Oklahoma Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR Affiliate)
In 2003, Amanda Coldiron graduated from Empire State University in Saratoga Springs, NY with a Bachelor of Science in Community and Human Services. She then went on to receive her Masters in Science in Community and Human Services from Walden University. Subsequently, she began her career in mental health. In 2003, Amanda began working in Florida as an outpatient and inpatient crisis management case manager, assisting homeless and chronically mentally ill individuals. Her experience is broad, including work in the prison system, community services, and social services in the university hospital system. In 2020, she became the Housing Navigator for the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. Amanda now serves as the Executive Director of the Oklahoma Alliance for Recovery Residences, assisting operators across the state in developing their programs to ensure the best possible environments for men and women in recovery.