Ben Cort

A must-see event for any parent, community member, or person who works with kids or young adults

The Wyoming Association of Sheriff & Chiefs of Police (WASCOP) and community prevention coalitions are partnering to proudly bring Ben Cort to communities around Wyoming this fall. Ben Cort is a fun and engaging speaker who will share insight and facts as to the harmful effects of marijuana. Registration is free. This is a must-see event for any parent, community member, or person who works with kids or young adults.

About Ben Cort

Ben-Cort-headshot-sqBen’s passion for recovery, prevention and harm reduction comes from his own struggle with substance abuse. Sober since 6/15/96, Ben has been a part of the recovery community in almost every way imaginable; from a recipient to a provider to a spokesperson Cort has a deep understanding of the issues and a personal motivation to see the harmful effects of drug and alcohol abuse minimized.

In 2012 Ben left his position as a HR director with a Denver based S&P 500 firm to help start the Colorado based nonprofit, Phoenix Multisport. As an original board member and then their first full time employee, Ben was instrumental in building this organization that has received frequent national recognition for their innovative approach to building sober communities around sport and healthy activities.

Ben joined the drug policy conversation at the national level in 2012 after leaving PM to join the “No on 64” Campaign. Following the passage of A64 Ben was appointed to the Board of Directors of Project SAM (Smart Approaches to Marijuana). Ben’s interest in the intersection of recovery and public policy has made him frequent guest in the media and popular speaker.

In 2015 Ben started ATMO, an organization advocating for responsible and ethical marketing practices in the addiction treatment field. ATMO provides a framework for organizations to improve their practices and education to individuals in the field.

Ben is The Director of Professional Relations for CeDAR, a world-class center for residential addiction and co-occurring disorders treatment in Aurora, CO that is part of the University of Colorado Health System.


Riverton, WY
September 8th
Central Wyoming College – Robert A. Peck Arts Theater

Cheyenne, WY
September 28th
6-8 pm
Laramie County Community College Training Center 120

Rawlins, WY
October 6th
Jeffrey Center

Pinedale, WY
November 2nd
Sublette County Prevention Education Summit

Rock Springs, WY
November 17th
1-3 pm
Bunning Hall

Evanston, WY
November 18th
9:30-11:30 am
Evanston High School

December 7th
2-4 pm
CCHS Auditorium

December 8th
10 am-12 pm
Bomber Mountain Civic Center
63 North Burritt Ave

December 8th
6-8 pm
Douglas Middle School

Laramie, WY
May 2017
Location and Date/Time TBA

Additional communities dates and times to be added. Please check back often.


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