Eric Cunningham
Chief Executive Officer

Rising through the aerospace and medical industries for over 25 years with unmatched energy and drive for success. Extensive experience in Operational Performance, Process Standardization and Fiscal Management as an Executive Business Partner with long-term goals.

A recognized business leader with tremendous success in meeting company proformas through strategic resource allocation, curbing costs through waste elimination and delivering results to meet company objectives and goals.

As Chief Executive Officer at Products For Recovery Management Group, Eric has built a strong organization that provides industry leading customer-care while maintaining fiscal success through enhanced team-building measures, metrics driven initiatives, and strategic solutions to capture additional market-share.

While serving as Executive Program Manager C-17 Globemaster Hill Air Force Base, Eric facilitated a new level of operational performance within an ever changing team of Military and Civil Employee union work-force. Establishing standardization process controls built a foundation for first-time quality success rates that drove down unit cost and significantly reduced manufacturing lead time and inventory costs.

As Founder of Jet Manufacturing Inc., Eric built an 18 year company from the ground-up to over 165 employees. Overall responsibility for Company Management, Fiscal Integrity, Systems Integration, Customer Service, Human Relations and Company Growth.

Earlier in his career as a Facilities Engineer and as a Quality Engineer with Goodrich Industries, Eric learned the importance of developing a successful business/product platform that can be repeated with the same positive results as this defines “measured success”.

Eric earned his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Kelsey-Jenney College (1987) San Diego, CA., along with a Top-Secret Clearance from the U.S. Government.

Eric’s passion for life extends well beyond the corporate arena, as he recently summited Mt. Kilimanjaro (Tanzania, Africa) with his wife and is an avid golfer and tennis player at the Coto De Caza Country Club.

Patrick Larrieu
Director of Client Care

Originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Patrick tried to get sober for 12 years. From the age of 20 to 32 countless attempts to stop using lasted only a few short months. Doing the geographical change to Florida he was unable to remain sober. In 2016 he tried one more time in a new area, Orange County, California, but again failed. After hitting a bottom like never before he was willing to remain open minded and willing because he knew his life depended on it. After being scholarshipped to our program, The Muse House in Los Angeles, he learned the simple keys to sobriety, One day at a time and never pick up.

After celebrating his 1 year of sobriety he was eager to give back to the program that saved his life. He immediately attained his RAD-T certification. On a daily basis Patrick does what was done for him, help the alcoholic/addict that is still suffering. He has dedicated his life to helping other by sharing his experience, strength, and hope to those in active addiction/alcoholism.

Melissa Luna
Program Manager

I am currently the Program Manager for The Muse House located in Chatsworth, CA. I have been part of the Muse family for just over a year now. Prior to that I worked as a Case Manager for a company named CareForward Health in Beverly Hills, CA. About a year into my position there, I was promoted to Program Manager and prior to that I worked for a company named Twin Town Treatment Center where I got my start as an intern and was hired right out of my internship and offered a full time position. Two years into my position there I was promoted to the Sr. Counselor position.

I have been working in the field steadily since May of 2012 and I can honestly say that I love it and I love it for so many reasons, addiction is very near and dear to my heart because it impacted my life for over 20 years. The thing I love the most about working closely with people getting sober is watching the lights in their eyes turn back on. I remember what that was like for me and it was a series of life changing moments. Working closely with people that have legal issues and have been in the penal system is also something that means a lot to me as I myself was institutionalized in the state prison system for 18 months as a result my addiction. Once I was released, I did not have a whole lot of hope being a convicted felon and I felt really un-hireable but someone really close to me suggested I go to school.

During my first year of sobriety I made the decision to go to school and become a certified drug and alcohol counselor. It was another one of those series of life changing moments. I am a really big believer in teaching clients the importance of taking responsibility for their behavior, working through their guilt and shame and finding ways to practice self-acceptance and self love, which empowers them for change and promotes growth that ultimately leads to better life choices.