RECOVERY PATHWAYS held a ribbon cutting for its new office in Corunna Friday, June 3 with the help of the Shiawassee Regional Chamber of Commerce (SRCC). The office opened at 115 N. Shiawassee St., Corunna, in April to partner with the county’s new drug court, and the licensed professionals have been treating patients with substance abuse and mental health issues for approximately a month. And while the facility has been working closely with Circuit Court Judge Matt Stewart to treat drug court patients, the staff is qualified to treat independent clients as well.
Shown during the ribbon cutting are Corunna Mayor Charles Kerridge and Owosso Township Supervisor Danny Miller; SRCC ambassadors Tami Sawyer and Julianne Skrbec; and drug court team members parole/probation supervisor Kim Eisenbeis, case worker Brenda Polk, master social worker Janice Eickholt, licensed counselor Kim Christensen, court administrator Krissi Lab, defense attorney Matthew McKone, and Pathways Director Kimber Debelak. Judge Stewart and addiction and pain specialist
Dr. William Morrone teamed up to cut the ribbon.
While the office is staffed daily by only Eickholt and Christensen, all of the team members fill a role in the screening and treatment of drug court patients.
(Independent Photo/Graham Sturgeon)

RECOVERY PATHWAYS ribbon cutting was last modified: June 13th, 2016 by Karen Elford