ARC in the News – Marijuana Classification Debate Raises Questions

August 12th, 2016|Comments Off on ARC in the News – Marijuana Classification Debate Raises Questions

MEDFORD, Ore. — The drug enforcement administration has denied a petition to change marijuana from schedule one to schedule two under the Controlled Substances Act.


ARC in the News – East Main Open House

June 28th, 2016|Comments Off on ARC in the News – East Main Open House

MEDFORD, Ore. — Addictions Recovery Center celebrated a year of expanding services in Medford on Friday.


ARC in the News – New Gambling Program

June 28th, 2016|Comments Off on ARC in the News – New Gambling Program

SALEM, Ore. — Beginning this month, the Oregon Lottery is launching “Responsible Gambling & You,” an online training program for Lottery retailers and their employees.


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  • Chris Mason - Executive Director
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Chris Mason, Executive Director
  • “I am honored to lead a great team of professionals with big hearts who provide hope and solutions to individuals, families and the community.”
  • “Every one of our clients deserves the opportunity to free themselves from addiction disease and become productive, healthy persons of value and self-worth.”
  • “We are there for people at their lowest point of their lives, and teach them the tools to be successful in recovery”.
  • “If we can use the resources we have today to help people lead healthier lives then we have used those resources well!”
  • “Above all else the ARC offers hope for healthy, clean and sober living.”
  • “It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.” – Confucius
  • “Addiction is a disease as serious as diabetes, heart disease or cancer and I am privileged to work with a remarkable team serving remarkable people where healing occurs every day.”
  • “We help those with addiction problems manage their disease and lead a normal, productive life.”
  • “ARC provides a full constellation of addiction treatment and prevention service that results in tremendous health, social and even spiritual benefits when positive treatment outcomes are achieved.”
  • “ARC helps remove barriers to treatment, so that those suffering from addiction can learn to help themselves.”