Imo Succo, MSW, Programs Manager / RHC
Imo is a member of the Navajo Nation tribe, born and raised on the Navajo reservation. She currently resides in southwest Colorado. She is the Programs Manager for the Indigenous Peer Recovery Program. The program is based on the Wellbriety model and implemented by the Indigenous Peer Recovery Program.
Her role as an RHC is to assist healthcare agencies in accessing training programs, educational materials, and sharing grant information that fills the needs in gaps of services in southwestern Colorado. She actively networks within the community while creating linkages for healthcare and community resource programs to support capacity building and agency relationships.
With Imo’s Navajo cultural upbringing, and her experience as a former public safety dispatcher, she educates the community on the topic of Native American Cultural Awareness, Substance Use and healthcare access through her lens. Imo finds this important throughout her journey in life and career. For more information about Imo’s work, please contact: [email protected]