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Treatment Center, AspenRidge Recovery – The Antithesis of Founders Experiences

Cortland Mathers-Suter named GenXYZ 2019




A recovering addict from a well-to-do family, Mathers-Suter earned a master’s in social work and set out to create a recovery center that was the antithesis of his own experiences. Now in its fourth year, AspenRidge Recovery serves an average of 80 individuals at any given time between its locations. Mathers-Suter set up AspenRidge using old-fashioned boots on the ground marketing methods driven by high-quality care standards and a commitment to excellence.


​Mathers-Suter gives back through his personal work with addicts and alcoholics outside of his business, including his 12-step recovery participation. He is also an avid supporter and advocate for progressive causes that help ensure everyone has access to quality health care.

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Lisa Ryckman

Lisa Ryckman is ColoradoBiz's managing editor. Contact her at lryckman@cobizmag.com.

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