, he credits CeDAR with providing the foundation needed to live a full and rewarding life.

Meghan White
Meghan White
Patient Access Representative

Alumnus of CeDAR, Meghan White has been sober since December 28th, 2011 and has, from that date, patiently been re-building her life from the group up. Amidst a new phase of her life-long construction, she comes to CeDAR with a determined sense of energy that so often heralds a new beginning. Her strong value of connectivity is what enables her to pave a path of open and empathetic communication when assisting individuals and their families. She aims to pursue education in alternative health which she would then like to use as a modality of healing, available to those recovering from substance disorder.

Sarah Bury, BS
Sarah Bury, BS
Patient Access Representative

Sarah Bury received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology & Sociology from Grace College in Winona Lake, Indiana.

"I'm grateful to serve the Boulder community and be part of the recovery journey for our patients!"

Rebecca Stevens, MA, LAC
Rebecca Stevens, MA, LAC
Admissions Secretary

Rebecca graduated from Regis University with a Master of Arts in December of 2016 and received her Licensed Addiction Counselor certification in April 2017. She has 38-years sober. With more than five years’ experience working in substance abuse treatment, Rebecca loves working closely with patients and their families during the admissions process. She is often the first point of contact, whether in person or on the phone. Rebecca also facilitates CeDAR’s Family Support Group.