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Zach Wise

Program Manager

Zach Wise is a vital figure at Chateau, serving as the Assistant Program Director and Technology & Training Manager, bringing a wealth of experience and a unique journey to his role. Originally hailing from Portland, Oregon, Zach encountered early struggles with addiction, which led him on a transformative path to recovery.

In October 2016, Zach made a courageous decision to seek detox and treatment in Salt Lake City, marking the pivotal moment where he embarked on his journey to sobriety. Through his unwavering dedication and commitment to addressing unresolved trauma, grief, loss, depression, anxiety, and PTSD stemming from his past, Zach found solace and healing during his time in treatment. He discovered a profound sense of relief and empowerment, realizing that his past experiences could be instrumental in his ongoing recovery journey.

Driven by the desire to connect with individuals who share similar life experiences, Zach found his calling in aiding others facing mental health challenges and addiction. Since 2017, he has been an integral part of the Chateau team, starting from the frontline and progressing through roles in case management, eventually taking on responsibilities that include creating training materials for all departments, ensuring compliance training for program staff, overseeing program department staff, managing client needs, onboarding new hires, and managing technical requirements within the facility.

Outside of his professional endeavors, Zach finds joy in playing the guitar, indulging in heavy metal music, and cherishing moments outdoors with his two beloved dogs. His dedication to personal growth, coupled with his passion for helping others navigate their own paths to recovery, showcases his commitment to making a meaningful difference in the lives of those at Chateau. Zach embodies the spirit of resilience, empathy, and dedication, serving as an inspiration to both colleagues and the individuals he supports on their journeys toward wellness and healing.

Zach Wise
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