By Ryan GaydosOriginal Source: foxnews.com
Anthony Fasano was a standout tight end at Notre Dame and played 12 seasons in the NFL and while he had been a part of some winning teams and playoff runs, the work he’s doing off the field is more remarkable.
Fasano, 37, has been working with athletes and college students to help them battle through addiction and substance abuse and to keep their mental fitness sharp. He is the President of Athletics at the All Points North (APN) Lodge – a Colorado-based facility that works with people seeking "trauma therapy, addiction treatment or mental health work."
Fasano told Fox News in a recent interview he got started in the addiction treatment and mental health field after a close family member was struggling with addiction. In the wake of the family member’s treatment and recovery, Fasano helped start an all-male program in Florida called Next Chapter Addiction which was later merged with APN.Since then, Fasano has been working with athletes and others to help...click here to continue reading