Addiction Recovery Care Welcomes Brad Hall as Vice President of Strategic Initiatives

Addiction Recovery Care (ARC), a leading provider of addiction treatment programs throughout Kentucky, is expanding its team with a new Vice President of Strategic Initiatives. Brad Hall brings over 25 years in strategic operations, leadership and external affairs to the executive team.

Most recently, Hall served as Vice President of Strategic Operations for Boa Vida Healthcare, a rural healthcare company with a critical access hospital and team of providers throughout Kenucky and Tennessee. Prior to that role, Hall was Vice President for External Affairs at the University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg, Kentucky, where his work focused heavily on developing and elevating the university’s health profession education programs.

In his role at ARC, Hall will provide leadership, strategic direction and government and community relations support across all ARC enterprises, including The Millard College, the forthcoming Bellefonte Hospital and Recovery Center in Greenup County and surrounding rural health clinics.

“Brad’s leadership will be critical in supporting ARC’s continued growth in the commonwealth and throughout the Appalachian region,” said Matt Brown, ARC’s Chief Administration Officer. “His background in healthcare, coupled with his experience in strategic planning and community relations, will greatly benefit our organization, the organizations we partner with and the clients we serve.”

“The opportunity to join ARC is a blessing both professionally and personally. I’m excited to improve the health and well-being of our clients and the communities they live in,” said Hall. “Also, as a lifelong Kentuckian, I understand the urgency of the addiction crisis and look forward to working with a team that’s diligently addressing it.”

Hall received his Bachelor of Science in Public Health Administration and his Master of Business Administration from the University of the Cumberlands. He is currently pursuing his Doctorate of Educational Leadership with an emphasis in healthcare at the University of the Cumberlands.