Landmark Recovery is not affiliated and has no relation to Landmark Recovery Center in California. We are continuing to work towards our vision of accessible treatment and expand nationally, however we do not have facilities in California.

Williamson Herald

LANDMARK RECOVERY CUTS RIBBON ON FRANKLIN HEADQUARTERS

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Landmark Recovery hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to highlight its recent headquarters relocation to Franklin. The company treats individuals struggling with addiction related to substance abuse and helps them on their road to recovery. Landmark relocated its headquarters from Scottsdale, Arizona in May and employs a staff of 557 across the country.

Wave 3 News

LISTEN LIVE! KENTUCKY REPORTS INCREASE IN DEATHS DUE TO OVERDOSE

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Landmark Recovery’s Zachary Crouch discusses the increase in substance use during the pandemic and how Landmark’s approach to recovery focuses on an evidence-based continuum of care.

KTVN

DR. JASON KIRBY JOINS LANDMARK RECOVERY AS NEW CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER

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Landmark Recovery announced the appointment of Jason Kirby, DO, MBA, as the organization’s new chief medical officer. An expert in population health policy and dual board-certified in addiction medicine and family medicine, Dr. Kirby will oversee Landmark’s best-in-class medical team, medical strategy, and standards for patient care nationally.

KTVN

DARREN WALLER, RAIDERS ORGANIZATION MAKING LAS VEGAS HOME BY GIVING BACK TO COMMUNITY

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The Darren Waller Foundation has partnered with Landmark Recovery in Las Vegas to cover the cost for three recovering addicts to continue their journey toward sustained sobriety.

Williamson, Inc.

LANDMARK RECOVERY RELOCATES TO WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE

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FRANKLIN, Tenn. – Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson, City of Franklin Mayor Ken Moore and Landmark Recovery CEO Matt Boyle are announcing that the company will soon relocate its headquarters from Phoenix to the city of Franklin.

Behavioral Health Business

New Landmark VP: National Payer Contracts Key to Company’s Strategic Growth Plan

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When it comes to the nation’s $42 billion dollar substance use disorder (SUD) treatment market, services are naturally the focal point of most businesses. But providers can’t offer those services at scale without the help of payers, who have the power to make treatment more affordable and accessible to the masses.

Spectrum News 1

Treatment center reacts to ‘staggering’ overdose deaths in Kentucky

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Preliminary data from the CDC published last week shows that a record number of people died from drug overdoses last year, marking the most deaths since the CDC started tracking those statistics in 1999.

News 3

Alcohol Awareness Month: Alcohol abuse continues to rise, caused by a year of isolation

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LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — A Las Vegas recovery center is sounding an alarm over the rise in alcohol abuse caused by a year of Covid-19 social distancing and isolation.

Behavioral Health Business

Movers & Shakers: Brightline’s Executive Hires; Landmark Fills VP Role

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Scottsdale, Arizona-based addiction treatment provider Landmark Recovery has named Annie Rooney as its vice president of public affairs and payor operations. In her new role, Mooney will be tasked with developing Landmark’s government relations practice, as well as setting the company’s corporate strategy and managing relationships at the municipal, state, tribal and federal levels. As manager of Landmark’s payor relations, Mooney also will handle engaging with national and local health insurance plans at the commercial and governmental levels.

Behavioral Health Executive

Landmark Recovery Hires Executive to Lead Government Relations Practice

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Landmark Recovery, an Arizona-based addiction recovery organization with facilities in six states, announced it has hired a 20-year industry veteran to head up its government relations practice. Annie Mooney has been named vice president of public affairs and payor relations, a role in which she will set corporate strategy, and engage with municipal, state, tribal and federal leaders. The payor relations side of the role will include engaging with national and local commercial and government health insurance plans.