WestCare Kentucky's Men's Residential Program provides intensive alcohol and other drug abuse treatment services for adult males residing at the WestCare Kentucky Hal Rogers Appalachian Recovery Center. Men's Long-Term Residential services are provided in a male-only facility, and the clinical curriculum is designed to better serve the needs of men. The Men's Long-Term Residential Program allows for a stay in treatment a minimum of 90 days.
Mike Lavin is responsible for licensing, maintenance, and renovation in excess of 80 facility sites located in Nevada, California, Arizona, Georgia, Kentucky and Florida. He monitors all facilities for compliance with all codes and regulations for health, fire, safety and Americans with Disabilities Act. He is also a National Certified Addiction Counselor.More
Robert L. Neri has been a member of the Sr. Management team with WestCare Foundation since 2001. He is a Licensed Mental Health Clinician (LMHC) in the State of Florida and holds a Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology from Vermont College. Mr. Neri is also a Certified Addictions Professional (CAP). Mr. Neri has over thirty years' experience working in the healthcare field and has been responsible for designing, overseeing and maintaining clinical operations of three non-profit substance abuse treatment providers in Florida. Throughout his career he has developed and managed residential therapeutic communities for adolescents and adults.More
American Addiction Centers (AAC) is the leading provider for addiction treatment nationwide, specializing in evidence-based treatment and mental healthcare. With 9 locations across the U.S., AAC has a facility near you that is ready to help you start your journey to sobriety today.
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