Victory Recovery Partners announced that it has hired Ms. Dawn Harris to serve as Executive Director – Behavioral Health, responsible for the company’s flagship site at Farmingville, NY.
Prior to joining Victory, Ms. Harris was the Program Director at an outpatient substance abuse treatment center in Ronkonkoma, NY. She has more than 25 years’ experience in substance use disorder treatment and is a Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC).
“We are delighted to welcome Dawn into Victory”, said Don McCabe, President. “Her vast experience will be invaluable to managing our behavioral health team and helping our substance use disorder patients achieve lasting recovery.”
“I am happy to join Victory”, commented Ms. Harris. “We are all too familiar with the opioid addiction crisis plaguing our communities on Long Island. Victory is truly unique among addiction treatment services. They offer a full suite of services including medication assisted treatment (MAT), behavioral health counseling, psychiatric care, and wellness visits – all under one roof.”
Ms. Harris went on to note that Victory accepts any and all insurance plans, including Medicaid, Medicare, and managed Medicaid programs. “We also strive to admit patients into Victory within 24-48 hours from when they call us, recognizing that this sort of immediate access to help is often critically important”, she said.
About Victory Recovery Partners
Victory Recovery Partners was established in 2018 to provide outpatient substance use disorder treatment for patients throughout Long Island, NY. The company presently operates four addiction recovery centers in Nassau and Suffolk Counties staffed by physicians, psychiatrists, and behavioral health providers. In February 2019 Victory’s flagship site in Farmingville was granted certification by the New York Office of Addiction Services and Support (NY OASAS).
Prior to founding Victory, the company’s principals owned and operated STAT Health, a chain of a dozen urgent care centers located throughout Long Island servicing more than 250,000 patients annually.