Stick with the Winners! –
April 9, 2019 – In June of 2011, Zach successfully got sober. At just three and a half years into sobriety, Zach was diagnosed with Bi-Polar Disorder 1.In 2016, Zach moved to Jerusalem where he earned his International License as a Drug and Alcohol Counselor. After working for two years abroad, he returned to Los Angeles in pursuit of helping others. While back in California, Zach worked for five different facilities before starting A Life After Recovery, or ALAR for short. ALAR helps people suffering from both substance abuse and mental health issues integrate back into mainstream society more seamlessly. Not only does ALAR work with individuals, but also with families in order to change family dynamics. ALAR is also proud to serve as an educational resource for our local communities and institutions. Zach holds a CADC-II and ICADC through CCAPP and IC&RC.