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Chris Monterosa’s life experiences led him to the mental health and recovery industry in 2013, when he began his career providing direct client care as a mental health technician. He is a proud graduate from California State University–Sacramento where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. Chris’ career path has taken him through multiple departments to enhance and further expand his knowledge of the behavioral health industry. He found his true calling as the Director of Business Development, working directly with clients and the teams who assist clients in their greatest time of need. Chris has a true passion for recovery and is grateful to be a member of the Valley Recovery Team. He is also the co-chair of the Sacramento Chapter of the Men’s Association for Addiction Treatment.
In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, his dogs, the outdoors, and sports.
Glenn has worked in the addictions field since 2002. Glenn has always had a passion for working with others. He has held positions of lead counselor, program director and has also been an instructor and lecturer in substance abuse education as well as substance abuse counselor training. He currently holds the credentials of licensed advanced alcohol and drug counselor in the state of California .
Joe had a dream to help guide those struggling with addiction into a new way of life. In 2014, he was accepted as a volunteer mentor at River City Recovery, where he learned to work with others and was mentored by staff. Joe earned a diploma in alcohol and drug studies for the recovery practitioner and was brought on as staff as a counselor/intern.
In 2016, Joe left River City Recovery and continued his growth as a counselor and journey helping others. Joe was hired by Bridges as a recovery specialist where he worked with parents with COS cases who were granted help with substance abuse. At Bridges, Joe was again mentored by several seasoned counselors.
In 2019, Joe went back to his residential roots and joined the VRC staff. He also works with at-risk youth and enjoys being a teen group facilitator. Joe has a passion for helping people see the truth, get sober, set new goals and take control of their lives. In his free time, he enjoys reading, going to the gym, music and being a part of the recovery community.