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Our Story

As one of our founders, Jim Metzger is excited to transform those who have lost hope through addiction and feel there is nowhere out of this lifestyle. His unique perspective to counseling and providing tools to those who are ready to change is ‘one-of-a-kind. 


Channeling in and correcting negative thinking will create the hope a person needs to believe in the process and see life differently. Understanding that addicts have hidden talents and gifts that are only fully understood by addicts. He believes that all addicts have a greater chance of becoming a true success story than lead to believe. 


Jim Metzger is living proof that you can and will become the person you are meant to be regardless of how you started in life! 


Our treatment center, located in Mission Viejo, CA. Walking distance from the Kaleidoscope off the 5 FWY.


JRV offers a peaceful & therapeutic setting that enables clients to focus on their recovery process.


With private offices and a spacious group environment, JRV’s goal is to support and facilitate a new sober lifestyle, concentrating on the everyday activities of daily living.


Imperial house is nestled in the rolling hills of beautiful San Juan Capistrano and just minutes from the beach.


5 Bedrooms situated on a ¼ acre lot. Our Imperial house offers 9 beds with ample outdoor recreational space, including a basketball area and spacious patio perfect for relaxing after a day of therapy.

Our Approach

"once you change the behavior, you will change the outcome" 

- Jim Metzger

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Meet Our Staff


Ryan Boron

Co- Founder | COO


Hard-working, detail-oriented, and focused on sound business stewardship. Ryan provides direction for day-to-day operations to the non-clinical staff and coordinates the experience for our clients between all departments. He has unique expertise in negotiating the administrative, clinical, and medical conflicts in a behavioral healthcare system, including intake coordinating, operations management, technician training, and infection prevention and control. His office management and legal compliance background give him a compelling intersection of experience and characteristics contributing to his effectiveness in the AOD treatment setting. Ryan enjoys surfing, snowboarding and has always felt deep down that helping others is where he would end up in his career.



Victoria’s passion for creating her treatment program was fueled by watching her family battle with addiction and often struggle to find support. She has made quality care through commitment and compassion her goal in helping clients achieve long-term sobriety. Victoria achieved Honors in Academics at Concordia University with her studies in Liberal Arts with a concentration in Educational Studies and now lives with her husband and two children. She prides herself on her nurturing and caring nature that motherhood has led her to and currently volunteers with women’s groups around the country, helping other mothers who have children or other family members struggling with addiction.

Victoria Latino

Co-founder | CEO

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Leo, a U.S. Marine Corps Veteran and Licensed Clinical Social Worker has worked in the behavioral health field for over 10 years. His career has included work in both English and Spanish, in the United States and abroad. His roles include Clinical Director, being a graduate-level professor, a national trainer for The Gorski-CENAPS Model or Relapse Prevention, as well as clinical work in telehealth and in-person settings. He takes pride in serving his society by raising awareness, leading with compassion, and staying committed to the fight for recovery. He has worked with clients from different walks of life and is always seeking to increase access of care to underserved populations. Leo has a Master of Social Work degree, is a husband, and a father of three.

Leonardo Martinez

LCSW, CADCII | Clinical Director

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