Crystal Hill-Hover, MBA, CPRS
Crystal is the founder and chief executive officer of Twin Cities Wellness Center & Recovery Gym. She is woman in long-term recovery from serving two incarcerations and 25 years of severe addiction and eating disorder struggles. Crystal is a graduate of Capella University where she received her Masters in Business Administration and is recognized for high scholastic attainment by the Delta Mu Delta International Society of Business and recognized as a certified leader and member in good standing by the National Society of Leadership and Success. Qualified by the Minnesota Certification Board as a Board-Certified Peer Recovery Specialist Crystal, board member of the Minnesota Hope Dealerz, and member of Minnesota Association of Sober Homes, Crystal is very active in the recovery community. Crystal’s passion is to inspire others battling addiction to overcome setbacks and challenges no matter what they may be by leading by example and by preparing and encouraging others to do the same.
Diana Petersen ADC-T
My name is Diana Petersen I am a grateful recovering addict in long term recovery. I have 6+ years in recovery and I am working towards my Bachelor’s degree. I have the privilege of carrying the title of ADC-T/ Counselor here at Twin Cities Wellness Center and Recovery Gym. And after 29 years of Meth addiction and a life of destruction. Thru the grace of God, several programs and some amazing individuals who have influenced my life, I learned a new way to live. My hope is to carry on what I have learned and continue to help individuals find their own paths to a life worth living. I have a true passion for what I do and or the clients that I serve.
Kate Moeller, LADC
Hi my name is Kate and I am so excited to be a part of the Twin Cities Wellness Center and Recovery Gym! I have a Bachelors degree in Social Work and a Masters Certificate in Addiction Studies. I am also certified as a Level 1 CrossFit Coach. I have been coaching for the past 3 plus years and working in the recovery field for over 10.
I have been so fortunate to be able to be in the recovery and fitness fields and have seen the magic of these two when combined. I believe in the power of fitness and how it can enhance one’s recovery journey. Moving your body is extremely beneficial physically but mentally as well.
I love being able to help people move their bodies safely and efficiently - I love seeing people realize how much stronger they are than they give themselves credit for and I LOVE seeing people push through their doubts and fears and conquer their goals; inside and outside of the gym!
Outside of being a part of the Twin Cities Wellness Center and Recovery Gym - I am also a volunteer coach for The Phoenix - a national sober active community. I also work as a Healthy Beginnings Specialist with Park Nicollet where I work with pregnant women who struggle with substance use and mental health issues. I absolutely love my work and love working with people.
I look forward to working with you all at Twin Cities Wellness Center and Recovery Gym!
Jeff Powell, ADC-T, CPRS
Jay Pee is committed to being a better person and fostering a community where everyone is supported that is what drives him on his journey. He is a full time clinician at TCWCRG. His most recent achievement is being enrolled at Minneapolis College where he served as president of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society and is currently pursuing a bachelors degree in Clinical Social work and a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success. His efforts to uplift, empower and support those around him extend far beyond a clinical setting. Jay Pee is the founder and CEO of the Minneapolis Hope Dealerz Recovery Community Organization which is nationally known for recovery advocacy, helping and supporting people experiencing homelessness and addiction and approaches his work by meeting people where they are at, and helping people experiencing the fullness of recovery.
Jordan Horniak, BS, LADC, CPT, CES, FNS
Jordan obtained his Bachelor of Science Degree in Communications/Film, with a second major in Psychology from the University of Miami (Coral Gables, FL) in 2006. Prior to working in the addiction field, Jordan became a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Jordan worked as a personal trainer for the better part of a decade. He also holds certifications in Corrective Exercise and Fitness Nutrition. Jordan began his career in the field of addiction by working at the Greenhouse Recovery Center as an Evening Resident Manager in 2014. Jordan finished the LADC Licensure Track from Metropolitan State University in 2019. Jordan has been active in the recovery community for years through recovery support meetings, service work, and volunteering at Mission Detox and The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center. For the past three years, Jordan has been working as an LADC at NUWAY 3R’s Counseling Center. Jordan is excited to be able to combine his passions for addiction recovery and fitness/wellness to help others become motivated and succeed in their recovery journeys. A strong advocate for using exercise as a recovery tool, Jordan promotes a holistic approach which includes 12-step meetings, MH support, and fitness/wellness. Jordan is currently working on obtaining a master’s degree in Counseling from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota.
Abbey Johnson – Office Superstar
Hi, My name is Abbey and I will be the first person you talk to when you make the call to Twin Cities Wellness Center and Recovery Gym. I will help facilitate any needs and help to break down any barriers you may have in taking the next steps to be the person you want to be. After your arrival and acceptance into our program I will continue to help identify any barriers and use my Certified peer recovery Specialist training to empower you to continue to succeed. I can’t wait to meet you.
Patrick Johnson, MS, MSW, LGSW, RDN, LD, LADC
Patrick earned his bachelor's degree in Exercise Science and in Dietetics from Minnesota State University in Mankato. He then went on to earn his Master’s of Science in Human Nutrition from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities before going back to Minnesota State University in Mankato to earn his Master of Social Work. He worked as a Diabetes Educator at a non-profit health clinic, assisting people with diabetes and other chronic conditions in managing and improving their physical health. Patrick moved into the addiction field as a Dietitian for Park Avenue Center in Minneapolis. He is passionate about treating substance abuse using a holistic approach that focuses on mental health, nutrition, and fitness. He is a Licensed Graduate Social Worker with the Minnesota Board of Social Work and a Registered, Licensed Dietitian with the Minnesota board of Dietetic and Nutrition Practice.
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