Prior to retirement in 2013, Nick Jones was founder and CEO of Old Pueblo Community Services in Tucson helping and housing men and women coming out of prison and off the streets (with drug and alcohol problems), to adjust to freedom, find employment, and become productive members of society. In 18 years, he helped over 25,000 clients off the streets of Tucson. He implemented programs based on his experience working in substance abuse treatment and recovery in Los Angeles.
Today, Nick is the Director and Founding Partner of Recovery in Motion Treatment Center (RIM). RIM is a 30-bed medium-income residential substance abuse treatment center that serves clients from Tucson and around the country. He also owns Paxton House Sober Living which operates nine recovery homes in Tucson, Arizona.
Nick has served on the board of bpm for approximately five years. His primary role is providing consultation and guidance in the acquisition, setup, and operation of a transitional living home for released offenders who have participated in bpm programs while incarcerated. “with over 25 years of experience, I couldn’t want to help bpm. We have the same passion for helping offenders re-enter the community. I also honor Pete and Sandy for their years of dedication spent in pursuing this mission and have been proud to play a small part.”