The Masada House dream was inspired by Su Hodgman. It is a 501c3 organization with an involved diverse board of directors.
Su has developed an extensive network ofpersonal and professional contacts in the mental health, substance abuse, educational, health, substance abuse, child protection and legal communities.
Su works closely with child protective service, foster care, family advocacy and case management services. She has worked extensively with addicted family systems and has a strong belief in the possibility of recovery from substance abuse.
Su has earned a Bachelor of Science degree and Human Services with a concentration in Addictive Studies from Metropolitan State College in Denver. She has 19 years experience in the substance recovery field.