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.
Nick Nelson grew up the youngest of 3 children in Rome, Georgia. An accomplished athlete in high school, Nick excelled in football, baseball, track, and wrestling. He also completed a technical degree in Electrical Line Work. After a 10 year struggle with opiate addiction, Nick moved to Los Angeles to get sober. While in LA he has successfully managed an auxiliary branch in the hospitality service industry before seeking a more fulfilling position in the recovery sector. The same passion he had for sports and service translates into a management style that is equal parts professional yet approachable, firm yet friendly, but always recovery and goal oriented to help our clients reach their dreams, no matter how lofty they may be.
Zachary Schoeber comes to us from Burlington county New Jersey. Zach grew up with a single mom and a father that struggled with major addiction. Zach found drugs at an early age struggled with an unmanageable lifestyle throughout his early adult life. Eventually he went through electrical trade school and worked as an electricians apprentice for a few years. After some traumatic events, and tired of chasing his addiction, he decided to move to the Bay Area to get help. After numerous rehab attempts he moved to Los Angeles and finally found a structured sober living and a community that could help him learn how to live a sober lifestyle. “Working with, and helping other struggling alcoholics has helped with with my own journey, and I am excited to be a part of the team and make a difference in other people’s lives. “
Mike grew up just outside of Washington D.C. in Montgomery County Maryland. After graduating high school he attended the University of Maryland but quickly fell victim to opioid addiction like so many others. His education and everything else that was important to him took a backseat to his addiction. He struggled for many years and after multiple attempts to get sober has finally found stability and happiness here in Los Angeles. After going through a structured sober living Mike now has multiple years of sobriety. He is eager to help people and to provide struggling addicts the tools that were given to him to help him stay sober.