Primary Care Coordinator
David Grey has worked in the recovery services field for over 17 years. He is a certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor, CADCll, with the California Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors, CAADAC. He obtained his certification at San Diego City College, San Diego, California. David also holds a Masters degree in Marriage, Family, Child Therapy from the University of Phoenix and is currently a Marriage, Family Therapist Intern (MFTI). David’s specialty is in addiction and recovery, including support system development and relapse prevention.
David has worked in a variety of treatment settings, including acute detoxification, adult and adolescent inpatient and outpatient treatment, long-term residential rehabilitation programs, as
well as working with individual families. His experience includes service to a variety of populations, including adolescents, adults, families, dual-diagnosed and the elderly. Mr. Grey also serves as a relapse prevention counselor in a long-term transitional rehabilitation program, 12 to 18 months,
for veterans who have developed problems with addiction and homelessness.
David Grey specializes in teaching and counseling groups and individuals on all aspects of understanding addiction, and the necessary requirements for a successful lifestyle of recovery, including focus on emotional and spiritual growth, as well as personality transformation. He also has extensive experience working in areas of program supervision, development and design with a variety of treatment agencies in the San Diego area. David is passionately committed to helping those challenged by addictive disorders to find a process of recovery that will provide individuals with real, meaningful and lasting change in their lives.
Mr. Grey served on the Oral Examiners Board for the California Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors from 2002 until 2010. His position was that of an Oral Examiner for applicants taking the orals examination to become certified addictions counselors.