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Chelsea Dueitt Burge

The Phoenix

National Partnerships Manager





Multiple Pathways within The Phoenix

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The Phoenix is a sober active community and a national non-profit organization founded in 2006. Over the past 16 years, The Phoenix has grown to host and serve over 200,000 individuals in person and virtually. Since its inception, The Phoenix has aimed to fuel and ignite a movement through meaningful activities and social events. In this workshop, attendees will learn about the pathways and modalities within The Phoenix that can be accessed by anyone, anywhere, anytime, be it in person or through our virtual platform. Session presenters will discuss new and innovative ways to be a part of this movement by utilizing new resources like: The Phoenix mobile app, the Rise, Recover, Live podcast, sober spaces at music festivals and more.


Chelsea Dueitt Burge is the National Partnerships Manager of The Phoenix, a successful peer-to-peer based addiction recovery program that embraces a physically active and supportive community. In her role, she focuses on building and stewarding national partnerships. As a person in recovery, Chelsea understands the needs of the recovery community and works to assist partnering organizations in finding the solutions that they need to better serve their communities. Prior to her role at The Phoenix, Chelsea worked in the treatment industry as a counselor, case manager, alumni coordinator and marketing representative. Chelsea holds a B.S. in Addiction Counseling.

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