Adam Faulkner is originally from Jeffersonville, Ohio, a small Midwestern town. After several years of active alcoholism and drug addiction, Adam found himself facing a 5th DUI charge and potentially looking at years in prison. As a result of his entire family’s commitment, he started his road to recovery in April 2017 with Family First Intervention, an effort initiated by his sister-in-law.
Following a successful intervention, Mr. Faulkner boarded a plane accompanied by the intervention specialist and took a flight to Phoenix where he entered detox and then an inpatient treatment program. As a result of the professional guidance received during the intervention planning process, Adam went on to graduate from a long-term treatment facility. While residing in a sober living home after graduation, he received notice that his 5th DUI case would be treated as his first offense, giving him the freedom to remain in Arizona and continue his recovery.
Adam Faulkner is actively involved in the recovery community and enjoys being of service as outlined in a 12-step program. He has a passion for assisting others throughout their journey in treatment as well as their transition back into society. Adam has worked in the field of recovery for 5 years, assisting families and clients in gaining insight about recovery, healthy communication, and boundaries. What once was a life filled with mind-altering substances, alcohol, chaos, and destruction has been transformed into a life full of hope, faith, gratitude, and growth. When Adam is not assisting others in seeking a solution in recovery, he spends time playing golf, visiting family, and connecting with friends.
“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter, and those who matter don’t mind.”― Bernard M. Baruch