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  • On the Right Trail – Oakley School Volunteers

    Park City, Utah's Park Record newspaper recently reported that students from the Oakley School, a top college preparatory therapeutic boarding school located in Oakley, Utah, teamed up with local volunteers to replace a portion of the area's "Mountain Trails" that had been destroyed. The existing trail had disappeared due to construction and the installation of a ski lift said the article. The volunteers worked all day Saturday, August 1st to hand cut a new section of trail. "These ...

    Posted at September 5, 2009 | By : | Categories : 2009 | 0 Comment
  • CRC Co-Hosting Moment of Change Conference for Recovery Professionals

    CRC Health Group is proud to be a co-host of "The Moment of Change Intervention - Approaches for Professionals," a three-day conference that will focus on issues related to intervention, disease concepts, family participation, and practical business considerations. The Moment of Change conference, which is scheduled for Sept. 28 to 30 in The Breakers Palm Beach Hotel (Palm Beach, Florida), will feature observations and insights from 46 of the recovery industry's leading professionals. The conference is designed ...

    Posted at May 29, 2009 | By : | Categories : 2009 | 0 Comment
  • Sierra Tucson Promotes Nancy Jarrell to Clinical Director

    On April 20, 2009, Sierra Tucson announced the appointment of new Clinical Director, Nancy Jarrell, M.A., LPC, EAP.Nancy Jarrell, who joined Sierra Tucson in 1996, has served as Assistant Clinical Director since September 2006 and, most recently, as Interim Clinical Director. Nancy responds, "It is a privilege to work with such caring staff as Sierra Tucson continues our long history of healing and changing lives."Christi Cessna, Sierra Tucson's Marketing Director, applauds Nancy's promotion, stating, "Nancy ...

    Posted at April 20, 2009 | By : | Categories : 2009 | 0 Comment
  • CRC Health Reports Operating Results for the Quarter & Six Months Ended June 30, 2007

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 13, 2007CRC Health Reports Operating Results  for the Quarter & Six Months Ended June 30, 2007CUPERTINO, CA, August 13, 2007 — CRC Health Corporation (“CRC” or the “Company”), the nation’s largest substance abuse treatment and youth treatment provider, announced its results for the second quarter and six months ended June 30, 2007, reflecting contributions from the acquisition of Aspen Education Group, Inc. (“Aspen”) in the fourth quarter of 2006 and other acquisitions in 2006 and 2007, ...

    Posted at August 13, 2007 | By : | Categories : 2007,Investor Press | 0 Comment
  • CRC Health Reports Operating Results for the Quarter & Year Ended December 31

    NEWS RELEASE  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 22, 2007 Contact: Bob Weiner/Rebecca VanderLinde 301-283-0821 or 202-329-1700 CRC Health Reports Operating Results  for the Quarter & Year Ended December 31, 2006 CUPERTINO, CA,  March 22, 2007 — CRC Health Corporation (formerly known as CRC Health Group, Inc.) (“CRC” or the “Company”), the nation’s largest substance abuse treatment and youth treatment provider, announced its results for the fourth quarter and the year ended December 31, 2006, reflecting contributions from the acquisition of Aspen Education Group, Inc. ...

    Posted at March 22, 2007 | By : | Categories : 2007,Investor Press | 0 Comment
  • 4-star gen. Barry mccaffrey, former drug czar, to receive National leadership award and keynote 3000-delegate Community anti-drug coalitions of america convention.

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tues., Feb. 13, 2007 McCaffrey Contact: Robert Weiner/Rebecca VanderLinde 301-283-0821 or cell 202-329-1700 CADCA Contact: Mary Elizabeth Elliott 703-298-5674 4-STAR GEN. BARRY MCCAFFREY, FORMER DRUG CZAR,  TO RECEIVE NATIONAL LEADERSHIP AWARD AND KEYNOTE 3000-DELEGATE COMMUNITY ANTI-DRUG COALITIONS OF AMERICA CONVENTION: 1:30 PM THURS., FEB. 15, WASHINGTON CONVENTION CENTER BALLROOM, 801 MOUNT VERNON PLACE, NW;   SPEECH OPEN TO MEDIA WITH AVAILABILITY FOLLOWING (Washington, DC)–Four-Star General Barry McCaffrey (Ret.), former Director of the White House Office of National Drug Policy, will receive the ...

    Posted at February 15, 2007 | By : | Categories : 2007 | 0 Comment
  • National resource center “glass bubble”, nerve center of effort against drug addiction, to announce, demonstrate increasing calls of desperation:

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 1, 2007 Contact: Bob Weiner/Rebecca Vander Linde 301-283-0821 or 202-329-1700 11AM FEB. 8, 20400 Stevens Creek Boulevard, Suite 600, Cupertino, CA 95014 (Cupertino, CA) — Former U.S. Drug Czar Four-Star General Barry McCaffrey and Dr. Barry Karlin CEO, CRC Health Group, the country’s largest addiction and specialty healthcare organization now with 137 facilities (up from 80 last year) in 29 states, state and local officials,   invite media to an important news conference with other government leaders ...

    Posted at February 1, 2007 | By : | Categories : 2007,Press Release | 0 Comment
  • Gen. Barry McCaffrey And Country’s Top Drug Treatment CEO Barry Karlin To Keynote Monterey, CA Western U.S. “Summit For Clinical Excellence”

    (Monterey, CA) - Four Star General Barry McCaffrey (USA Ret.), former US National Drug Policy Director and now a West Point Adjunct Professor on International Affairs, just back from Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iraq, and Dr. Barry Karlin, CEO of CRC Health Group, the nation's largest chemical dependency treatment provider, will keynote the Summit for Clinical excellence at the Hyatt Regency Monterey at 1:30 PM Friday, June 9.Gen. McCaffrey will address "Drugs, Democracy, and Terrorism". Dr. ...

    Posted at June 5, 2006 | By : | Categories : 2006 | 0 Comment
  • E-therapy: More people are turning to instant messaging and online therapy for a range of mental health issues because they’re fast and anonymous

    By Andrew Lavallee Wall Street JournalInstant messaging, favored by chatting teens and office gossips, is a growing tool for therapists counseling people on everything from smoking cessation to sexual-abuse trauma.Proponents say the text-based conversations are appealing because they're fast and anonymous - users can log onto a number of online services and connect with therapists who know them only by screen names. But many in the mental-health community say the format is too impersonal ...

    Posted at April 25, 2006 | By : | Categories : 2006 | 0 Comment
  • Painkiller Abuse A ‘Huge Problem,’ Conference Participants Are Told

    By David Hasemyer Union-Tribune Staff Writer Abuse of prescription painkillers has become so extensive that the drugs are being called the "new heroin" by leading drug authorities, who say the matter is becoming a national crisis. The abuse of these powerful painkillers was the topic of a one-day conference yesterday in Balboa Park, where medical experts and drug officials cautioned that more people are becoming addicted to these drugs than to illegal street drugs. This new generation of addicts ...

    Posted at April 11, 2006 | By : | Categories : 2006 | 0 Comment
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