A Monroe County native, Colin Troy was born and raised in Bloomington, Indiana, until 1999, when he relocated to the Pacific Northwest. His personal history of drug use began at age twelve, and ultimately, he found himself addicted by age sixteen. After several failed treatment attempts and at the age of 34, he finally found a new way of life in the fellowship of Narcotics Anonymous. Colin is firm in his belief that service to others is the cornerstone of recovery. After working as a behavioral health technician at ICFR, both his supervisors and peers noticed that he excelled in helping patients get on the path to recovery and staying sober. Shortly after that, he was promoted to Alumni Director's position, where he makes himself available to anyone seeking recovery 24 hours a day, seven days a week seeking recovery. Colin has also been involved in the Harm Reduction community from the Pacific Northwest to the Midwest with both "Middle Path Collective" and "Indiana Recovery Alliance."