Searcy, AR (PRWEB) May 03, 2016
Capstone Treatment Center is thrilled to announce the hiring of Hall Ratcliffe as Referral Relations Manager. He joins Capstone after eight years at Copac Addiction Services in Brandon, Mississippi, where he played an integral role in helping families through the healing process of substance abuse and other addictions.
In his new role, Hall will work closely with families and therapists throughout the healing process while building new relationships throughout the Southeast. “He has been someone who stands out in our industry doing what is best for families as they go through their most difficult times, seeking help for loved ones,” said Ruth Ann Rigby, Business Development Director. The newly created position of Referral Relations Manager is the perfect platform for Hall’s compassion.
“The standard is high, and I am very thankful and proud to have Hall Ratcliffe as a teammate to work alongside,” said Adrian Hickmon, Capstone Founder and Executive Director. “He has the heart, talent, passion and love of Jesus that makes him a perfect match for our team.”
Hall couldn’t be more grateful to join Capstone. “My family and I feel very blessed to be part of the Capstone team. Since I have a passion for helping families, joining a top-notch facility and staff that provides clinical excellence and healing for so many families was a key component for me. The Christ-centered treatment provided is absolutely amazing, and it is an honor to have the opportunity to work with such a special group of people who are truly God-inspired.”
With nearly 16 years in the industry, Capstone Treatment Center is a residential therapy center for young men ages 14 to 25 struggling with addictions and/or behavioral disorders. Canine Companion therapy is a unique and special part of Capstone’s approach. Each resident receives a Labrador retriever puppy upon admittance. The dog serves as a loving sober companion throughout therapy and for the years to come. Every resident also receives personalized attention from highly qualified therapists thanks to a therapist-to-resident ratio of 1-to-2.