Helping Families Recover for Over 10 Years
More About Clayton
Clayton Ketchum, founder of The Last House and has specialized in sober living for young adults for over a decade. Working with substance abusers and their families, he has encountered a myriad of clients and loved ones and has found what he believes to be most influential in providing a space for successful recovery, which is what The Last House’s mission has become known for today. The Last House is a highly structured program that is designed to provide a safe, sober environment, by which clients will acquire skills, tools, and opportunities to recreate their lives.
Under Clayton’s leadership, The Last House has expanded to multiple locations and recovery services across Los Angeles. The instrumental growth of this sober living program has resulted in more opportunities for Clayton and his team to not only grow the company, but grow the organization’s efforts in helping people from all walks of life, backgrounds, and financial status to achieve success in recovery.
Clayton is seasoned in the recovery community with experience in 12-step recovery programs, after-care facilities, leadership, intervention modalities, drug and alcohol counseling, sponsorship, and committed to his passion for service and expansion within this field.
Clayton was born and raised in Los Angeles and attended Southwestern Oklahoma State University, where he studied business management and played football. One of Clayton’s biggest fulfillments besides recovery is rescuing at-risk dogs. Clayton enjoys spending time on his new passion of jiu-jitsu and traveling with his wife and two children.