Four Keys is driven by the belief that everyone, regardless of their personal circumstances is capable of living a purpose-filled life, free from addiction.
Our mission is to help addicts and their families get into recovery and find a treatment program that best fits their needs. We motivate people in recovery to recognize their potential and access the tools they need to live the life they want. We also educate the youth and increase awareness about the pitfalls of addiction while actively working to remove the stigma associated with addiction and recovery.
TODD ZALKINS BIO:
Todd Zalkins, CADC-I is a highly sought-after addiction specialist, private counselor, interventionist, and public speaker. He’s also a published author and award-winning filmmaker. Todd’s “All-In” Interventions has earned a reputation as one of the nation’s leading intervention and recovery developers. His team of specialists has over 60 years of experience helping families and their loved ones to get the help they need and recreate their lives.
His gripping memoir, “Dying for Triplicate” has sold more than 50,000 copies worldwide and details Todd’s harrowing 17-year addiction to prescription painkillers. It takes the reader through his hellish experience in detox and into his first 18 months of recovery. The book, which continues to receive critical acclaim, has inspired thousands of sufferers worldwide to seek treatment.
In 2017, Todd brought his story to the big screen by releasing the award-winning documentary “The Long Way Back: The Story of Todd “Z-Man” Zalkins,” a story of redemption and recovery. The film casts a long overdue spotlight on the unspoken stigma of prescription painkiller addiction and gives hope to those struggling to regain control. The film won the award for “BEST DOCUMENTARY” at the prestigious Phoenix Film Festival and the “AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD” at the Reel Recovery Festival.
Todd is the Founder and CEO of Four Keys, Inc., an integrative enterprise that encompasses four major aspects of recovery: interventions, treatment recommendation, private counseling, and public speaking & education. He is also the co-founder of The Nowell Family Foundation and Bradley’s House, a non-profit treatment facility opening in 2018 for musicians suffering from opiate addiction who otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford treatment. Todd is driven by the belief that everyone, regardless of their personal circumstances is capable of living a purpose-filled life, free from addiction.