Tabitha Miller

Manager of Alumni and Recovery Support Services

Tabitha is a 2010 Harmony Alum with over a decade of personal experience in the world of recovery. Tabitha is a CCAR Recovery Coach and Recovery Coach Trainer. She is a Certified Addiction Technician (CAT) and Certified Peer and Family Specialist (CPFS) in the state of Colorado. Tabitha has previously worked with Harmony’s Transitional Care Program, as Counseling Tech staff, and most recently as the Alumni Coordinator. Her positivity and enthusiasm for helping those who suffer from addiction are contagious. Tabitha has a passion for supporting clients as they transition out of treatment and she is skilled in helping clients find fun, joy, and meaning in their journey.

“My greatest joy is assisting and watching Alumni use the tools they gained at Harmony in their everyday lives. I love alcoholics and addicts and I believe we are a special kind of people. My job is to help each person I work with to see the unlimited possibilities that are available to them when they choose recovery.”

Brian Koonce

Alumni Coordinator

Brian is a 2019 Harmony Alum with years of profound personal and professional experience working in the recovery field. He began his career at Harmony as a Counseling Tech in 2020, and it was here that he developed his love and passion for working with others. Brian is a Certified Addiction Technician (CAT) and a Certified Recovery Coach. He is also a member of Harmony’s LDI Leadership Team and serves on Harmony’s Golf Committee. Brian’s care and commitment to recovery also extend to the local community. He is a huge advocate for overdose awareness and is a regular speaker at Overdose Awareness Day events across Colorado.

“As a person in recovery, I consider it an honor and a privilege to work with those on the same journey. Getting sober was the most important decision I ever made because it put my life on a whole new trajectory. I get excited thinking about the difference our clients are going to make in their own lives and in the world at large.”