Matt has been in recovery from addiction for the past 4½ years. In that time – he got married, had a child, graduated College, attained a professional certification (PMP) and enrolled in Rutgers University’s School of Continuing Professional Education. Prior to getting clean and sober he lived a singular existence consumed by his addiction. Now he is an active member of a 12-step fellowship. He also recently converted to the Episcopal Faith, where he volunteers with their Helping Hands and Food Distribution programs. He is an employee and volunteer at the Center for Prevention and Counseling through the OOPR Grant and C.L.E.A.R. peer recovery program.