Doraville, April 12, 2016 — Please join MARR Addiction Treatment Center in welcoming Sara Bright, MS, as Director of Business Development. Sara received her MS in Counseling from Northeastern University and BA in Psychology from Wake Forest University. She trained at Duke University as an Integrative Health Coach. Sara is well known in the Atlanta area as an experienced behavioral health outreach professional. Her previous experience includes work with Timberline Knolls, Rosewood, American Red Cross, Wake Forest University, and International Paper.
Sara said, “I am excited to bring my experience to a seasoned program that has an exceptional reputation for integrity and clinical excellence. To me, it is important that MARR is spiritually founded and centered on the 12-Steps. I believe in MARR’s balanced, holistic approach to total and lasting recovery.”
At MARR, Sara will lead the coordination of professional referral sources, implement all outreach efforts, and oversee the Family Community Outreach Program. Sara looks forward to advancing the message of MARR’s emphasis on total lasting recovery through clinically driven, gender-specific, long-term treatment that uses the Therapeutic Community model.
MARR Addiction Treatment Center is a non-profit organization that provides long-term, residential treatment for men and women established in 1975. MARR brings lasting recovery through gender-specific drug and alcohol programs. MARR is accredited by The Joint Commission, a member of the National Association of Addiction Treatment Programs (NAATP), and a member of Georgia Association of Recovery Residences (GARR), fully licensed under the laws of the state of Georgia.