Located in St. Paul, Minnesota, Justin Diehl provides intervention and sober companionship services through his company Recovery in Action. Prior to founding his organization, Diehl spent three years as an intervention specialist with Ferguson Behavioral Health Consulting, an international network of substance abuse and addiction specialists working with individuals and families with case management, program selection and post-treatment services.
Diehl opened Recovery in Action in 2015. In addition to his work with Ferguson Behavioral Health Consulting, Diehl, who himself is in recovery, served as alumni liaison at Hazelden’s Graduate School of Addiction Studies and was also the house manager at The Retreat, a sober living facility in the city of St. Paul. Before working in recovery, Diehl was a studio director for Fox Broadcasting.
Diehl’s clients remark on his dependability, generosity and accessibility. His studies at Hazelden and work with Ferguson have given him valuable experience with clients suffering from dual diagnosis. He works with the whole family to find treatment solutions for themselves and their loved ones, and he also works with businesses assisting employers in getting help for addicted employees.
Post-Intervention and Summary
Justin Diehl has been helping clients transition into and out of treatment for over a decade. In addition to his intervention, transport and companion services, Diehl speaks about addiction at area schools and community organizations. With deep roots in the Minneapolis/St. Paul recovery community, he’s able to help clients discover the resources and treatment options that will help them achieve long-term success in sobriety.
Recovery In Action
1043 Grand Ave. Ste. 133
St. Paul, MN 55105
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