group of men working in a kitchen at The DistrictWe Conquer Addiction Together

The District Recovery Community is a group of individuals who have come together as a distinct unit to conquer a common characteristic: addiction. We strive to work together as a community to instill experience, strength, and hope within one another so that we may move forward positively in our lives, learning to adapt to a life of sobriety—one day at a time.

The spirit of fellowship and the bonds formed within this community of peers provides strength, focus, and support. The positive energy is harnessed in constructive ways so that every resident feels empowered and empowers others along their journey of recovery. Our addiction treatment programs and men’s and women’s sober living programs provide the comprehensive addiction support you need to make a lasting from your addiction. Upon your admission into an inpatient rehab center, the addiction treatment staff will conduct a mental health assessment to determine the underlying mental health disorders fueling your addiction to compile a mental health assessment that works best for you. Through addiction therapy, you will learn more about yourself, and the addictive behaviors that led to your addiction. You will develop healthy routines and valuable coping skills to avoid relapse in times of trauma. Addiction treatment programs and addiction therapy programs that provide the support for lasting drug addiction recovery include:

A Story Just Like Yours

Recovery Can Change a Life. We Know. It Changed Our Lives.

The District was founded by two young men who were once shackled by the seemingly hopeless chains of addiction. These men developed a passion for helping young men break the chains of addiction – Step by step, day by day, one day at a time.


Jack Petti

Jack Petti comes from a unique background, having struggled with addiction from the very early age of 12 years old. Addiction grabbed hold of Jack early on as he discovered that drugs and alcohol provided an escape for him, enabling him to numb negative feelings or emotions. With a tough upbringing in a family of ten siblings and a lack of family stability, Jack grew up getting into quite a bit of trouble as his addiction rapidly progressed.

Jack struggled with substance abuse while cycling in and out of boarding schools, wilderness programs and treatment centers for seven years before reaching bottom. At the age of 19, after years of living in self will, demonstrating extremely destructive behavior and shutting out everyone from his life, Jack came to the realization that he could no longer continue living the way he had been. He entered himself in a long-term treatment program in California with hopes of developing a better manner of living. Jack spent more than a year going through all levels of treatment programming and established a solid foundation for recovery.

He has used his story to help individuals struggling with the same problems he once struggled with. Jack now works in recovery, taking advantage of this platform to share his story, experience, strength and hope with young adults fighting to break free of the same seemingly hopeless state of despair he once knew all too well.


Reese Morgan
Executive Director

Reese Morgan is our Executive Director, however our relationship with Reese didn’t start as such. Reese began his journey with us as a House Manager four years ago, and that’s when he developed his passion for working with others. That very same passion for helping others and watching our clients lives materialize is what motivates Reese on a daily basis to help to ensure The District Recovery Community remains a safe, structured, and culturally sound environment for our clients. Serving as Executive Director, Reese provides oversight of all the day to day operations of The District, lending support to each department whenever necessary.

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Robert Leigh
Chief Marketing Officer

Robert has channeled his personal journey of recovery into a passion for working with families, clients, and fellow professionals alike to create solutions for individualized and long-lasting, sustainable recovery. Robert began struggling with substance abuse at a young age and cycled in and out of treatment centers and institutions before finally receiving the help that he needed. His motivation and drive comes from the opportunity to help others exit the destructive cycle that he spent so many years stuck in personally. Robert oversees and screens all inquiries for potential admissions to Renaissance Recovery and The District, coordinates smooth and safe transitions for clients admitting into our care, and facilitates outbound referrals to trusted professionals or facilities when appropriate.


Kevin Cataldi
Alumni Director

Kevin Cataldi has been an integral part of our Community for the past Three years. Kevin has the opportunity of serving as our Alumni Director; maintaining communication with clients that have graduated our program. Kevin also organizes monthly and semi-monthly community based activities, recovery support experiences and groups, and connects current clients with alumni, ensuring a continuous circle of peer to peer support. Kevin has assisted in building our Alumni community, such a powerful collective of people that we lean on to help show current clients that a better quality of life is truly possible.


Miranda Blevins

Miranda Blevins joined our family September 1st, 2019, serving as one of our Business Development Representatives. She was born and raised in the Dallas / Ft Worth area, and continues to call it home. Miranda’s journey through life has brought her face to face with the disease of addiction on numerous accounts. Witnessing family and addiction collide is what cultivated a passion within herself to contribute to the solution to be apart of helping others and providing a resource to her hometown.

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Kolby Seger
Community Director

As community director, Kolby is responsible for day to day operations at The District Recovery Community and serves as a liaison between the clinical team and District house management. A District alumni, Kolby brings a first hand understanding of the unique challenges presented to men in their journey through early sobriety, paired with a deep desire to pass on the gifts that he received from our program. He is pictured with his son and assistant to the community director Buddy, a district alumni and AKC therapy dog. Buddy can be found close to anywhere treats are found, bringing a message of unconditional love to our residents.

Grant Stevens
Community Leader

Grant has been with the district for seven months now and an employee for two! In his off time he enjoys working out, playing volleyball at the beach and exploring all the great scenery California has to offer. He has a passion for helping others.  Nothing is more gratifying than watching the lives of those around him change for the better!

Grants role at TDRC is a valuable one. He is a leader within our community, living and serving as a tremendous example as a young man in recovery.

Grants spends time with our clients helping them get healthy; physically spiritually, and emotionally.

Jordan Tyler
House Manager

Struggling with sobriety since his early teens and having experienced numerous treatment centers, Jordan found “The District” and connected with peers and staff in a way he’d not experienced previously. Through the process of recovery he developed a passion to help others find their way to sobriety with the amazing support and programs offered at TDRC. As a house manager and logistics coordinator he is fulfilling his passion to help those ensnared by addiction to rediscover life and to thrive while maintaining their sobriety. His desire to recalibrate the conversation regarding addiction coupled with encouragement absent the shame that keeps us in the shadows, and to reach those in bondage to addiction through the amazingly successful programs at TDRC.

Jamie Courtney

Jamie grew up in Alaska and moved to Orange County in 2015. She’s a licensed RADT-1 worker in the state of California, and has three years of experience working in the field of recovery. Her personal struggle with addiction, as well as her experiences living and working in sober environments, have motivated her to seek opportunities for growth within the sober community.

Bethany Feltus
Physical and Nutritional Instructor

Bethany aims to help better our clients psychical condition through coaching and mentoring. Bethany is a former military personnel. Bethany served in the Army for four years and is a professional gymnast. Bethany uses her talents and strengths to toughen the minds of our clients, challenges them by putting them under healthy amounts of resistance, and helps them grow and accomplish their goals. All her sessions are conducted on a Gender-Specific basis.

Contact The District to conquer your addiction by calling 844.287.8506 today.