Kage Njaka founded The Hope and Recovery Place in 2014 for individuals and families seeking relief through comprehensive clinical services for those suffering from addiction and co-occurring disorders. Kage’s love of music came at the early age of six years old, when he began playing classical piano and eventually learned to play other instruments. He ultimately started a recording studio 12 years ago, where he’s enjoyed working with several talented and many famous artists. As an early adult, Kage's career began in the banking in finance industry, then transitioned into pharmaceutical sales. Soon after moving from the East Coast to California, his entrepreneurial spirit manifested through property acquisition and various business developments—which, coupled with his own experiences in recovery, became the catalyst for acquiring and operating his first recovery facility in 2006. Since then, Kage has dedicated his life’s work to providing a myriad of highly effective treatment tools for people battling addiction. The Hope and Recovery Place represents the evolution of his passion for recovery.