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Charlie Sunn

Currently has availability

Provides services in CCS


Peer Support

Reentry Support

Substance Use Recovery Coaching

Health and Fitness Mentoring

Spiritual Support

Youth through Adults

Mental Health and Substance Use Challenges

Formerly Incarcerated

With a life journey that has taken her from the reservation in Lac du Flambeau to traveling across communities, Charlie has settled in Chippewa Falls. Charlie brings a deep well of personal experience and compassion to her role as a mother, mentor, spiritual advisor, recovery coach, and wellness trainer.


Drawing strength from overcoming her own challenges with abuse, trauma, substance use disorder, mental health issues, and life's adversities, Charlie guides others on their own paths towards personal growth and healing. Her Christ-centered life provides a profound source of hope, resilience, and faith in the assurance of positive transformation.


Charlie's areas of experience span from navigating through toxic environments, addiction recovery, mental and emotional wellness, managing anxiety and depression, embracing cultural diversity, and achieving a balanced lifestyle. Charlie's life is rooted in building strong support systems, cultivating self-awareness, and nurturing a lifestyle of holistic well-being through fitness, nutrition, and spiritual grounding.


With an open heart and mind, Charlie has supported families and communities both locally and across reservations through ministry work. She has a genuine desire to see people thrive and communities heal. Charlie creates a safe, judgment-free space for individuals to explore their struggles, gain clarity, and develop actionable steps towards the life they envision, knowing change is always possible. 


  "The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall."

 Nelson Mandela 

   "For I know the plans and thoughts that I have for you,’ says the Lord, ‘plans for peace and well-being and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope."

 Jeremiah 29:11

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