Treatment and Recovery – Jason Fitzemeyer

Jason Fitzemeyer is the founder of Hope & Grace Recovery Center.

 

Talking Treatment and Recovery with Jason Fitzemeyer the founder of Hope & Grace Recovery Center. It is Jason’s passion to work in the field of addiction since he became sober himself. He began working in the field of recovery as a marketing coordinator, where he learned the ins and outs of the field. Jason’s personal and professional experience in the Chemical Dependency industry is what motivated him to design a program that will help each client begin the process of reaching their full potential through spiritual progress and learning to live life sober one day at a time. Jason has become an integral part of the Hope & Grace Recovery Center team; in ensuring that client needs are met.

Please take the time and get to know Jason and his staff by calling 954-496-5853 or by going to Hope & Grace Recovery Center

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