At a core level, we help families and individuals navigate the road to recovery by providing guidance, insight, and experience.
We have not only been through the same struggles and gotten to the other side, but we have had the privilege of witnessing and helping many others walk the same path. Therefore, we know what it takes to truly recover and build a life worth living.
Jon Lencioni began his recovery journey in 2014. After attending inpatient treatment, he progressed to a sober living house, where he eventually became the house manager then program director of all Colorado houses. This led to his next role at Jaywalker Lodge, where he managed the alumni program and worked on the admissions team. These experiences revealed his true passion—working with clients and their families.
Furthermore, he recognized the need to fill gaps in the continuum of care before and after treatment in the hopes that it would increase the chances of sustained recovery. This realization led Jon to start Lighthouse Recovery Resources on January 1st, 2020.
With a wealth of experience in the treatment field and having completed various industry training courses, Jon has a clear vision for Lighthouse and the culture the company strives for. His passion for helping clients and families discover new, meaningful lives drives his every decision and is the reason why he works tirelessly to bring honesty, compassion, and commitment to every client.
Brendon came to Jaywalker Lodge in Carbondale, CO in 2007 seeking treatment for alcoholism and addiction. After completing treatment he stayed, worked on his recovery and developed the friendships he made while at Jaywalker. After two years of continuous sobriety he was accepted into the Hazelden Graduate School of Addiction Studies, receiving a Master’s Degree in Addiction Counseling in 2011. After graduation he worked as a counselor at The Right Door, an outpatient treatment facility in Aspen, CO.
In 2012, Brendon returned to Jaywalker to develop and supervise the clinical assessment program. After directing this program for the next 5 years, he led the transitional living program, and then took over the role of clinical supervisor at The Lodge, serving there from 2022-2023. In spring of 2023 he came to Lighthouse Recovery Resources as clinical director, to develop and supervise all aspects of our clinical services. He strives daily to bring the message to all of our clients at Lighthouse Recovery Resources that in sobriety, “anything is possible!”
In addition to his work as a counselor, he is an avid skier, multiple time marathon finisher, Leadville 100 medal holder and Ironman triathlete. Most importantly, Brendon is a husband and step parent to four amazing young adults.