BOYNTON BEACH, Fla., Aug. 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Addison Holding Group, LLC, the parent company of Addison House, whose
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In this new role, Mr. Gentry will focus on the client experience and assist in developing new programs and service offerings.
According to Haynes Young, Founder & COO of Addison House, "We are extremely excited to add someone of Tom's caliber to our senior management team. Not only does he bring a wealth of knowledge and experience throughout the addiction care continuum, Tom brings a passion and enthusiasm that mirrors our own."
For the past decade, Mr. Gentry has excelled in numerous leadership positions in the addiction treatment industry with a special focus on aftercare services. Prior to joining Addison House, Mr. Gentry has held senior clinical marketing positions with Turning Point of Tampa and Cumberland Heights.
Addison House is a FARR Accredited Level III recovery residence that provides supervised peer-to-peer communities for men in early recovery from substance use disorders. Their supervised, multi-phased programs are designed to provide residents with the basic tools of sober living as they transition from early sobriety to healthy autonomy. Addison House's philosophy is based on the belief that providing structure, accountability and life skills coaching to residents during their first year of recovery is the most effective path to success and sustained sobriety.
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