The Recovery Center USA is proud to announce the appointment of Traci Mason, MBA, OCPC as Vice President of Ohio and Tennessee operations. Traci has been an integral part of The Recovery Center USA team, and her passion for the work that she does and the clients that she serves is truly inspiring.
As Vice President of Ohio and Tennessee operations, Traci is responsible for overseeing the expansion of The Recovery Center USA’s services into Ohio and Tennessee. Traci is excited to work alongside the executive leadership team, including CEO Dr. Warrick Stewart, to bring trauma-informed care to even more clients, as she believes that this approach is critical to helping clients achieve long-term success in their recovery journeys.
Trauma-informed care is an approach to treatment that recognizes the impact of trauma on an individual’s mental health and well-being. It emphasizes safety, trust, and empowerment, and it is designed to help clients build resilience and develop coping skills that will help them manage the effects of trauma over time. Traci shares our passion for trauma-informed care and believes that it is essential to providing high-quality care to clients.
Traci has an amazing staff that shares her passion and desire to help clients succeed. Together, they are committed to providing the highest quality care and support to clients in Ohio and Tennessee.
The Recovery Center USA is honored to have Traci as Vice President of Ohio and Tennessee operations and we look forward to working with her to continue providing exceptional care to clients.
Congratulations, Traci, on your well-deserved promotion!
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What does a Vice President of The Recovery Center USA Do?
The Vice President of The Recovery Center USA plays a crucial role in ensuring that the organization is providing the highest quality care and support to clients. This role is responsible for overseeing all operations within the organization, including clinical services, administrative functions, and financial management.
One of the primary responsibilities of a Vice President of a behavioral healthcare organization is to ensure that the organization is in compliance with all relevant regulations and laws. This includes monitoring and reporting on quality of care, ensuring that the organization is operating within its budget, and managing the organization’s relationships with stakeholders, including clients, staff, and community partners.
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