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Rehab Alumni Program — Sandstone Care

Recovery is hard enough, don’t go through it alone.

Program alumni aged 18-30 are welcome to participate in our Alumni Network. Being a member of this group will provide you with a community of people that understand you, they are easy to relate to, easy to confide in, and are there to support you at your most vulnerable times.

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Kelly Butzer - Alumni
Alumni Group Overview

Addiction Treatment Alumni Group for Young Adults

Your recovery journey doesn’t end when you leave Sandstone Care.

You’ll need to take sobriety one day at a time because it is ongoing. Even if you are doing great, there may be a day where you need that extra support to get you through, and that’s where we come in.

Join the group that will stand by you even when others may not. Get connected with our Alumni.


Reasons to Become a Sandstone Care Alumnus

Our website is full of helpful resources, from reading materials about recovery to information about assistance in your area, as well as helpful staff to confide in. We offer continued client care to let you know that the Sandstone team is here for you far beyond your graduation from our treatment programs.

Age-Specific Care
Recovery Meetings

Meetings provide a safe, caring, and supportive environment to voice your struggles and enjoy your success.

Small Group Sizes
Strength in numbers

Everyone in the group has been where you have been. Even during your toughest times, you have a safe network of friends to fall back on.

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Sober Events

These events provide an evironment to have fun without the pressures of drugs or alcohol. Build long-lasting sober friendships.

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Celebrate your Success

When you reach each milestone of sobriety, we will be there to celebrate every step of the way.

Alumni Meeting Times

Contact Kelly Butzer for more information  [email protected].

Age-Specific Care
Aurora, Colorado

Tuesdays 7 – 8pm MST


Age-Specific Care
Fairfax, Virginia

Friday 6 – 7pm EST



Wednesdays 8 – 9pm EST


Alumni Testimonial

Hear from an Alumni Group Member – Alex

It can feel scary to no longer be in program and be out on your own in recovery; but you are not alone and you have a dedicated and willing community here to help you, starting with the Sandstone Care Alumni group.

Our goal with the Alumni group at Sandstone is to support you and celebrate your many milestones.

How We Are Different

Sandstone Care aims to drive positive lasting change in real people. We understand that you have unique circumstances, so we offer a more personalized experience than you would find anywhere else.

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Age-Specific Care
Age-Specific Care

We are age-specific, not gender-specific. We focus on the unique circumstances that you face at your specific stage of life.

Evidence-Based Therapy
Evidence-Based Therapy

We only use treatment interventions that have been scientifically proven to provide consistent, lasting recovery.

Small Group Sizes
Small Group Sizes

You are more than a number, which is why we provide an intimate setting where your voice can be heard.

Individualized Treatment Plans
Individualized Treatment Plans

No one person is the same, and neither is their recovery journey. Your treatment program will be tailored to your unique needs.

Academic and Vocational Support
Academic and Vocational Support

We want you to get the most out of life, which means feeling your best in the classroom or at your job.

The Family Component
The Family Component

Recovery involves the entire family, so we provide support for the whole family system.

Get to Know the Alumni Coordinators

Alumni Network coordinator

Kelly Butzer (West Coast)

“I started my own recovery journey as a client at Sandstone. For about eight months, I went through the PHP, IOP, and OP programs fighting my own battle with heroin and cocaine addiction.

Sandstone saved my life and became a huge part of who I wanted to be. Addicted to drugs for nearly nine years, my admittance to Sandstone was where my journey to recovery began.

I struggled immensely throughout the program and the journey was not easy, but I was able to meet a lot of fantastic people that taught me how to live a happy, clean, and sober life on the other side.

I am very passionate about connecting people, supporting others, and building a recovery community! Not only is my experience firsthand when it comes to recovery and sustaining it, but I am also a certified recovery coach in which I am able to help understand, mentor, and guide alumni to the resources that suit them best so they can live up to their potential and best life!

Please do not hesitate to reach out to me or any of the Sandstone Care team if you need anything. You can contact me at [email protected].

Robert Moore (East Coast)

Robert joined the Sandstone Care team as a Regional Clinical Director. Robert holds a full counseling license in Michigan and is licensed in Illinois as an LCPC.

Soon thereafter, Robert became a Licensed Michigan School Counselor.  Over the next fifteen years he has transitioned into working in the clinical arena.  Robert has worked in almost every level of care from outpatient to residential and even worked as a screener for inpatient hospitalization.

His true passion lies in working with and specializing in treatment for the LGBTQ+ community.  Not only is Robert a proud part of this community but holds counseling credentials to work specifically with these populations.  Robert’s motto is “it’s all about the relationships,” and this translates to his work relationships as well as patient care.

Resources to Help You in Recovery

Our website is full of helpful resources about recovery. Explore some of our reading materials below.

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Let’s Take the Next Steps Together

We understand taking the first step is difficult. There is no shame or guilt in asking for help or more information. We are here to support you in any way we can.