Addiction Recovery Articles

Reintroduced: John Bowman’s story

Posted by Connor Dunwoodie

He says the world is seeing a ‘new him’ and he is excited to make more change in his new career with Addiction Recovery Care.

ARC Welcomes New Senior Director of Recovery Services

Posted by Kyle Collier

ARC is proud to announce and welcome John Walsh as the company's new Senior Director of Recovery Services. John comes on board, adding a state and national reputation as an addiction treatment leader with decades of experience. He will take on a pivotal role as ARC doubles down on family programs and its innovative approach to care.

“Trauma was my gateway drug”: Theresa Lafeve Shares Her Story of Recovery, Hope & Reunion

Posted by Kyle Collier

“Trauma was my gateway drug,” says Theresa Lafeve, reflecting on her difficult, but inspiring, journey to recovery.

Loved back to life: Zach Hopkins’ Story.

Posted by Connor Dunwoodie

There’s a lot of hope behind the guitar strummed by Zach Hopkins during Sunday morning worship at his church.

In the News: ARC’s impact in headlines!

Posted by Kyle Collier

Check out Addiction Recovery Care’s impact in headlines!

ARC in discussions to locate a new campus in the former Our Lady of Bellefonte Hospital property

Posted by Addiction Recovery Care

What is Addiction Recovery Care? Addiction Recovery Care (ARC) is headquartered in Louisa, Kentucky and operates a network of over 30 addiction treatment centers in Eastern and Central Kentucky. Our organization offers a full continuum of care. Our mission is to create opportunities for people to discover hope and live their God-given destiny.

ARC considering the purchase of a former hospital

Posted by Kyle Collier

ARC management is hopeful they can finalize a deal this year with the property owners of OLBH. Doing so would restore an estimated 250 to 300 jobs in the City of Russell and Greenup County.

‘We recover together’: Kayla McClure’s Story.

Posted by Connor Dunwoodie

Kayla’s addiction started around the time she was 13-years-old. It was a couple of years after her brother’s death that she started using substances.

A Year in Review: ARC's 2020 Report

Posted by Edwin Orange

Check out all the amazing things that happened in the ARC network in 2020!

A McDonald's bag and a sister's love: Justin Worth's Story.

Posted by Connor Dunwoodie

His addiction started when he was 15 years old, and as he grew older, his addiction worsened. By the time he was in his early 20s, he was in prison.