Dillon is currently the Executive Director for the Center for Recovery and Wellness Resources, a recovery community organization. With 29 years of sobriety, he entered the field of addiction by Divine intervention. Dillon has 24 years of experience as a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC); he also has a proven track record as a Certified Criminal Justice Professional (CCJP). He was among the first graduates of the Texas Treatment Initiative Program endorsed by the late Governor of Texas, Ann Richards. Upon graduating the program he became a member of Winners Circle Peer Network, a recovery support group.
The Winners Circle’s Peer Support Network was designed to assist formerly incarcerated individuals re-enter into society, serving as a recovery vehicle for the community. After serving as Chairman over the 8 Winners Circle Chapters across Texas for 8 years, Dillon became the Program Director for the Houston Chapter. One of the organization’s primary focuses is mentoring and coaching individuals in the community with substance use disorders.
Dillon had trained Therapeutic Communities for 5 years and 11 years as a trainer for peer recovery support services for the state of Texas and is the chairperson of the Houston Recovery Initiative –Recovery Peer Support Workgroup. Establishing Peer-to-Peer recovery models has become his passion. These trainings provide coaching skills to both professionals as well as non-professionals. One of his favorite mottos is “In order to keep it, you must give it away.” His main desire is to reach all communities throughout the city of Houston and surrounding areas by providing recovery coach training and enhancing recovery support services.