Founder, Deborah King was born to boxing legend Don King and his late wife Henrietta King on August 29, 1961 in Cleveland Ohio. Growing up with notable public figures, Deborah was overwhelmed by the "daily plethora of new experiences." With her parents placing such importance on normal education, Deborah was sent to a private girl's school in Pennsylvania so she could earn her high school diploma with some privacy.
Deborah earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City, her Master's degree in Mental Health Counseling from South University in Royal Palm Beach Florida and her Doctorate degree from Trinity International University of Ambassadors in Duluth Georgia.
Our mission is to promote the preservation of life and to help those in need through comprehensive programs in mental health, anti-bullying, drug and alcohol abuse and addiction. Never forgetting that there is a core issue underlying the decisions for bullying, drug use, mental health issues such as depression, bi-polar, trauma and abuse.
Deborah is a recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from President Donald Trump as well as Humanitarian award from Trinity International University of Ambassadors as an outstanding leader for her visionary guidance, exceptional leadership and world class humanitarian service.
Deborah hit a lull in her career due to a struggle with drug addiction. Since her successful time in rehab, Deborah has remained drug free, has completed her Doctorate and is now a Board-Certified National Recovery Coach and Interventionist. She founded Limitless Life Recovery and Holistic Group after vowing to use her own personal battle with drug addiction and establishing limitless goals for her life.
Through Limitless Life Recovery, Deborah is helping individuals overcome chemical and alcohol addiction and deal with mental illness. She evaluates each client’s situation, assesses the degree of severity, and formulates a plan to help them find the inner strength to solve their own problems. Deborah is the CEO/ Founder of It Takes a Life to Save a Life organization whose primary focus is to advocate for the sick and suffering, lost or dissuaded victims and or survivors of Mental Health, Addiction, Domestic Violence, as well as Suicide Awareness and Prevention.
Deborah currently serves as a member of the Ashtabula County Community Corrections Board, the Ashtabula County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board as well as, other services-oriented organizations. Dr. Deborah King’s intense passion and love for people has caused her to dedicate her life to being a change agent for the perseverance of life, one person at a time.