“Where one road ends and another begins” is the motto of Inland Valley Recovery Services (IVRS) a nonprofit agency that provides addiction recovery services to chemically dependent individuals. IVRS’ treatment programs promote maintaining abstinence through providing clients with the tools to achieve insight into the issues that led them to addiction, and the mental and psychical strength to lead them to recovery. IVRS offers adult, youth and family services that include residential, outpatient, dual disorder counseling and transitional living treatment.
Stacy has served in field of treatment for substance use disorders since 1989. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration; a CADC-II Alcohol and Drug Certification through the California Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors (CAADAC); and is a Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN). She has devoted her life to helping individuals overcome the debilitating effects of alcohol and drug abuse. She is active in the community. She is a member of San Bernardino County’s Association of Community Based Organizations (ACBO) and Chairs its Alcohol and Other Drug Sub-committee.More
Laurie has been with the agency since March 2000. She holds Bachelors degree in Business from Cal State Fullerton and has nearly 20 years experience with MAS90 Accounting Software. She is devoted to her family of eight (8) and her husband, Eric is her very best friend. All of the kids are active in both sports and school, and recognize the most important family member as RAMBO (their English Bull Dog)! "Our family works together and plays together just the same", says Laurie, "And I always count my blessings". Last, but certainly not least, Laurie is a big Dodgers fan, and Lakers fan!More
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