United Men in Recovery was founded in 2000 by a group of men dedicated to empowering and strengthening the recovery community.
Terence recovered from homelessness and a fifteen year chemical addiction. After leaving Dayton, he came to Volunteers of America in Columbus, Ohio in 2001 and successfully completed their treatment program. He then became the first client to join their staff.
He has been a Liscenced Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC) in the State of Ohio for 6 years.
Terence is a U.S. Army Veteran, a Volunteer with the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections and Facilities Relapse Prevention. He is a memeber of the New Covenant Believers Church, Bishop Howard Tillman, Pastor.
Marcus’ passion for working with individuals of diverse backgrounds comes from his personal experience of overcoming homelessness and drug addiction. Through his faith and knowledge of the recovery process he continues to be an example to the addict who still struggles with addiction.
His many years of professional training include Relapse Prevention, Crisis Intervention and Conflict Resolution. He has received additional training and screening and assessment of dually diagnosed clients and was certified by the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Boards.
Marcus is an avid sports fan, and is involved in the progression of his community.