<strong>ADDICTION RECOVERY CARE AND DICKENSON COUNTY INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY MOVE FORWARD TO BRING COMPREHENSIVE RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER TO SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA</strong>

DICKENSON COUNTY, Va. – As Virginia continues to experience the impacts of the addiction crisis, Addiction Recovery Care (ARC), in partnership with the Dickenson County Industrial Development Authority, is moving forward with plans to bring a new comprehensive, residential treatment center to the region.   Wildwood Recovery Center will be located at 230 Chip Mill […]

Toyotomi partnership shows ARC’s Crisis to Career model at work

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=expy8FOqaao If you or a loved one have experienced addiction, you know how hopeless and defeating it can feel. But for those who have found the strength to ask for help and enter treatment, the opportunities are abundant.   At Addiction Recovery Care (ARC), we’re seeing the positive impacts of these opportunities–and at the root […]

White Oak Hill Treatment Center is hiring now, hosting a community event

Have you ever wanted to learn more about addiction treatment or what is happening in your community? Addiction Recovery Care (ARC) will host an open house and community night next Thursday, January 26th at White Oak Hill Treatment Center in Inez. During the event, people can apply for open jobs, tour the White Oak Hill […]

New overdose trend, a deeper look

Recently we told you that new preliminary data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows a promising trend as overdoses appear to have declined across Kentucky and the nation each of the last three months. According to the report, the Commonwealth has seen a slight but steady decrease in the number of estimated overdose deaths […]

Dozens of ARC clients earn GEDs

To help people earn their high school equivalency diploma and improve their lives, Addiction Recovery Care (ARC) offers GED® courses across its network of more than 30 addiction treatment centers. In 2022, 48 people completed the GED® program and passed the test at an ARC facility. Another 111 are on track to do the same […]

<strong>Christmas, addiction, and lessons from 1 Peter</strong>

On Sunday, my pastor visited 1 Peter. In the passage, we are taught to fight temptation. 1 Peter 5:8-9 “Be alert and of sober mind. Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour. 9 Resist him, standing firm in the faith, because you know that the family of […]

Shriners donate to ARC’s Eagle Creek facility

When the hearts of servants come together, it is a beautiful thing. Recently, the Oldham County Shrine Club of Kosair Shriners made a surprise donation to clients at ARC’s Eagle Creek facility in Owen County. The donation allowed moms in recovery to shop for their kids this Christmas The Shriners organization is best known for […]

16 years of destiny-driven discovery

For some, the year 2006 may seem insignificant, just another year passed of life gone by; however, for Addiction Recovery Care founder and CEO Tim Robinson, it was the beginning of an entirely new life. He grew up in Inez, the son of a successful father who served as Martin County PVA. Tim visioned a […]

<strong>Data shows a hopeful trend, overdoses decreasing</strong>

LOUISA, Ky. —New preliminary data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows a promising trend as overdoses appear to have declined across Kentucky and the nation each of the last three months. According to the report, the Commonwealth has seen a slight but steady decrease in the number of estimated overdose deaths in all […]