Behavioral Rehabilitation Services is an all inclusive luxury and executive addiction treatment facility.
Sara is certified in Therapeutic Recreational Specialist. She has been working in the medical field for the last seven years. Sara is very passionate about her family, friends and positive experiences. She lives to promote creative and uplifting outlets for people to engage themselves in. Sara creates and oversees all activities for clients, and also engages them in groups such as Art Therapy and Music Therapy. She loves volunteering to Global Brigades, which is a international non-profit that empowers volunteers and under resourced communities to resolve global health and economic disparities and inspires all involved to collaboratively work towards an equal world. Sara stated that she has grown up in a small town and it has taught her a strong work ethic and it provided an environment for great adventure.More
Ken has had six years in law enforcement, seventeen years as a firefighter, and has had over twenty years in management and operations. Ken is very passionate about giving back to the community and helping people when they need it the most. In Ken's free time he enjoys fishing, trail riding, and hunting. Ken is great with handling client and staff with anything that may arise. He also ensures that our growth is on target and our grounds are always kept up. Something unique about Ken is that he has two best friends one is his wife and the other is his black lab named Jessie James.More
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