How to Find Help During the Holidays

Christmas is upon us; with its festive atmosphere and emphasis on family, it can be a challenging time for individuals struggling with addiction. However, Christmas can also mark a turning point—a season of hope and renewal. If you or a loved one is facing the difficulties of addiction during this time, seeking help is a […]

ARC Hires Tabatha Gray Powell to Improve Communication with the Courts

Addiction Recovery Care (ARC), a leading provider of addiction treatment programs throughout Kentucky, is expanding its team with a new Court Communications Specialist. Tabatha Gray-Powell brings more than two decades of working with Kentucky’s criminal justice system.  Gray-Powell recently retired from Kentucky State Government, where she had a long career in service provision to some […]

Addiction Recovery Care VP of Client Access Wayne Sartin Honored for Commitment to Recovery

In recognition of his ongoing efforts to serve individuals and families impacted by the addiction crisis, Wayne Sartin, Addiction Recovery Care Vice President of Client Access, received the 2023 Recovery Community Commitment Award at the second annual Micheal T. White Recover Boldly Awards. Sartin’s peers nominated him because of his commitment to the recovery community […]

ARC Healthcare adds Adam Rucker to the Leadership Team

Addiction Recovery Care (ARC) is proud to announce the addition of Adam Rucker, who will serve as Director of ARC Healthcare and Administration.  In his role, Adam will serve as a senior advisor to Matt Brown, Chief Administration Officer of ARC and President of ARC Healthcare, playing a vital role in shaping the organization’s operations […]

Addiction Recovery Care (ARC) Announces Plans to Open Women’s Treatment Facility in Virginia

In Southwest Virginia, communities have been hit disproportionately hard by the addiction crisis – something that has only worsened amid an alarming rise in fentanyl and synthetic opioids in the drug supply. Fortunately, more help and resources are on the horizon. Representatives from Addiction Recovery Care (ARC) joined the Dickenson County Industrial Development Authority (IDA) […]

Governor Beshear honors Kentuckians in recovery who help others impacted by addiction

For those on the path to recovery, support from others is critical. Peers who have been through the battle against substance use disorder (SUD) themselves share a unique bond and understanding of the challenges that come with addiction and recovery. To honor Kentucky’s peer treatment workforce, Governor Andy Beshear has issued a proclamation for the […]

Nurse Practitioners Crucial to Building a Healthier Appalachia

Nurse Practitioners play a crucial role in the healthcare landscape across Appalachia. They deliver quality, compassionate, and personalized care daily to keep our families safe and healthy.  These skilled healthcare professionals include people like Amanda Young, MSN, FNP-C at Pioneer Rural Health Clinic in Louisa. With advanced education and clinical training, practitioners like Young help […]

Rousawn Dozier Hired as ARC Education Director of Marketing

As Addiction Recovery Care (ARC) continues to expand its focus on educational opportunities and workforce development, the company has hired Rousawn Dozier as its Education Division Director of Marketing. In his role, Dozier will orchestrate the development and execution of marketing strategies, acting as a crucial link between ARC Healthcare and ARC Education. “Being a […]

Veteran Helps Others Impacted by Addiction

Today, Kevin Schmidt, a Louisville native and Bardstown resident, serves as West Region Chief Operating Officer for Addiction Recovery Care, Kentucky’s largest provider of addiction treatment and recovery services. But as a teenager unknowingly struggling with substance use while enlisted in the Army, he could have never imagined that’s what his future would hold. Growing […]

Czech Republic student and professor visit Yellow Banks Recovery Center

Recently, two special visitors stopped by Yellow Banks Recovery Center in Owensboro: Dr. George Gray, Assistant Professor of Social Work at Brescia University, and Katerina Stepankova, a Social Work student from Caritas College in Olomouc, Czech Republic. While there, the pair, along with staff, had the opportunity to learn about cultural differences surrounding substance use […]