Cenikor San Marcos hosted a ribbon-cutting on Thursday, January 30, to commemorate the grand opening of our new youth recovery community center! A proclamation was made by special guest Senator Judith Zaffirini, PhD.
We are excited about this advancement in our Youth Recovery Community program. This community center will serve as a safe and sober space for youth and young adults to explore friendship, fun and education.
You can watch our news segment here or read the newspaper article here.
Cenikor Foundation opened a new call center as part of its focus on making recovery more widely available. The Access Center will provide information and support admissions to those seeking treatment for substance use disorder.
Vice President Amy Granberry spoke with KXXV about this expansion. “The absolute first step is calling and asking for help,” Amy states. “Then we do our best to help connect people to services they need.”
Cenikor Foundation currently offers intensive outpatient services at its facility in Killeen, Texas. This call center brings more jobs to Killeen and builds a local workforce to support its mission to provide a foundation for better health and better lives.
The Advocate responds to a newspaper editorial from Cenikor President and CEO, Bill Bailey. James Victorian, proud Cenikor graduate shares his own story of overcoming addiction.
“Today, I’m strong in areas where I was weak, and I’ve finally learned to put others before myself. I graduated from the program last June — at 56 years of age — and I’m looking forward to living the new life I’ve been blessed with to its fullest. I hope that anyone dealing with a substance use issue knows that it’s never too late to start over.”