Arise Addiction Recovery celebrates three years and a permanent home


by Sarah Craighead Dedmon

Fundraising is a regular part of Arise Addiction Recovery Director Paul Trovarello’s job because it takes a lot of money to run a 12-bed residential addiction treatment center. But starting last week, the house that serves as the Arise home base is one less thing they’ll have to pay for.

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