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An Approach That Works

Mind + Body + Soul + Purpose

Crisis To Career

When I came to ARC I had lost all hope. I had crashed my life for what felt like the thousandth time. ARC's treatment and vocational programs helped me find sobriety and a life that I never knew was possible.

Kayla Parsons, Deputy Chief of Staff

ARC treats the whole person: mind, body, soul, and purpose. Our holistic approach is allowing people to move from crisis to career and to live a life full of purpose.

Tim Robinson, Founder and CEO

Crisis To Career

Treatment + Training

  • Phase One is clinical and medical in nature, relieving withdrawal symptoms and stabilizing the individual.
  • Phase Two continues to build on clinical and medical treatment, while introducing recovery tools and education. Clients begin working with a targeted case manager to overcome their barriers to recovery.
  • Phase Three focuses on developing recovery/life skills such as budgeting, building a resume, maintaining a household, and vocational rehabilitation.
  • Phase Four is focused on specific job training in one of the following career paths: certified peer support specialists, automotive training, lawn care, and general maintenance, and more to come.

Clients that complete these programs have the oppurtunity to build jobs and possibly earn college credit. ARC experienced an 80% success rate, with success being defined as sober and employed.

Residential Services

Addiction Recovery Care's (ARC) residential program provides a comprehensive continuum of care that is highly structured and relies on evidence-based clinical practices to provide the highest guality treatment to indiviuals with substance use disorder (SUD). All residential centers utilize clinical counseling groups, peer support services, and drug screens. ARC's residential programs include a multi-phase approach.

Outpatient Services

ARC's outpatient services consist of four different levels of care: Intensive Outpatient, Moderate Outpatient, Outpatient, and Transitional Care. All levels of care include clinical counseling groups, peer support services, case management, individual clinical counseling services, and drug screens. ARC's outpatient programs utilize buprenorphine and naltrexone as part of medically assisted treatment (MAT) for individuals with opiate use disorder.

Our Approach