Megan Carroll, LPPTreatment Leader - Next Steps Program
Megan Caroll started working at Third Way Center in 2001 as part of the opening team at Bannock House. She later became the independent living coordinator for the Next Steps Independent Living program successfully growing it into what it is today. Currently, Megan leads the Next Steps program as Treatment Leader bringing her experience as well as a focus on continuity of care through transitioning kids from other Third Way Center programs into the community.
Lawrence Coleman, MA, MSWDirector of Vocational/Educational Program and Independent Living
Lawrence Coleman started working at Third Way Center in 2008. He is a retired Captain of the United States Air Force. He has BS from Troy State University, MA from Central Michigan University, and a MSW from the University of Denver.
Candace FarrellTreatment Leader - Lowry Campus
Sherri FieldsTreatment Leader - York House
Dana Freisinger, MSW, LCSWClinical Director - Lowry Campus
Dana Freisinger received her undergraduate from CU Boulder in 1999, and her Master’s Degree from Denver University in 2002. She Started working at TWC right after graduation and has been with TWC for over 12 years. She began as a therapist at Pontiac house until 2007 when she left to help open the first house at the Lowry Campus. For several years Dana was the Treatment Leader until she made the switch to Clinical Director - Lowry Campus in 2016. Dana is happily married with two little kids at home.
Beth Lundin, BA, CAC IIIDrug and Alcohol Treatment Coordinator
Beth Lundin initially started working at Third Way Center in 1991 as a Mental Health Counselor at Third Way’s Lincoln Apartments. She then left for a few years to work at Addiction Research and Treatment Services’ adolescent program, where she received her Certified Addiction Counselor III credentials. In 2008 Beth returned to Third Way to coordinate the substance abuse services. Beth holds a BA degree in Psychology and Spanish from the University of New Mexico.
Elizabeth Maple, MSW, LCSWTreatment Leader- Bannock House
Elizabeth Maple received her undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2009. After graduation, Elizabeth moved to Chicago where she attended the University of Illinois and received a Master’s Degree in Social Work. After obtaining her master’s Elizabeth moved back to Colorado and, because of her families long time involvement with Third Way Center, decided to join the team as a therapist at Bannock House in 2013. She explains that through her families close involvement she has seen how the lives of the individuals we serve can be changed for the better. Elizabeth then went on to receive her LCSW in 2014 and became the Treatment Leader at Bannock House in 2017.
Brittney Martinez, LCSWTreatment Leader - Pontiac House
Brittney Martinez started working at Third Way Center as a mental health counselor at Lowry in 2008 and soon went back to school for an MSW from the University of Denver. She began work as a therapist at Bannock house in 2012 due to being a new mom and her interest in teaching as well as modeling healthy parenting with a teen mom component. In 2017 Brittney became the Pontiac program Treatment Leader.
Kim Renner, LCSWTreatment Leader - Lincoln
Kim Renner started at Third Way Center as an intern in 1994 at the Lincoln Street Apartments and returned in 1997 to work as a therapist at York House. She left in 2001 to start a family and returned to work at Bannock House in 2004 and Lowry in 2009. Kim then became the school social worker at JFA Lowry until 2013 when she took on the role of Assistant Treatment Leader at Lowry. After her time at Lowry Kim became the Treatment Leader of York House and, in 2016, returned to the Lincoln Street Apartments as the facility's Treatment Leader. Kim has a BSW from Michigan State University and MSW from University of Denver.