David Marion is a nationally-known advocate for people struggling to overcome addiction and find recovery.
Using the adversity of his own story to inspire thousands of others to get help, today David is a Certified Intervention Professional and Recovery Coach and motivational speaker who “carries the message” of hope and healing.
David’s multiple addictions cost him everything; his wife and two daughters, a multi-million-dollar business, and nearly his life. He was sentenced to five years in the federal penitentiary where he found redemption and began to turn his life around.
He is the author of Addiction Rescue the No-BS Guide to Recovery, co-authored with his ex-wife Dana Golden.
Today David travels the country working with organizations and families to help those caught in the grip of addiction. He lives in Minnesota.
His website is The Life Recovery Coach
David's mission is to impact our country's youth with a positive message about addiction and recovery.
As children learn to navigate and survive the substance abuse they see around them they may be learning bad habits.
When children have the opportunity to hear what is healthy and not healthy, learning begins. David's passion is to educate through awareness, prevention, and intervention when children are in grade school, middle school, high school, and college. He has spoken to many adult groups as well.
David would like to continue spreading his message far and wide. He finds that the Opioid Epidemic in the United States is the leading cause of death in people under 50. David would like to reach people before they even start using substances to cope with stress. For people who already have an addiction, it is not too late.
The Life Recovery Coach's mission is to share the message that alcohol and substance abuse disorders are treatable.
The forecast for Opioid deaths is over 650,000 people in the next ten years. The need to listen to his message is now. David would like to reduction of the number of deaths and hearing his word is an excellent place to start.
More about David Marion
David graduated from The University of South Florida with a degree in Speech Communication. His adult career started as a Stock Broker on Wall Street where he quickly became the Sales Manager of a large firm.
It was this position that landed him on the path to motivational speaking and sales training. Leading a sales force of 60-100 brokers to record sales within the firm, he soon became sought after to lead and motivate other sales teams.
Since those days on Wall Street, and getting clean and sober, David took his experience as a leader, motivational speaker and sales trainer to the recovery communities. He has been speaking on a national circuit in recovery rooms, conventions and schools across the country for over 25 years.
David is a Nationally Certified Recovery Coach (NCRC) and Intervention Professional (NCIP) who has touched thousands of people with his message of hope, inspiration, and freedom from addictions.
He has worked with professional and amateur athletes, sports teams, CEO's and owners of major corporations as well as those from all walks of life, from teens to retirees. He has lived and lived through an opioid addiction.
With his passion for speaking out, coupled with the opioid epidemic, that is crippling our U. S. neighborhoods like a category 5 hurricane, he has turned his focus to fighting the opioid crisis in our country. By bringing his program of awareness, prevention and intervention to High Schools, Universities, Sports Teams, Corporate Events and the like, through his own story of addictions and incarceration, he is finding his redemption.
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In their first self-help book, David Marion and Dana Golden address the subject of addiction, or substance use disorder (SUD), and recovery. They take an in-depth look at recovering from all three areas of life that are affected by SUD; the body, the mind, and the spirit. This book is the perfect blend of David's story through multiple addictions and through the recovery of them, eye-opening facts and advice for those struggling or loved ones struggling with addiction. This book is written in an easy to follow, and in list format, to help anyone suffering from any type of obsessive behavior causing consequences in their life. Whether an addict or the loved one of an addict, Addiction Rescue is the one, all-inclusive book to get into and stay in recovery.