• Josh Floyd, CPRS

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    Josh is a Tennessee native who was born and raised in Chattanooga, TN but has called Middle Tennessee his home for about eight years now. Josh was in active addiction for 17 years, but through God’s grace and the recovery communities in Tennessee and elsewhere, he has been clean for well over six years. He brings with him a servant’s heart and an intuitive empathy for the sick and suffering addict.

    Josh started his experience working in treatment as a recovery coach and realized he wanted to pursue more and take on further responsibility. He has since served in the following capacities: Counselor under supervision, Recovery Navigator, Recovery Navigator Supervisor, Program Manager, and Site Director. He is eagerly engaged in his new role as Outreach Coordinator. He will be facilitating relationships and placement with people starting the recovery process and deciding to change their lives.

    Josh is currently on the advisory board for the WE CARE Opioid Alliance, serves many roles in the local Anonymous community and is the founder/owner of Hopeshot Recovery, a local sober living/recovery home for newly recovering individuals. His hobbies are golf, live music events and going back to Chattanooga to see his family as often as possible.