We are pleased to introduce Greg White, our new Director of Admissions & Business Development! He comes to us from The Woodlands, TX and has been working in the recovery industry most recently as part of the admissions team with La Hacienda in Hunt, TX.
Greg will be primarily responsible for optimizing ARC's admissions process, managing communication between clients and ARC's staff, and supporting and growing ARC's footprint and service lines. In addition to his responsibilities, he brings an energy, passion, and lunch-pail mentality that blends well with his easy-going, helpful persona.
Greg believes that every person that reaches out for help should be afforded that opportunity and prides himself on going to great lengths to help clients and their loved ones find the best recovery options. His goal is to provide the very best in servant leadership without judgement while inspiring others to enjoy life.
Could do with some holiday sun and being smashed on rum and coke again 😅😩
I never imagined I'd be an #alcoholic
by the age of 25 - BBC Three https://buff.ly/2T1z3g5
Ain’t that the truth?! After not being able to drink last Christmas, I’m looking forward to having a cheeky drinkie poos or 2 this year! Plus look how lovely this lolly is, the perfect combo of gin and elderflower. Such a great gift made by @hollylollies
This book was written by me and my mom, we talk about our struggles with addiction and how we deal with it in two very different ways. My mom, an alcoholic, is dealing with the struggles of growing up in an alcohol addicted family, she’s a single mother, and the first in her family to attempt sobriety. Me, I'm a co-dependent, that had to learn survival at a young age. Being “the fixer” in the family, her childhood was filled with secrets, lies, and manipulation. Read about our journey and how God guides us through our recovery process. #recovery #codependentme #codependency #aa #na #coda #codependentnomore #love #12steps #recoverybooks #serenityprayer #bosslady #author #books #bookclub #amazon #amazonbooks #grateful #authentic #faith #truth #mytruth #alcoholic #codependent #lifecoach #blog
It was an honour to be invited to give a motivational speech to an Alcoholic support group today.
I arrived to inspire but left inspired.
The true motivators are those who manage to touch the floor each morning, knowing that - just like yesterday - the next 16-hours are going to be spent in survival mode: hoping/wondering/pretending.
Admittedly, I went into this with very human preconceptions: I'd imagined what those in the room might look like; how they might act.
Truth to be told: they were just like you and I. Men and women with families. Careers. Hopes and dreams.
If you're in the grip of addiction (and dependancy comes in many different guises) never be afraid to share your narrative. Speak your truth.
It may be the motivation you need for changing your dialogue from "I'm surviving" to "I survived".