Jon Keller, CDAAC, has spent the last five years helping people with substance abuse. Jon lost his brother to the disease of addiction and decided to dedicate his life to helping others. He graduated from California Nurses Educational Institute, where Dr. Harry Hartunian (physician director Betty Ford) gave him his diploma. Jon himself has suffered from addiction and understands the struggles associated with not only getting sober, but building a life. Jon works as a Senior Case Manager, helping recovering addicts to become productive, happy, and sober individuals. He also believes that addiction is a family disease which is why Jon works with the entire family system to create a positive support structure. Jon is deeply involved in the recovery community and volunteers at Roy’s Homeless Shelter. Jon is a huge dog lover, and has a Jack Russel Terrier named Tony. He also is well traveled and lived abroad for over 8 years in Sweden, he is fluent in Swedish. He enjoys traveling and learning about different cultures. Jon Keller is a proud member of the Ken Seeley Community and the Intervention 911 team.