Jason Culverhouse

Owner / Culture Creator

A Little Bit About Me

  • Name

    Jason Culverhouse

  • Position

    Owner / Culture Creator

  • Favorite Starbucks Drink

    Iced Matcha Green Tea Latte

  • Favorite Restaurant

    Shiva Indian Restaurant, Houston

  • Favorite Album/Artist

    Strange Trails, Lord Huron

  • What I love about Urban Eve is...

    I love doing life with our team. Our culture is not only the life of our company, but it continually gives me joy.

My Mantra:

“Perhaps I am stronger than I think.” Thomas Merton
I am constantly inspired by the parents at @adventurelearningprogram  Every single week these people show up to spend an hour and a half to put in work! Working on being the very highest versions of themselves for them and their teenagers who are struggling with sobriety. Intentionally setting their minds on growing and being more. The result: living this short life on purpose. Their legacy: the truest love. Love of self, love of their kid, and pushing to give back more than they take. I’m beyond proud of these amazing friends. Do the hard stuff…get really honest…no regrets. We should all push to be like these parent heroes. So much love. 🤍
Hey Team ALP and friends! I wanted to give you all another update. Last night was an amazing night at @adventurelearningprogram We moved into our new meeting space in the  @thecouncilonrecovery complex. We are beside ourselves on how nice it is. 
I also gave the kids and parents our update. When I shared that over 50 of you joined the cause, raised all the money we needed to pull off a full surf program, and even had members or our local surf community volunteer to help teach the kids, let’s just say there was a lot of emotion. An actual applause, some tears and huge smiles. 
For families in recovery this is often a dark road. Mental illness and addiction have a major stigma. Families that find themselves with a struggling teenager often see their social group and even family distance themselves from the family. Having a large group of strangers say “We see you, we’re with you and we are showing up for this.” Is HUGE.
On behalf of @scottduchaney @andrew_beall @jasonculvercasa and @adventurelearningprogram I want to say THANK YOU! 
There is nothing more powerful than for someone to show up when you are in a dark place. You guys are the light! Let’s keep going. So much love to you all! 
If you’re in the market for the perfect peaceful  beach house at Surfside Beach, TX….stay tuned🤍🌊
Sometimes things get crazy. Sometimes they aren’t terrible, they’re just a lot. Sometimes there’s no way to reset where you are. I described my headspace to Jenn as “Like being in an overcrowded room with everyone talking loudly over eachother.’ We got to slip away for a week, a much needed week. A lot of quiet, a lot of mountains, and a bit of snow. The crowded headspace is a lot quieter now. I think time, quietness and nature are the true healers. So back at it tomorrow at 6 am. Back to real life and all the amazing humans we get to do life with. Grateful for a reset and for the people who make doing what we do so worth it. Happy December! Let’s do some good stuff and close out 2021 strong! (And maybe without all those voices crowding the headspace).
I am a fortunate person. I get to do life with amazing people. I’ve been off the radar for a couple of weeks on purpose. We are a part of the recovery community (and proud to be). After nearly losing our son to a deep struggle with addiction and suicide attempts we immersed ourselves in the only place that could help, the recovery community. It saved his life, rather he chose to live. So now a few years beyond those dark days I find myself leading the parent group at the @adventurelearningprogram 
I am inspired, touched and left in awe working with parents who are thick in the battle for their kids lives. These dear friends of mine are among the bravest, and most committed of all parents I know. Real life happens in that room, real tears, and a tremendous amount of personal work. Two Friday’s ago I attended yet another funeral of one of my son’s friends. Another amazing kid with a big heart…a son, a friend, a precious soul. In our community we lose up to 5 a year. One was too many, however this one was one too many for me. I needed to pull away. So here I am, a couple of weeks later resurfacing. I’ve caught my breath and found a renewed energy to fight harder. There are some things I will be posting through the rest of this month that I hope will challenge and inspire you. Things that cut through the mundane flatness of our surface living. Because it matters. People matter. And everything changes for people in the dark when someone is willing to walk into their dark room and turn on the light. I’m so grateful to the people and programs who have done that for us! @elementswilderness @archwayacademy @discoveryranchforboys @teenandfamilyservices 🤍
And because of @joey.lam.p (#becausejoey) 
It’s time to do what we can because people matter. Dirt wiped off the face, standing back up, and fight music playing…here we go. 
Stay tuned friends 🤍
“I get by with a little help from my friends.”