Daryl Campbell is a Social Worker, a Therapist, and an Activist seeking to do whatever it takes to improve lives on a micro and macro collaborative level. With a master’s in social work, Daryl specializes in co-occurring disorders of Substance Abuse and Mental Health. Currently, Daryl works as a Substance Abuse Consultant at Justice for Life and is building a counseling practice that focuses on Addictive Behaviors and Mental Wellness in children and adults. As a Registered Clinical Social Worker Intern and a Certified Addiction Professional, he has five years of experience working with teens and adults in individual and group therapy. Along with his clinical experiences, Daryl has been a proponent of individual empowerment, community engagement and policy reform by being on the Broward County Substance Abuse Advisory Board, activism through volunteering, campaign initiatives, and active membership in various organizations such as: Broward Young Democrats (BYD), Congressional Research Institute for Social Work and Policy (CRISP), Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., National Association for the Advancement of Color People (NAACP), National Association of Social Work (NASW). Daryl’s future aspirations are attaining his PhD in Social Work and holding a local, state, and federal elected seat within his career.