Danny Conroy

Real help for real life.

I’m Danny Conroy. Over fifteen years ago, I co-founded AIM House – a residential mentorship program in Boulder, Colorado. We help young people discover their strengths, find their purpose, reinforce their relationships, and claim independence so that they can live the lives they’ve imagined. Along the way, friends, colleagues, participants in the program, and their families have encouraged me to share my insights with the world. I created this website to bring together all of my work and do just that.

If you like easy answers and sugarcoated truth, you’ve probably come to the wrong place. I’m drawn to helping recovering addicts because I am one. Name a substance, I likely abused it at some point in my young life. I’ve exchanged the isolation of addiction for the broad landscape of recovery. I empathize deeply with the troubled young adult. Through genuine experience, I offer true hope to parents and real support to young adults struggling with life’s transitions.

From the blog

Marijuana Legalization Amidst a Thriving Recovery Landscape

I am a recovering addict and alcoholic. My drug of choice–though I used everything at one time or another–was marijuana. It was the thing I …

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Helping Remove the Parts of Ourselves That Are Not Us

I hope you are having a wonderful summer. My family and I had the great privilege of traveling to Italy and France this summer. It …

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A Failure to Launch, or to Develop?

I hope this letter finds you well. Recently, I have been collaborating with a brilliant young Harvard graduate named Cole who shares my passion for …

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