KENTUCKY GOVERNOR MAKES TRIP TO PIKE CO. FOR OPENING OF NEW RIVERPLACE DRUG REHAB CENTER IN OLD SCHOOL BUILDING REBUILT BY LOUISA BUSINESSMAN
OLD MILLARD SCHOOL REMOLDED TO BECOME A LARGE SCALE ARC TREATMENT FACILITY AS GOVERNOR LAUDS EFFORTS OF ARC
AUGUST 15, 2019 – written by WADE QUEEN
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin traveled to southern Pike County on Tuesday, August 13 to personally see the completion of a project that involves a new large drug treatment site in a newly remodeled school site in the latest acquisition/expansion by an organization that is overseen by a well known Louisa businessman.
Bevin made the stop in the Millard area, visiting the old Millard school, that was recently renovated and transformed into a drug rehabilitation center for recovering addicts.
Bevin said that with the new building and the Addiction Recovery Care Program (ARC), “anyone who is struggling with addiction will have a chance to turn their lives around and seize the dreams they once had before turning to drugs.”
The founder and CEO of Addiction Recovery Care, Tim Robinson, a Louisa based businessman, said there will be 120 beds and anywhere between 35-40 employees at the drug rehab center.
Robinson said this project was all made possible by Bobby Sturgeon and Greg May who partnered together to help out the Millard community to overcome drug addiction.
To watch the video of Governor Bevin not only giving a interview as well as an interview of Tim Robinson can watch this YouTube video HERE.