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Hadyn Stimpson


Maddison Fillmore

IOP Clinical Director/LCSW

Sean M. Lamb

Therapist, CSW; ASUDC

Toni Sorenson

Blake Rapier

Hadyn Stimpson



Hayden started as an in intern at Ardu, because of his intense patience with clients and his passion for the work, he was hired as a permanent employee without question. Hayden feels a profound sense of purpose when he witnesses hope in the eyes of someone who once felt all was lost. He empathizes with these individuals on multiple levels as he has experienced trauma as well as a brief phase with substances himself. Hayden feels strongly that “there is much to be learned from those that overcome adversity and choose–even in their darkest times–to push forward.

"The one thing that cannot be taken from man is his ability to choose his attitude in any given set of circumstances."
-Viktor Frankl (Holocaust survivor and psychiatrist).

Maddison Fillmore


IOP Clinical Director

Maddison feels that the devestation she has seen as a result of loved ones struggling with addiction pales in comparison to the love, connection, and peace that is a result of a recovery filled life. “I realized my path was walking others through their pain and suffering because I know recovery is possible for everyone, we are ALL capable of healing” After pursuing her Masters Degree, Maddison sought out a position where she could cultivate a family atmosphere with dedication to the success of each individual.

"The Ocean does not apologize for its depth and the mountains do not seek forgiveness for the space they take and so, neither shall I."
-Becca Lee

Sean M. Lamb



Sean is an extremely talented therapist. His attitude toward recovery is that growth and progress will happen if you never stop challanging yourself. “At heart I’m a teacher. The essence of therapy is helping others learn to take care of themselves.” Through his own experience with addiction he has found passion in the work he does and insists that life not only consist of hard work, but in finding and exploring what brings you joy.

"We absolutely insist on enjoying life"

Dr. Stuart Porter

Medical Director

Dr. Stuart B. Porter, D.O., is Board Certified by the American Board of Family Practice.  He Graduated first in his class from the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1988, completed his internship at William Beaumont Army Medical Center in El Paso, Texas and his residency at Madigan Army Medical Center in Tacoma, Washington. In Dr. Porter’s spare time, he leads an active outdoor lifestyle. Between training for his next Triathlon or Iron Man competition, he can be found back-country skiing, bicycling, and spending time with his wife and 5 children.

"The Ocean does not apologize for its depth and the mountains do not seek forgiveness for the space they take and so, neither shall I."
-Becca Lee

Lisa Storz

Registered Nurse

Nurse Manager

Upon completion of nursing school, Lisa wanted to implement her personal experience with addiction into her profession. Her passion for helping others made it an easy decision to pursue nursing in a treatment facility. She feels it is second nature to provide unparalleled care to clients because: “we are a family here and we all work together to make a difference.”

"You can't go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending"
-C.S. Lewis

Matt Borget

Director of Business
Development & Admissions

With 6 years of Industry experience, Matt is a powerhouse at Ardu and in the community. Drawing on personal experience with addiction, he guides individuals in finding that same path. He readily lends a listening ear to clients as well as his admissions and marketing staff who he mentors on a personal, professional, and comedic level. Matt is one who attacks life with vigor and brings authenticity and compassion to every interaction whether it be with a client, their loved ones, or the team he leads.

"Believe you can and you are halfway there"
-Theodore Roosevelt

Angi Garner

Marketing and Admissions

Driven by her own experience with addiction, Angi is passionate about helping individuals in their recovery journey.

"The two most important days of your life are: the day you are born, and the day you find out why"
-Mark Twain

Marissa Janae Ramos

Admissions Coordinator

Marissa feels that watching a person work hard, and create a life they feel is worth living free of substances, “is the absolute most beautiful thing.” The consensus among all who know her is that she has unmatched empathy and compassion for individuals who struggle with addiction–Marissa, being in recovery herself, attributes her sustained sobriety to the people who willingly helped her through early recovery–wholeheartedly, she will “never, ever, ever give up on somebody”

"I would rather aim for the stars and not hit them than not aim at all."
- T.D. Jakes

Tyler Okey

Program Director

Before Ardu, Tyler had never worked in the recovery industry. His background consisted of business and entreprenuership. After experiencing the heartbreak associated with a family member struggling with addiction, he found that he wanted to use his business acumen and passion for people help these individuals and their families. His attitude regarding both clients and staff is always “How can I help?”

"Believe you can and you are half way there. "
-Theodore Roosevelt

Jennifer Gregson

Residential Director

Through her own experience with addiction, Jen attributes her recovery to the selfless acts of others. This has motivated her to become that source of strength, compassion, and understanding to those who are currently struggling with addiction. The most rewarding aspect of her job is watching the change occur in clients as they start on a path of healing. Jen has worked in the industry for three years, her dilligence in meeting clients individual needs and regarding them as family has made her an invaluable asset to Ardu as our Residential Program Director.

"What if I fall?" "Oh but my darling, what if you fly?"
-Peter Pan


Executive Assistant

When a young friend of Alisia’s died from an overdose, it impacted her in a life changing way, she decided to seek out a way to help. In addition to her role as an executive assistant, Alisia is Ardu’s Jack of all trades, if something needs to be done, she finds a way, to do it.  She will stop what she is doing and sit with a client who is struggling . Alisia has passion and attitude of charity 

"If you do what you've always done, You'll be who you've always been"

Chris Harmon

Alumni Coordinator/Case Manager

Chris is universally known as the nicest guy around. Because of his own experiences and through the observation of his loved ones going through addiction, he feels compelled not only to help those who struggle, but makes it a point to really understand each person as an individual. Chris continually advocates for our clients and is always available to assist our alumni. “I know what it is like to be hurt, used, and forgotten about, I want others to know that there is hope and to help others rise up”

"You miss 100% of the shots you don't take"
-Wayne Gretzkil"

Lyndsey Martindale

Alumni Coordinator

Through her admiration of the individuals who helped her on the road to recovery, Lyndsey felt she wanted to emulate these role models. Lyndsey is one of the most empathetic employees at Ardu but this barely scratches the surface. She celebrates client success as if it is her own, and rally’s around those who struggle in a way that allows them to feel safe while exploring their vulnerabilities. The culmination of these attributes, her ability to show unconditional love, and her infectious smile make her an integral asset to current clients as well as alumni.

"To share your weakness is to make yourself vulnerable; to make yourself vulnerable is to show your strength."
-Criss Jami