Joey Nichols currently serves as CEO & Administrative Director at Any Length Recovery. He studied Business at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC and is originally from Hickory, NC. On August 6th, 2007 he found a sober way of life at Any Length Recovery and in May of 2008 he joined the staff as an Intake Coordinator. In the years following, his passion for this field of work led him to Outreach Coordinator and eventually his current position since October of 2012. In addition to his work at Any Length Recovery, he serves on the Board of Directors and Grant Writing Committee of the Eastern Carolina Homeless Organization, as well as the Board of Directors for the South Carolina Coalition for the Homeless.More
Dennis Wormsley, Co-Founder of Any Length Recovery, currently serves as the Recovery Director. Dennis studied Visual Communications at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and is originally from Staunton, VA. His sobriety date is June 1st, 1993 and in 1997 he moved to Sumter, SC to help Co-Found Any Length Recovery on October 6th, 1997. In the years following, his passion for working with others has resulted in the restoration of lives for countless addicts and alcoholics. Over the past 17 years he has served as Resident Service Administrator, Transportation Coordinator, Job-Skills Coordinator and in October of 2012 he took on the position of Recovery Director. He is primarily responsible for the day to day program implementation and coordination. In addition to his work at Any Length Recovery, he serves as an active member of the Eastern Carolina Homeless Organization and as the HUD Point-In-Time Homeless Count Coordinator for Sumter County.More
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