Jason Foltz, Chief Operations Officer

Jason Foltz, is the Chief Operating Officer and a cofounder of Prevention Concepts & Solutions. Jason also codeveloped our “Canine-Assisted Therapy” and “PACK” programs from his passion and love for dogs and especially dog training. He personally witnessed the effects that dogs have on recovery and wanted to touch as many lives as possible. Jason’s […]

Testimonial 2

“Thank you Prevention Concept’s for going above and beyond your Recovery Coach services.  Thank you for helping me file all my necessary paper work and FASFA application so I could enroll at Oakland Community College.  You were there when I needed someone the most, even when it meant coming out of your pocket to pay […]

giving back

Testimonial 1

After spending 8.5 years in prison total, and only 30 years old, I knew I wanted something different in my life. Little did I know I would meet the people who would help change my life. Not only was I given the chance to learn what true work ethics mean, being responsible for my actions, […]

Andy Larrimore

Jason, I wanted to take a few minutes to thank you and give you an update on Lucky Luciano Vom Wesburg. When I contacted you back in December in reference to getting a dog for police work, you were able to provide me with very helpful and honest information about a couple of dogs that […]

Debra Hanselman

Professional License: 05/2003 – Present, Licensed Master Social Worker State of Michigan, Clinical and Macro Social Work Practice, #6801081660,   Employment History:   Oakland Community College, Auburn Hills, Michigan MHS: Mental Health/Social Work Program 9/2018 – Present     Adjunct Instructor: Courses taught – Interpersonal Theory and Practice; Family Systems Theory and     Practice; and The Fundamentals […]

About Us

Our organization was founded in 2012 by Jason Foltz and David Dudek; two like-minded individuals who, after years of witnessing and experiencing the devastation caused by untreated or undertreated substance abuse and mental illness, decided to create programming that promoted alternative approaches to healing and recovery.