Walking the walk, pointing the way: Woman goes from community corrections client to counselor

Brittnee Turner transformed from a community corrections client into a treatment provider at the facility. (Courtesy photo)

There was a time Brittnee Turner could not see “light at the end of the tunnel.”

Over several years, the Montrose woman was, in her words, hopelessly addicted to amphetamines and painkillers. The addiction led to arrest and felony convictions — and, in 2017, a community corrections sentence.



Katharhynn Heidelberg is the Montrose Daily Press assistant editor and senior writer. Follow her on Twitter, @kathMDP.

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