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HoldSpace joins forces with American Addiction Centers, to Educate U.S. Schools about Addiction and Mental Health. We are kicking off nationwide initiative visiting to eleven schools in ten days.

Our mission is to provide quality, comprehensive, compassionate and innovative care to adults struggling with alcohol and/or drug conditions and mental/behavioral health issues. Through research-based and empathetic care we instill hope that long-term recovery is possible. Our purpose and passion is to empower the individual, his/her family, and the community through the promotion of optimal wellness of the mind, body, and spirit. For more information please visit Bit.ly/HoldSpace or call 888-399-7056

Our mission is to provide quality, comprehensive, compassionate and innovative care to adults struggling with alcohol and/or drug conditions and mental/behavioral health issues. Through research-based and empathetic care we instill hope that long-term recovery is possible. Our purpose and passion is to empower the individual, his/her family, and the community through the promotion of optimal wellness of the mind, body, and spirit.

For more information please visit Bit.ly/HoldSpace or call 888-399-7056

  AAC Rep Bios:

 

AAC Rep Bios:

Kyle Donnelly Hailing from the state of New York, Kyle Donnelly currently serves as a Treatment Consultant in the greater Richmond Virginia area.  Since joining American Addiction Centers in October 2014, Kyle has been tasked with creating an environment where AAC’s services are available to those in need.  Kyle prides himself on being accessible to individuals struggling with addiction and attributes much of his success to the compassion he developed having overcome his own personal challenges.  Kyle has devoted his life to aiding others in finding Believable Hope.  “As a son, brother, friend, and member of the American Addiction Centers’ family, for me, long term recovery means focusing on how I can stay on a path that will enable me to remain a constant source of encouragement and a resource for my family and my community.” Contact Kyle: kdonnelly@contactaac.com or (434) 485-1417

Kyle Donnelly

Hailing from the state of New York, Kyle Donnelly currently serves as a Treatment Consultant in the greater Richmond Virginia area.  Since joining American Addiction Centers in October 2014, Kyle has been tasked with creating an environment where AAC’s services are available to those in need.  Kyle prides himself on being accessible to individuals struggling with addiction and attributes much of his success to the compassion he developed having overcome his own personal challenges.  Kyle has devoted his life to aiding others in finding Believable Hope.  “As a son, brother, friend, and member of the American Addiction Centers’ family, for me, long term recovery means focusing on how I can stay on a path that will enable me to remain a constant source of encouragement and a resource for my family and my community.”

Contact Kyle: kdonnelly@contactaac.com or (434) 485-1417

Terrence Engles Terrence Engles joined American Addiction Centers and the Business Development team in May 2015. Terrence currently works as a Treatment Consultant in Roanoke Virginia area.  Prior to joining American Addiction Centers, Terrence was taken in the 20th round of the Major League Baseball draft by the Washington Nationals. Terrence spent 6 years in the Washington Nationals and Seattle Mariners organization. Terrence brings the passion and enthusiasm he has about the recovery field to the Roanoke area. His experience in addiction and doing the 12 steps gives him the desire to help other individuals find a better way of life. “I am very passionate about being able to guide someone and help them seek the right path just like someone did for me.” Contact Terrence: tengles@contactaac.com or (540) 910-0524

Terrence Engles

Terrence Engles joined American Addiction Centers and the Business Development team in May 2015. Terrence currently works as a Treatment Consultant in Roanoke Virginia area. 

Prior to joining American Addiction Centers, Terrence was taken in the 20th round of the Major League Baseball draft by the Washington Nationals. Terrence spent 6 years in the Washington Nationals and Seattle Mariners organization. Terrence brings the passion and enthusiasm he has about the recovery field to the Roanoke area. His experience in addiction and doing the 12 steps gives him the desire to help other individuals find a better way of life. “I am very passionate about being able to guide someone and help them seek the right path just like someone did for me.”

Contact Terrence: tengles@contactaac.com or (540) 910-0524

Melissa McCarthy Melissa was born and raised in Ellicott City, Maryland.  She received a full 5-year athletic scholarship to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hills – Varsity Women’s Lacrosse. She graduated UNC 2007 with B.A. Journalism and Mass Communication, Specialization – Public Relations.  Post college, Melissa moved to New York City to work for the National Basketball Association as an Executive Sales Assistant in Global Business Development where she gained a fast and furious education in business development, strategic partnerships, politics and life. Her personal struggle with life after sports, depression and addiction landed her in treatment.  Her willingness to surrender and to take suggestions has given her the gift of freedom from active addiction and a life she never imagined was waiting for her in recovery. She is now a single mother to her 4-year-old daughter, who Melissa says, challenges her to be better on a daily basis—she is the light of her life. Melissa started working for American Addiction Centers as a Treatment Consultant in 2011 and was promoted to Regional Manager of the Mid Atlantic in 2014.  Her position at American Addiction Centers has given her the opportunity to find her true life’s purpose—to offer believable hope to anyone who has the courage to ask for help. She is relentless in her quest to connect each individual with the best resources.  Why? Because someone did it for her and it saved her life. Contact Melissa: mmccarthy@contactaac.com  or  (443) 890-4309

Melissa McCarthy

Melissa was born and raised in Ellicott City, Maryland.  She received a full 5-year athletic scholarship to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hills – Varsity Women’s Lacrosse. She graduated UNC 2007 with B.A. Journalism and Mass Communication, Specialization – Public Relations.  Post college, Melissa moved to New York City to work for the National Basketball Association as an Executive Sales Assistant in Global Business Development where she gained a fast and furious education in business development, strategic partnerships, politics and life.

Her personal struggle with life after sports, depression and addiction landed her in treatment.  Her willingness to surrender and to take suggestions has given her the gift of freedom from active addiction and a life she never imagined was waiting for her in recovery. She is now a single mother to her 4-year-old daughter, who Melissa says, challenges her to be better on a daily basis—she is the light of her life. Melissa started working for American Addiction Centers as a Treatment Consultant in 2011 and was promoted to Regional Manager of the Mid Atlantic in 2014.  Her position at American Addiction Centers has given her the opportunity to find her true life’s purpose—to offer believable hope to anyone who has the courage to ask for help. She is relentless in her quest to connect each individual with the best resources.  Why? Because someone did it for her and it saved her life.

Contact Melissa: mmccarthy@contactaac.com  or  (443) 890-4309

The American Addiction Centers Scholarship

In an effort to help those who are helping others, AAC is excited to offer 3 scholarships for those studying in the fields of behavioral health, counseling, psychology, social work, nursing or related sciences.

With facilities across the United States, AAC provides comprehensive, compassionate rehabilitation services for those suffering from alcohol and drug addiction along with co—occurring mental/behavioral health issues. Our CARF—accredited treatment facilities support individualized treatment plans with research-based therapies and well—appointed amenities.

AAC established these scholarship awards to provide financial assistance to college and graduate students pursuing careers in behavioral health and addiction—related studies. Students eligible for scholarships are those enrolled or will be enrolled in behavioral health, nursing, counseling, psychology, social work, marriage/ family therapy, or other program focusing on treating mental health and/or substance abuse issues.

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 The American Addiction Centers Scholarship