Treatment at The Stout Street Foundation
Alcoholism and addiction affects an individual's biological, emotional, social and spiritual well-being. Our treatment program is specifically designed to treat the physical, emotional, spiritual and psychosocial aspects of this disease – a holistic approach to recovery. Although addiction can be a chronic progressive illness, we believe that every person has within them the capacity to change, grow and recover. Our program is designed to enhance each person's intrinsic motivation to change while providing the tools necessary to do so.
Our program provides intensive inpatient services to adult men and women who have identified substance abuse as a major life problem. The program begins with a comprehensive psychiatric, emotional, social, family and spiritual assessment. This is reviewed with each client who will participate with the treatment team in developing an individualized plan of care which address their needs and build on their strengths.Learn More
Jim Halderman, Treasurer
Jim has taught court ordered, company ordered, and spousal ordered, clients for 15 years in anger and conflict management. He is certified with National Curriculum Training Institute (NCTI), the leader in the field of Cognitive Behavioral Change Programs, several personality profiles, NLP, and other learning tools. College brought studies in music, philosophy, and religion.
His background includes many successful years in the retail industry, along with an avocation in music and theatre. Jim has been a Rotarian since 1991 and serves as the Ombudsman for 65 clubs. Training in prisons with Alternative to Violence Programs (AVP) gives him an opportunity to teach better communication skills while developing techniques for the more challenged. Working on the board with Stout Street Foundation is an opportunity to share business skills along with supporting an outstanding and successful operation.
Keenan Van de Boogaard, Chair
Keenan was first introduced to Stout Street Foundation in 2011 when he entered the program as a resident. After completing the two year program, Keenan was inspired to help others find their own paths to recovery and began working in case management at Quiet River Addiction Center where he aided clients in career development and social reintegration. Keenan then returned to Stout Street Foundation to manage the vocational training department, where he helped build relationships with employers and assisted residents in strengthening their job skills and professional marketability. In his current position as Director of Admissions for NorthStar Transitions, Keenan has the opportunity to work directly with those suffering from addiction as well as their loved ones as they plan their progression through treatment and into recovery.
Keenan’s passion for recovery and unique experience as a resident, graduate, and staff member at Stout Street Foundation have all contributed to his position on the Board of Directors. Here he continues to give back to the company and community that helped save his life.
Eileen Shurmann, Vice Chair
Eileen Schurmann has lived in Colorado for 37 years and is the Branch Manager at Guaranty Bank and Trust in Golden.
Eileen has been in banking for over 40 years and has been active in the Jefferson County Community since 1998. She is a member of the Rotary Club of Golden since December of 1998 and joined the Lakewood Legacy Foundation in June of 1999. She also joined the board of the Stout Street Foundation in 2013 after her son completed the program, and saw the value and need of what Stout Street contributes to those struggling with addiction. Eileen continues to support the Jefferson County Community in any way she can, spends numerous hours with her church and is the mother of five and grandmother of 7.
Dale Algrim, Board Member
Dale is a Colorado native who grew up in Thornton. He attended the University of Denver for both his undergraduate and graduate work and received a BSBA in Management and a MBA in Finance. Dale has worked in the financial industry for the past 20 years. He is currently employed as a Market President with Colorado Business Bank.
Dale is very involved in his community committing his time to the following organizations: Adams County School District 14 Education Foundation, Commerce City Rotary Club, Ducks Unlimited, and the Stout Street Foundation.
Christopher Conway CEO/President
Christopher J. Conway CAC III, is President/CEO of Stout Street Foundation has been a part of the treatment community for over 19 years. Christopher holds a Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology. He is currently working toward his Master of Clinical Counseling Degree in order to obtain his LAC and LPC licensure. Christopher is a steadfast pillar in the Stout Street Foundation community and he has dedicated his life to helping others achieve happy and healthy lives by empowering them to believe in themselves. Christopher is active in Leadership Denver and he believes whole-heartedly that people struggling with substance use can make the necessary changes to achieve and to prosper in recovery.
Brad Lucero III, Chief Operations Officer
Mr. Bradley Lucero III CAC II joined the Stout Street Foundation (SSF) team after graduating from the University of Northern Colorado in May of 2006. He originally started the Development Department, establishing two major fundraising events a year (golf and gala), as well as getting together the original grant requests for the Foundation. Bradley began overseeing the Vocational Training Department and building additional relationships and resources in the community for SSF. In April of 2013 Mr. Lucero became the Chief Operations Officer overseeing all day to day activities of the Foundation. Growing up in the SSF Family has helped shape a passion for helping people help themselves, when not at SSF Bradley is an avid sports fan, golfer and loves traveling with his family.
Darcy Narans, Chief Financial Officer
Darcy Narans has been the Chief Financial Officer for Stout Street Foundation since August of 2006. Darcy worked for 25 years in the Hospitality Field spending the last 10 years of that with the 4th largest Hotel Management Company in the US as Corporate Controller and VP of Finance. He attended CU Denver and Metropolitan State College of Denver. Darcy enjoys activities including golf, bowling, target shooting, fishing and reading. He is a Colorado native as is his wife and his 2 sons. He has been working and volunteering in the recovery field since 1996.
Amber King, Outreach and Admissions Director
A Colorado native, Amber has worked in the addictions field for five years and has a passion for helping those that struggle with addiction due to my own personal struggles. Amber is a Stout Street Foundation graduate and celebrated seven years of long-term recovery in October 2020.
Amber worked in different levels of the addictions field before returning to Stout Street Foundation to give back to the place that saved her life. She is currently a part-time student working towards her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology.
On June 6, 2020, Amber and her partner welcomed their beautiful baby girl into the world, and they believe she has been the biggest blessing recovery has given them. In her free time, Amber enjoys spending time with family and playing softball.
“I love working with everyone who has been part of our journey the last 45 years, building new relationships, and everything I learn along the way. Please feel free to reach out to me anytime with any questions you may have about our programs and accessing treatment.”
Carrie Packard, Development Director
Sitting in front of a Denver Broncos football game at four years old, Carrie Packard saw her future: “I’m going to make better commercials for the United Way. Those stink.”
A little under two decades later, armed with a host of volunteer experience and a degree in Broadcast Production Management from the University of Colorado, Carrie went forth and became…the first female Assistant General Manager in minor league baseball’s Midwest League. She never did make commercials.
Somehow, that sales and customer service experience, along with modeling from a mother in social services, and a father in education consulting and fundraising lead Carrie to a career in fundraising and donor relations, while still carrying that passion for sports, especially the Denver Broncos.
Carrie joined Stout Street Foundation in September 2019 to help supporters experience their individual “Ah-Ha” moment with Stout Street Foundation as they see the impact they can have on residents’ lives.
When not at work, Carrie and her husband Bob can be seen literally running around the metro area, having spent more than a decade as running coaches; enjoying a local sporting event or at a local dog park with their two fur-kids. Rarely will you catch Carrie without a skein of yarn and knitting needles, making use of any downtime to whip up hand knit socks.