Landmark Recovery has named Matthew Baynes and Hannah Greenwald recipients of the 2021 Landmark Students of Recovery Scholarship. Baynes and Greenwald were selected from dozens of scholarship entries nationwide.
Baynes and Greenwald each received $500 for their essay submissions about the relationship between substance abuse on college campuses and how administrations can address the issue in a meaningful way.
Baynes is a sophomore exercise science major from Peachtree City, Ga., and is attending Kennesaw State University. Upon graduation, he plans to attend chiropractic school and open his own practice with his brother.
Greenwald is a junior communication major from Stevenson Ranch, Calif., and is attending University of California, Santa Barbara. After graduation, she plans to work in media, or particularly as a producer in the television industry.
Incoming or current college students are eligible to apply for the Landmark Students of Recovery Scholarship, with three scholarship opportunities each year in the spring, summer and fall. For more information, call (888) 448-0302.
About Landmark Recovery:
Landmark Recovery, founded in 2016, is an evidence-based addiction recovery organization offering passionate, individualized treatment including detox, residential, intensive outpatient, and partial hospitalization. Landmark serves communities in Kentucky, Indiana, Oklahoma, and Nevada along with its sister company, Praxis by Landmark Recovery, that serves the Medicaid population. The Landmark of Louisville facility was named the No. 1 Addiction Treatment Center in Kentucky by Newsweek for 2021. For more information visit www.landmarkrecovery.com or call (888) 448-0302.