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Founder and National Executive Director of The Phoenix, triathlete, mountaineer, and recovering addict, Scott Strode boldly shares his recovery journey. From his experience with trauma, alcohol and drugs as a child and teenager, to finding a path to recovery within fitness, and starting a free sober activity community for others, Scott shares it all. Listen in, as he reminds us to be anchored into your recovery community and to dream big about your life in recovery.

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