Posted by Kyle Collier
Throughout the next month, the Crown Recovery Center staff are kicking off a shoe drive called "Marching Through Recovery" to ensure every client who seeks out treatment has a decent pair of shoes.
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ARC Senior Vice President of Administration Matt Brown recently joined Dr. Tuckson on KET to tell his personal story of recovery and share how ARC's crisis to career model helps people achieve and maintain a life of sobriety.
As ARC and developers work to restore the facility projected to open in April, the company is excited to bring its nationally recognized "Crisis to Career" model to a new community.
Recently, ARC Senior Vice President of Administration Matt Brown sat down for a taping of Issues and Answers with WYMT-TV's Steve Hensley. In the wide-ranging interview Brown discussed the struggles those in addiction have faced during the COVID-19 pandemic, the steps forward made in addiction treatment, and what is ahead at Addiction Recovery Care.
Three years ago, Addiction Recovery Care (ARC) opened Karen's Place Maternity Center (KPMC) to give expecting mothers hope on their recovery journey. Since its opening, KPMC's staff, in partnership with King’s Daughters Medical Center and University of Kentucky’s Blue Angels program, have helped welcome 149 babies into Appalachia; 76 percent of which have returned to the center with mom in five days or less.
ARC is proud to announce and welcome Paige Ross as the company’s new Senior Director of Healthcare Operations. Paige will come on board to add behavioral healthcare and & addiction experience, leadership, an added focus on healthcare compliance, as well as many aspects of general healthcare management.
The discussion ranges from ARC's newest facility Crown Recovery Center, which opened in November to the Building Evidence on Employment Strategies for Low-Income Americans (BEES) research project.
Beginning on Feb. 10, the Promise Place Recovery Group will meet every Wednesday starting 6 p.m. at the East Kentucky Dream Center, located at 127 Hibbard Street, in downtown Pikeville, Ky.
Clinton Jay Perkins was in addiction addiction for more than 26 years, now he's employed, and has custody of his son.
Meagan was in addiction addiction for more than 8 years, now she's employed, and has custody of her son.