Dan Workman was born in Utah to a devout Mormon family. After spending two years in Puebla, Mexico serving an honorable Mormon Mission, he suffered a crisis of faith and subsequent downward spiral into the world of parties and drugs. He tells his full story of rebellion, ruin and redemption in his book "Black Tar Mormon" to show that addiction does not discriminate... but neither does hope. Dan now devotes his time to inviting others to recovery. He is the founder of "Quitters Prosper" and "Keep Hoping People." He also works as a board member with 10,000 Beds and as a Regional Recovery Executive with Rivermend Health.