Dan Cronin began his career in the Substance Abuse and Behavioral Health field over nineteen years ago working with high profile clients in the entertainment industry. He facilitated the start up of the Substance Abuse and Behavioral Health Program for the NHL/NHLPA which provides comprehensive services for active and retired players and their dependents. Based on the success of the NHL program, Dan and his team developed a similar program for Major League Soccer providing services to the players and their families as well as training and supervision to program counselors throughout North America.
In addition to his work in the entertainment and sports arenas, in 1997 Dan founded Assessment Intervention Resources (AIR) which soon became the leading Alternative Sentencing Firm in the country. In his most recent venture, Dan is honored to now sit on the board of Directors and act as Clinical Advisor for the Veteran’s Healing Initiative, a not-for-profit organization providing scholarships to veteran’s for inpatient dual diagnosis care. In his spare time, Dan trains like a maniac having completed 10 Iron Men triathlon races all post age 50. In his “down time”, Dan hangs out with his lovely wife Molly, step-son Michael and dog Sadie.