Jennifer Krzmarcik - Adolescent/ Adult Counselor

Jennifer Krzmarcik

While attending college, Jennifer was employed at ATTIC Correctional Services as a community service crew supervisor and an interim case manager for the Diversion Program. Prior to joining the FCP Health & Wellness AODA team, Jennifer worked for North Central Health Care as a crisis tech in the CBRF and Lakeside Recovery medically-monitored 21-day substance abuse treatment program. Jennifer strongly believes in the power of the therapeutic partnership to help uncover the strengths and resources we all possess in order to bring about the changes we desire in our lives.

Outside of work, Jennifer loves spending time with family, especially her daughter. Along with her love for traveling, Jennifer also enjoys reading, drawing and making arts and crafts.

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Nicholas Bolte - Adolescent/ Adult Counselor

Nicholas Bolte

To fulfill a requirement for his degree at Nicolet Area Technical College, Nicholas was an intern at the Forest County Potawatomi Health & Wellness Center AODA department for several months. Upon his graduation in May 2018, Nicholas was hired on as a full-time counselor. Nicholas also has previous work experience with the Vilas County Social Services Department - Economic Support Division.

Nicholas is a lifelong resident of the northwoods and enjoys being an active member of his community. He has been a pitching coach at several area high schools since 2010; he enjoys teaching the game of baseball and the art of pitching to younger generations. Nicholas measures his accomplishments not by wins and losses, but by the success of his student-athletes in the classroom and in their communities — an ideology that he also brings to his clients through counseling.

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Lew Boyd - Recovery Coach

After 22 years of employment with the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin, a large portion of which he spent as the project manager of the Community Development Department, Lew joined the FCP Health & Wellness AODA staff as a recovery coach in 2017. Prior experience of Lew’s also includes working for the Milwaukee Indian Council on Alcoholism in the 1970s.

In 1984, Lew was selected by the U.S. State Department to assist 32 African nations at coaches training camps in Africa preparing athletes for the 1984 Olympic games held in Los Angeles, CA. Later that same year, he signed a contract with the U.S. Sports Academy of Mobile, AL, to coach amateur boxing in the Nation of Brunei. In 2012, Lew was inducted into the Menominee Nation Athletic Hall of Fame. Lew and his wife of 34 years have teenage sons. He also has one grown son, who has blessed him with two grandchildren. Along with watching vintage boxing films, Lew also enjoys reading, playing chess, and fishing.

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Jacob Struble - Transitional Treatment Manager

Jacob Struble

The struggle with sobriety is one that Jacob is personally familiar with; he has been in recovery since April 2013. Jacob started working the AODA field in 2014, and his own experiences continue to drive him in his mission to help others going through similar experiences. The positive direction that Jacob sees the FCP AODA department going in encouraged him to join the team, and he is happy to be a part of creating a brighter future for the Potawatomi Community.

Jacob and his wife will soon welcome their first child. They hope to have a few more children as well, since Jacob comes from a large family; he is the youngest of five children. In the woods and on the water are where Jacob feels most at ease. He enjoys hiking, snowshoeing, camping, and fishing. Jacob’s hobbies also include cooking, creating new meals and trying different ethnical foods. Learning the traditions of the Potawatomi tribe from elders and youth has also become a great interest to Jacob.

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Peggy Victor - LPC, MSE, BS, Recovery Coach

Peggy Victor

Since 2011, Peggy has been a recovery coach with the Forest County Potawatomi Health Division. Peggy is passionate about the work she does and the impact she makes in others lives. With over 30 years of personal experience walking and living on the Red Road of Wellbriety, Peggy understands the struggles of sobriety firsthand.

When not working with clients, Peggy enjoys camping, walking, fishing, and attending Native American powwows and recovery events. Peggy also loves spending time with her daughter and grandchildren.

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