Kim has been an active member of the Recovery Community for over three decades, having gone to school for counseling in Addiction and Correctional services. Since that time she has worked within Corrections, helping to coordinate various services and resources to help see the inmates succeed both in their recovery as well as in their life after incarceration. Kim has been working with the Canadian Centre for Addictions since 2018. In that time, she has worked as a Residential Counsellor on weekends and evenings. Since becoming a member of the team, Kim has incorporated her community connections and resources to help bridge the gap between Treatment and Recovery. As a Residential Counsellor, Kim remains committed to building connections and support for CCFA Alumni as they look to their new-found life in Recovery.