Flood Resource Guide to Shelter, FEMA, Healthcare, Food, Supplies

As many parts of Eastern Kentucky continue the cleanup process Addiction Recovery Care is committed to helping our neighbors during this trying process. Below you can find resources that can assist with housing, healthcare, and food/supply needs. Housing/Business Losses/Shelter   Fema | https://www.disasterassistance.gov/ or call 1-800-621-FEMA Must be located in Breathitt, Clay, Knott, Letcher, and Perry […]

World Hepatitis Day | What should you know?

Experts estimate that about 2.4 million people in the United States live with hepatitis C. The disease causes liver inflammation, most commonly caused by a viral infection (HCV). Today, most people become infected with hepatitis C by sharing needles and other equipment. Hepatitis C can also be spread during birth from mother to baby. IT […]

Community Liaison Job Openings

Come join our team of purpose driven leaders! You will work with those in our local healthcare and business communities to connect those struggling with addiction to the treatment that they deserve. Our dedication is to see transformed lives anchored in strong family relationships, meaningful careers, and social responsibility. 

Addiction Recovery Care gardens connect clients in recovery to new skillset and mindset

Men in recovery at Addiction Recovery Care’s (ARC) Crown Recovery Center in Springfield and Lackey residential center in Louisa are busy spending their summer tending to themselves and new gardens.  On any given day you can find clients from all walks of life pulling weeds, watering future fresh vegetables, and taking in lessons about proper […]

Brianna Muncy named Associate Vice President of Operations

Addiction Recovery Care (ARC) is pleased to announce Brianna Muncy as the Associate Vice President of Operations.  “Brianna is a clear example of our values and has really developed into a significant leader within our organization,” said Senior Vice President of Operations Pat Fogarty. “We are excited to see her continue to impact the future […]

Casey’s Law: Get Your Loved One Addiction Treatment Before It’s Too Late

For 20 years now, I’ve represented men and women battling drug addiction. I’ve met hundreds of people who need help. I can count on one hand the number of them who wanted rehab before a crash. In my business, a crash usually means a jail cell when they’re facing prison time. Sadly, these days, an […]

ARC’s Brianna Muncy, Vanessa Keeton named to Leadership Kentucky’s 2022 BRIGHT class

Addiction Recovery Care (ARC) is proud to announce Senior Director of Operations Brianna Muncy and Vice President of Marketing Vanessa Keeton have been named to Leadership Kentucky’s 2022 BRIGHT class.  BRIGHT Kentucky focuses on leadership training for residents of the 54 Kentucky counties of the Appalachian Regional Commission. The program is made up of five […]

How to protect your recovery while on vacation

By Erin Fogarty For many, a vacation means an escape from reality to a beautiful getaway. At said getaway, alcoholic beverages, music, and wild behavior may be included. However, for those in recovery, a vacation can mean a stressful situation that can lead to relapse if not properly prepared. I have been in long-term recovery […]

Lake Hills Oasis Chaplain Mike Phelps celebrates 50 years in recovery

June marks a special occasion for Lake Hills Oasis Chaplain Mike Phelps.  Phelps is celebrating 50 years in recovery!  “I think I am the hope that it can happen to others,” said Phelps. Phelps addiction to drugs and alcohol is a story clients at Addiction Recovery Care know all too well. It’s why Phelps has […]

A New Father: Chris Whitenack’s Story

Addiction is one of the most difficult things a family can face. It can strain even the closest relationships, like the bond between father and son. That was certainly the case for Chris Whitenack and his dad. Chris, who spent approximately 20 years in addiction before entering recovery, says his battle with substance use left […]