ARC Shares Helpful Resources to Save Lives

This week, during Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Prevention Week, ARC is shining a spotlight on the vital role evidence-based prevention initiatives play in the fight against the addiction epidemic. Prevention is a critical component in changing the calculus of the addiction crisis. If we can implement effective strategies to reduce […]

ARC’s Liaison Team surpasses significant milestone in fight against substance use disorder

Addiction Recovery Care (ARC) is proud to announce that its Liaison Team has successfully connected over 20,000 individuals to substance use disorder treatment since its inception in 2018. This significant achievement underscores ARC’s unwavering commitment to transforming lives and communities impacted by addiction. “This milestone is more than just a number; it represents thousands of […]

Fentanyl | Most Dangerous Time in History to Use Drugs

Alarming numbers continue to worsen as more Americans than ever grapple with addiction across Kentucky and the nation. Fentanyl is only making matters worse.  According to reports, synthetic opioids, including fentanyl, are to blame for at least two-thirds of all overdose deaths. Nationally, deaths resulting from an overdose crossed the 100,000 threshold in 2022. The synthetic opioid […]

ARC named ‘Top 10 Addiction Treatment Company’ nationwide by Healthcare Business Review

Addiction Recovery Care is excited to announce that Healthcare Business Review magazine has recognized ARC as one of the “Top 10 Addiction Treatment Companies” nationwide for 2024. This exclusive list was compiled through nominations from healthcare professionals across the U.S. and detailed evaluation by an expert panel of nationally acclaimed clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, substance abuse […]

ARC shares helpful resources for Alcohol Awareness

April is Alcohol Awareness Month, and Addiction Recovery Care (ARC) is sharing important resources to help Kentuckians identify the warning signs of alcohol abuse and point loved ones to effective treatment options. A recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) study found that alcohol-related fatalities nationwide increased nearly 30 percent from 2016-17 to 2020-21 […]

Royia Manley joins Addiction Recovery Care as East Region Chief Operating Officer

Addiction Recovery Care (ARC) is excited to welcome Royia Manley as its East Region Chief Operating Officer. As ARC’s East Region Chief Operating Officer, she will oversee operations and ensure quality care for clients in the provider’s eastern service area. Manley is a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor with a decade of experience in addiction […]

BLOG: 7 Tips for a Safe and Sober Derby Week

While most Kentuckians think of Derby Week as a fun and cheery time, the celebrations can present challenges for those in recovery. The good news is that you don’t have to have a cocktail in hand to partake in the festivities. As the 150th Kentucky Derby quickly approaches, we’re highlighting some of the ways people […]

The Inspirational Journey of Michael Hall

In the hills of eastern Kentucky, Michael Hall’s story unfolds as a testament to the power of redemption and resilience. From battling addiction for over 35 years to finding solace and renewal in faith, his journey is one of remarkable transformation. At the age of 11, Michael’s descent into addiction began innocently with experimenting with […]

Meet Christina Sargent | A 2024 Hope Ambassador

This week, leaders from across the nation joined in Atlanta for Operation UNITE’s 2024 Rx and Illicit Drug Summit. Each year, they name Hope Ambassadors, which highlights stories of people in recovery and those who have impacted the recovery journey of others.  “Being nominated as a Hope Ambassador has been a huge answered prayer to […]

ARC Encourages Life-Saving Treatment Amid Overdose Study

Addiction Recovery Care (ARC) is reminding individuals about the vital importance of connecting loved ones to evidence-based substance use disorder (SUD) treatment, following a recent report underscoring the devastating toll of the drug epidemic. In a study released last month by RAND Corporation, more than 42 percent of Americans reported personally knowing someone who has […]