”Being in the mountains, that's a huge, huge part of me. It speaks to the balance in my life, having one foot in work and the other foot solidly planted in the things that fill my existence. I go out (almost every day) and drain myself physically, which fills me up emotionally and gets me excited to help others. It’s a major part of my own mental health. Without it I’m OK, but I’m not my best self without that connection to the outdoors and being disconnected from my phone and my email and the buzzing of the world around me."

- Adam, supervisor of clinic operations for Outpatient Behavioral Health, who loves just about any form of outdoor recreation, especially backcountry skiing and ski mountaineering