Jason Webb was born in California. At age 12, he moved with his family to Arizona. After high school, he served as a missionary for the LDS Church in the Chile, Santiago South Mission. After his mission, Jason attended BYU Israel for one semester then BYU Provo, where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Family Science. In his undergraduate work, Jason volunteered with the Utah Attorney General's Safe At Home program fighting domestic violence. After graduation he began working in the substance abuse field, first as a house parent and then as a counselor. Jason became a Licensed Substance Abuse Counselor (LSAC), known today as Licensed Advanced Substance Use Disorder Counselor (LASUDC), and worked for the Utah Alcoholism Foundation. He then worked as a counselor in the Utah State Prison’s Conquest program. During this time, he became a certified mediator and obtained his Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Utah. Jason later became a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). He worked as the Clinical Director at the Ark of Little Cottonwood until he left due to how they were treating the clients. While working at the Ark, he gave presentations to the counseling field including presentations at the Generations Conference, became certified in Eagala, and opened up his own Sober Living home in Midvale which he ran for several years before selling it. After the Ark, Jason worked for Steps Recovery Center as the Clinical Director. He became certified in Ropes Course. He oversaw four residential programs plus outpatient programs while working for Steps.
Jason published a book titled, "The Reality of Perception." He continues to do presentations for different populations. He claims to be addicted to addicts. He has been married for almost 19 years and has seven children – five boys and two girls.