Reach for Recovery is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Davenport as its new Executive Director. Davenport, who has more than 15 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, began his career in child welfare and family court. Later, he transitioned to macro-level work, focusing on foster home licensing and leadership at state and nonprofit organizations.
We are thrilled to announce the addition of Jordan Presto, PA-C, to our team at Reach for Recovery as Addiction Medicine Specialist. Jordan brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise as a Physician Assistant specializing in Addiction Medicine.
Reach for Recovery recently received funds from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), allowing Reach to increase SUD services significantly. The ARPA funds will allow Reach for Recovery to double the number of clients in the Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) for Opioid Use Disorder program, and help to expand primary healthcare services at Reach’s two residential treatment facilities.
The decision to accept all who need our help, along with the corresponding Medicaid rates, results in significant challenges to financially break-even every year, and even more so, to generate a surplus. Reach for Recovery’s Executive Director speaks on the importance of having a budget surplus.
As of October, 2021, Reach for Recovery is now offering Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) for those who need it. Read more about what MAT is, how works, and why it is an important treatment for many.
Reach for Recovery speaks to the pivotal moment when a person struggling with addiction makes the critical first step toward a life of recovery by reaching out for help.