Executive Director, Life Recovery Centers
Alex Castro-Croy is currently the Clinical Director/Owner of Life Recovery Center in Northglenn and Denver. He offers bilingual addiction/ Mental health services to system involved adult and youth in the Denver Metro Area. He previously worked as a Diversion officer for Denver DA's Office for 4 years, and previous to that was a Drug Court Probation Officer for 7 years. Through out this time, Castro-Croy gained vast experience working with poverty stricken youth and families. After seven years in the Criminal Justice field, he decided to implement his counseling skill for positive change in the lives of those that cross his path. Previous to his CJ career, Castro-Cory was a State Youth Director for Southwestern Spanish Church of God Territory (Southern California and Arizona) for 5 years. During this time, he was able to train other youth leaders, conduct diversity and cultural training for leaders, facilitate groups of self-improvement and development in Lima, Peru. For seven years, he has also volunteered at our local GLBTQI Latino Organizations with Individual and Group Level interventions, Prevention Case Management, capacity building training, HIV/STI/STD Prevention workshops, counseling (individual/Addictions) and help facilitate outreach events via radio and television. In his private practice (Community Counseling and Consulting Services), he does consulting work for other agencies in Spanish and English (MRT/SRT/DUI-DWC & Change companies/EMDR/Anger Management). In addition to Clinical Supervision for CAC I and CAC II counselors seeking their CACIII. Castro-Croy also has his Masters degree in Community Counseling from Regis University and Currently a Ph.D. Candidate at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Depth Psychology with an Emphasis in Jungian and Archetypal studies. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Addiction Counselor in the State of Colorado.