Da’mont is a Senior Participant Support Specialist with CoLEAD.
Previously, he worked with several human services non-profit organizations such as Valley Cities Resource Center and Thunderbird Treatment Center as a support staff and SUDP, Lois Renfro Foundation working with at-risk youth, Seattle Indian Health Board as a SUDP/ Assessor, ETS Reach as an Intensive Case Manager for Health Care for the Homeless Network, and Royal Life Treatment Center as a group facilitator.
Da’mont pursued his education through Liberty University, Highline College, and Evergreen State College with a Human Services/Chemical Dependency degree and minor in Psychology. He also has experience in relapse prevention, anger management, life skills, overcoming codependency, mindfulness, spirituality, M.A.T, harm reduction, and has a holistic approach to human services.
Through his work at PDA, Da’mont is able to pursue his passion with assisting clients through their stages of change and achieving their desired recovery goals.
For self-care Da’mont likes to camp, hike, and fish at local lakes.