Tara Gleave prepared her entire young life to enter the family law practice, but after taking several science classes at Weber State University and getting accepted into the nursing program, Gleave found her passion — and began what has now been a 20-year career.

As a nurse and now business owner of Pomarri Drug Rehab & Addiction Center, she never considered a career in drug rehabilitation and addiction treatment until she started working for New Roads Treatment Center as the nursing director to help them satisfy their credentialing requirements. She met a doctor there who specialized in addiction treatment and Gleave became immersed in the treatment and care of individuals whose lives and families were being destroyed due to substance abuse and addiction.

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