MARR Professionals Luncheon: Marsha Stone Discusses Recover-Oriented Systems of Care

Marsha Stone, CEO of BRC Recovery, was a featured guest last week at a behavioral healthcare professionals outreach luncheon in Atlanta, Georgia hosted by MARR Inc. After giving an overview of the BRC Recovery program, Stone spoke about the value of the recovery-oriented-systems-of-care (ROSC) model and how important it is today for addiction recovery providers to work together to provide a seamless continuum of care.

Marsha Stone, CEO

Referencing the BRC Recovery Program, Stone explained, “It takes more than “a bed and a Big Book*”. Providing a 15-month extended-care program gives our residents the best possible chance at long-term recovery. Through a structured step-down process, recovering addicts and alcoholics can transition slowly back into society.”

All of the participating attendees at the event were representatives from alcohol and drug rehab centers throughout the United States to include Sierra Tucson, Talbot Recovery, Ridgeview Institute, Wilderness Treatment Center, Aspen Education Group, The Ranch at Dove Tree, Focus Treatment Centers and Foundations Recovery Network.

Founded in 2006, BRC Recovery offers an extended-care recovery program for adult men and women struggling with alcoholism and drug addiction. Located east of Austin, Texas on 70 acres, the gender-specific 90-day residential program focuses on the 12 Steps, life skills, spirituality and fitness. After completing the residential phase, clients transition into company-owned sober living and 12 months of aftercare monitoring.

*The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous