Founder, Co-Owner and Program Director
Jamie Engel is the Founder, Co-Owner, and Program Director for Circle City Sober Living. For the past decade he has worked extensively with families and businesses around the world creating out-of-the-box treatment solutions & case management in the field of addiction & mental health consulting. Jamie also managed and developed new programs and areas of interest for FBHC Advisors diverse team. He worked with the team to develop and implement solutions for families and businesses to tailor treatment plans specifically to each client. Jamie also specialized in managing individuals through the re-entry process, often facilitating a post treatment return-to-home process or on-the-road support with individuals who travel professionally.
Jamie helped raise awareness and break down the stigma around addiction and mental health awareness in the Twin Cities Jewish community as a founding member of the “Not OUR Kids” conference committee. Jamie believes the essence of growth and healing stems from connection, and we cannot foster connection without recognizing prejudice against our marginalized communities and nurturing true empathy. Jamie is a graduate of Indiana University-Purdue University of Indianapolis, with a major in English Literature & Creative Writing, minor in Applied Music, and a focus on adolescent & young adult counseling and consulting.