Jason Leslie is the owner and operator of Trinity By Traditions, a multi facet sober living community in South Florida. Trinity is one of the oldest and longstanding Recovery Residences in South Florida. Jason also has been in long term recovery since 2004. He holds a Bachelor of Science in public management with a minor in business from Indiana University. Jason possesses a direct approach of being on the front lines of combating and overcoming substance abuse issues in the surrounding recovery community of South Florida. Jason has obtained his CRRA as a Certified Recovery Residence Administrator, Certified Life Coach, Certified Recovery Support Specialist.
In 2004, Jason began his journey in recovery and became a resident of the homes. Under the tutelage and guidance of Dennis Organ, who instilled into Jason a life of leadership through principles of recovery, he managed the homes for two years. In 2006, Jason was given the opportunity to take over ownership and founded Trinity By Traditions. Jason then took on the role of owner and developed one of the most successful recovery residences in the South Florida region. Over the past five years, Jason has expanded the size of the homes to accommodate the growing need for a safe and sober environment to men newly introduced into recovery.
Jason believes implementing a hands on and direct approach as the owner operator and that extensive work with a resident freshly introduced to recovery brings long term success. This is done by instilling standards of recovery, integrity, accountability, honesty and upholding strong moral ethics within the community. This is also done by assisting men in rebuilding their lives in almost all facets. This “from the ground up” approach helps in building a strong foundation for his residents. Advocating and helping residents in forming new outlooks and building lives based around spiritual principles allows Jason to witness incredible and life altering changes in the residents of his homes.
Jason also maintains that upholding strong moral ethics in the way his recovery residence is run, also is an integral part of its success. He maintains an “old school” approach and viewpoint on recovery. This being the primary focus of his process rather than solely profiting from the business of recovery. Jason instills into the men of his homes that a strong moral code of love and tolerance needs to be maintained daily. This moral tenant, along with a level of care and compassion not only within the homes but also the surrounding community, helps mold and shape the men of his homes in becoming upstanding members of society.