About Us

Peace Club is a collection of individuals - held together by a love for people and their stories. We’re taking what’s proven to work in Opioid recovery, leaving the parts that don’t work behind, and replacing it with something fresh and creative.

We help individuals and communities recover from opioid addiction

Peace Club was started out of necessity. Too many of our friends and neighbors have died from opioid related deaths or find themselves stuck in a cycle of dependency. Our goal is to take the best from the addiction industry and add the pieces we believe are missing: quality over convenience, innovation over convention, and people over profits.



This is what recovery with us looks like

1. Dual Diagnosis

Rarely is addiction not driven or complicated by mental health disorders. Alongside Opioids, we specialize in treating Anxiety Disorders, PTSD, and other chemical and behavioral addictions.

2. Evidence Based Therapy With a Focus on Harm Reduction

Doing whatever it takes to stay alive and well. Medication-assisted treatment, medication management, Suboxone tapers, and Vivitrol are a few examples. EMDR and Accelerated Resolution Therapy for trauma issues. Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention.

3. Experiential

The spaces we spend our time in, the food we eat, and how we move our bodies impact how we feel. This doesn’t change during recovery. We’ve created an environment you can rest, recuperate, and be inspired in so you can focus on healing.


  Peace Club's Cocoa Beach Office — Across the street from the ocean and a short 15-20 minute walk on the beach from our recovery residence.

Peace Club's Cocoa Beach Office — Across the street from the ocean and a short 15-20 minute walk on the beach from our recovery residence.


Relationship-Centered Treatment

Above all: We genuinely care about people. To this end, we believe truly caring for people requires keeping things small and relationship-centered. The maximum number of people in any group or residence is 10.

Relationship-centered treatment allows us to meet your actual needs, treat you as an individual, and prevent cookie-cutter programming. All activities, treatment, and programs are gender-specific and rooted in the philosophy that change happens through relationships and experiences... not purely at a cognitive level.

Through experiences the power of relationships are formed, and through relationships our wounds and destructive tendencies are healed.





Denny Kolsch, LMHC
Co-Founder & Chief Clinical Officer

Denny Kolsch is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and specialist in treating Opioid addiction. He helped start Peace Club after several friends died from Heroin and Fentanyl overdose. Denny is on the Brevard County Opioid Task Force, and also sits on the FBI’s panel for their documentary film, “Chasing the Dragon: The Life of an Opioid Addict.” Over the past 10 years, Denny has worked with To Write Love on Her Arms, sharing his story of hope and recovery from heroin addiction at colleges, high schools, and communities across the US, Canada and U.A.E. He has dedicated his life to bringing healing to families and communities affected by the American Opioid Crisis.


Skyler Vander Molen
Co-founder, Marketing & Operations

Skyler has been working in design since 2006. From 2012-2016 he worked as an Art Director at Facebook's in house marketing agency, The Factory. Prior to Facebook, he was part of the founding team at Postmates where he led design. Skyler holds a B.S. in Information Technology from Florida State.

Dr. Siddharth Arora, DO, MS
Medical Director & Psychiatrist

Dr. Arora is board certified and fellowship trained. With an extensive background in Adult Psychiatry, Addiction Medicine, and Interventional Pain Medicine, he began his medical education at Midwestern University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Downers Grove, Illinois. He then went on to complete his Psychiatry Residency training from the world renowned Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio where he focused on the treatment of addiction and chronic pain, before pursuing an Interventional Pain Medicine fellowship from Nova Southeastern University/Larkin Hospital in South Miami, Florida.

Dr. Arora has also completed a Masters of Science degree in Human Anatomy from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, and a visiting fellowship in Neuro-modulation (including ECT, TMS and tDCS) from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina.  

Dr. Arora's diverse experience makes him especially well versed in the myriad of complex patient presentations and novel therapeutic treatment options available today. 

Dr. Arora also likes to remain active in academia with several publications and speaking engagements. 

Tania, MS, LMFT-S, E-RYT 200, Peace Club Therapist

Tania, MS, LMFT-S, E-RYT 200

Tania is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Qualified Supervisor. She had been in the field and working with dual-diagnosis since 2010. Tania received her undergraduate degree from Florida International University and a double major in English and Women's Studies. Tania attended Carlos Albizu University, the Miami Campus, and has a Masters of Science in Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy. She has training in TF-CBT, CBT, DBT, NAPPI, CPI, and Gottman Level 1, and is a certified yoga teacher through Yoga Alliance. 

Jerry, RMHI, Peace Club Therapist

Jerry, RMHI

Jerry has been working in the mental health field since 2015. He received his undergraduate degree in Biology from Clearwater Christian College and later received his Masters of Arts in Professional Counseling from Liberty University. Jerry’s own six year struggle with opioids and prescription medication addiction led him to want to inspire and help others face their mental health struggles and walk them through their recovery. His story is featured on addictioncenter.com.

Logan, Peace Club Community Liaison

Community Liaison

Logan’s diverse background includes the building trades, food experience, and outdoor and adventure sports education. As a tradesman, he’s worked on projects throughout US and abroad. Passionate about transformation and collaboration, Logan is focused on building events and experiences involving food and the outdoors.

Bria, Peace Club Office Manager

Office Manager

Experienced in both medical and dental care, Bria has a tremendous dedication to serving others. She strives to always be a betterment in the lives of those around her and is both willing and able to handle challenges with perseverance and care.

Michelle, Peace Club Accounts Payable & Receivable

Accounts Payable & Receivable

With a degree in Medical Administration, Michelle has worked in the medical field for over 20 years in various settings from clinics to hospitals.  She has a heart for helping and loves supporting those who are making things happen.

Ashley, BA, RYT 200, Peace Club Yoga Instructor

Ashley, BA, RYT 200
Yoga Instructor

Ashley is a yoga instructor focusing on mind and body therapy for addiction recovery through movement and meditation. She holds a BA in Communications from the University of San Diego and is studying to become a Certified Addiction Counselor. She is also an activist for opioid addiction prevention education in Brevard County. Ashley is passionate about aiding people through recovery due to the loss of her brother from opioids and from seeing other family members struggle with addiction.