Eric Lopez, Former Marine, Seeds of Hope Support group facilitator and founder

Mary Jackson-Webb, CAC III, MSW

Mary Is a wife and mother born and raised in Florida but has lived in Colorado for 25 years.
​Mary holds a Masters in Social work from the University of Southern California with an academic focus on mental health and trauma, currently working on her LCSW. Mary currently holds a CACIII with the state of Colorado and a MAC Masters of addictions National Certification along with program certifications for Trauma and PTSD She has worked in many arenas in the privet and state sectors. She specializes in working with adults untangling transition, and trauma. She believes counseling to be a powerful tool to heal our wounds and move toward goals and potential. She uses and eclectic therapeutic approach focusing on you the client and mindful development.

Favorite activities: Swimming, singing, and dancing.

Raven Netroe, Front desk 

Rocio Vazquez, Office Manager Spanish office

Eric R. Lopez, Eric is a former United States Marine of 10 years. Through his

military career he developed a passion to help people as much as he could in anyway

possible. Eric was Covenor of the Lifering support group for three years (This group is

now closed in the Colorado Springs area).  Eric has volunteered for numerous

organizations such as the Boys and Girls Club, the Marion House and is an active

member in the community.If interested in attending free support group meetings or to

get a hold of Eric please email him at:

Favorite activities: Reading, Playing music, Spending time with the family.

Interests: Playing the guitar, Mental and physical health.

Angela Bastille, CAC III,BS Psychology, NCAC II,  Director 

Shaelyn Weirenga, College Student, Office Manager

Angela Bastille is a wife and a mother of four children. She is a Certified Addiction

Counselor III (CAC III), National Certified Addiction Counselor II (NCAC II) and college

graduate with a background in Social Work, Nutrition, and BS in Psychology. Angela is

the Director/Owner/Operator of this culturally competent treatment agency.  She has

been in the service field for 20 years and a counselor for 12+ years. 

Angela is passionate about nutrition and health and believes there are healthy and fun

alternatives to drinking and drug use. 

Favorite activities: Reading and spending time with my four kids and husband and

Favorite book: The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman.
Interests: Research and writing and Mental and Behavioral health news. Also, learning. I love to learn new things! 

Humberto Mendoza, CAC II 

Humberto Mendoza is a father & husband, currently working towards his Master's

Degree in Psychology. He is furthering his certifications as a Certified Addiction

Counselor and is venturing towards his CAC III certification. Humberto savors the joys of

helping people understand the legal aspects of drugs & alcohol. Humberto is a positive

asset and has an extreme niche for people. He also enjoys learning new things while

assisting a variety of different cultures and the experience of working as a co-facilitator

of DUI (mostly Spanish speaking) groups. 

Favorite Movie: The Avengers
Favorite Book: Dan Brown's, 'The Lost Symbol'
Favorite Activities: Spending time with family & reading

Ray has his Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a Bachelors in

Psychology. Ray is a CACII and currently finishing his LAC requirements for the state of

Colorado. Ray's theoretical orientation is CBT and focuses strongly in reality therapy. 

Ray's hobbies include Treasure Hunting (metal detecting), and all things outdoors and

enjoys traveling to remote places. Ray has a  love for people, and truly enjoys helping

others work towards their goals.  

Raymond Carrington, CAC II, LAC and LPC in training 

Shaelyn Wirenga is a wife and mother and is currently attending PPCC for criminal

justice with plans of helping juveniles. She enjoys meeting new people and has a heart

for helping people, especially children. She spent a month in Oregon as an intern for

CASA which is an organization that advocates in court for children. Shaelyn's goal is to

get a Masters degree in criminal justice. Shaelyn enjoys working at A Good Life

Counseling and being the office manager.

"I look forward to meeting and helping new people everyday".
Favorite movie: UP
Favorite book: Three Little Words by Ashley Rhodes-Courter
Favorite activities: Going to the gym and hanging out with family