Mike moved out to Los Angeles from Ohio to get sober. He has a background of working in treatment in an operations capacity and is highly motivated when it comes to helping people struggling with alcohol and drug addiction. After years of going in and out treatment with varying lengths of sobriety Mike has been able to now maintain multiple years or sobriety. Mike enjoys an active lifestyle and uses his background as a personal trainer to stay physically fit believing that staying physically active is vital to the recovery process.
Josh Cornelius grew up in West Deptford, New Jersey. Being the middle child of Three boys, life was a bit rough and unforgiving for Josh. He stood out as a young man in high school athletics. He played Three different sports and loved being part of a team. He was a leader in high school football and was offered scholarships at a few different colleges. His life off the field, however, took president over his future and drugs became the number one priority in his life. He went through the ups and downs of addiction until he hit rock bottom and entered treatment in 2019. Josh has continued to enjoy being a member of a team by promoting events and sports activities for the clients in the house. He enjoys creating an environment of competition and success through group sports, and we appreciate that Josh can cultivate that atmosphere to add to our program. We are excited to have Josh as our manager at The Nook Sober Living.
Austin Harris grew up in Chicago, Illinois. He attended University of Missouri for 4 years before realizing he needed help with his alcoholism. Upon reaching out to his parents he entered a Wilderness Rehabilitation Program and then upon completion moved out to Los Angeles to continue his journey of sobriety. After achieving multiple years of sobriety, he is now finishing up his degree in Psychology and Sociology at Whittier College and aspires to work in therapy and drug counseling. Austin is incredibly passionate about using his education and experiences to help others achieve the happiness and success he has found in the recovery process.