LISTEN: Podcast Highlights ARC’s Crown Recovery Center and the National BEES Study

ARC Founder and CEO Tim Robinson recently sat down for a taping of the Behavioral Healthcare Executive Podcast.
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.
Crown Recovery Center is located in Springfield and has the capacity to potentially serve 750 clients. The facility sits on the old St. Catharine’s College campus. The land was set aside for God’s purposes over a century ago. The Dominican sisters of peace continued a ministry of hope and educational legacy that goes back 200 years ago in this community. The legacy continues today as clients discover opportunity, hope, and destiny through ARC’s Crisis to Career approach.
ARC’s Crisis to Career approach has gained the attention of national leaders. The United States Health and Human Services commissioned a study of the top programs in the nation that are taking people from public assistance to taxpayers. The study is set to begin this month after being delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic. 
To read more about the study visit Building Evidence on Employment Strategies for Low-Income Families Project (BEES), 2017 – 2022.