ARC treatment centers and outpatient clinics meet the high standards of clinical excellence set by the most respected organizations in the industry.
The following information will help inform you of what you can expect as you begin this new journey
Guided by our Christian, holistic approach to care, we are focused on treating the whole person—mind, body, and spirit—we’ve built a four-phase program that prepares you for long-term recovery.
Our program is designed to take you from detox all the way through completing an internship with ARC.
Each client begins with our foundational phase 1 program and may progress to additional phases.
In phase one we focus on 1) getting the substance(s) out of your system, 2) helping you understand how your addiction has affected your mind, body and spirit, and 3) developing a personalized recovery plan.
Recovery & Life Skills
Phase two starts your transition for practicing recovery focusing on peer support and giving practical tools and assistance to get back into work and school (e.g. paying bills, finding housing).
Job Skills & Education
During the final phase of treatment, we provide an opportunity for you to build life skills through participating in our internship program. This will give you on the job training while you are also
participating in an education program, and prepare you for a career either inside or outside of ARC.
Upon completing your internship, you will receive a certificate in Health and Human Services from Sullivan University that can be rolled into Sullivan’s 2-year associate or 4-year bachelor’s program in Health and Human Services.
To start our admissions process, just give us a call at (606) 638-0938.
One of our experience admissions coordinators will talk you through the process.
We’ll begin by helping you by verifying your insurance, answer your questions, and figure out transportation to one of our centers. Then, we’ll figure out a good start date to begin your recovery journey.