Deputy Executive Director
Jason Good, B.A. Psychology
Jason has worked in the field of addiction and recovery for over 10 years. Having been an addict himself, he brings real-world experience to the table when helping addicts and their families, while also offering a first-person perspective to the current drug crisis.
Jason studied at the University of Miami and the University of Massachusetts and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology. Born and raised near Boston, Jason witnessed firsthand the emergence of the opioid crisis and the havoc it wreaked on society.
After becoming addicted to multiple substances, Jason attempted rehabilitation a number of times, with Narconon being the only program that worked for him.
Since becoming sober, Jason’s purpose became helping other addicts get out of the grave situation he was once in and helping to counsel their families who are going through the same thing his family once did.
Jason uses his unbridled passion to help minimize the effects of our country’s drug crisis through his work with Narconon students, his educational blog articles and public speaking events. Jason is also passionate about drug education, and he firmly believes that handling the problem drugs have created begins with educating our youth and preventing them from ever picking up drugs in the first place.