Red Oak Recovery® Introduces Maggie Cain, LCMHCA, as New Director of Business Development
Red Oak Recovery® is pleased to introduce Maggie Cain, LCMHCA, as the new Director of Business Development for all of its programs.
Hailing from Texas, Maggie spent thirteen years in the nonprofit sector where she raised funds for children needing support through psychiatric, emotional and behavioral care programs in Arkansas. After earning her Masters in Mental Health and Clinical Counseling in 2016 from Southern Arkansas University, she became a Licensed Associate Counselor in Arkansas and began working with Bradford Health Services’ SAIOP program in Little Rock. She then transferred her license to North Carolina as a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate prior to working at Red Oak Recovery.
Maggie joined the Red Oak Recovery team in April 2018 as a Clinical Outreach Specialist, fostering relationships with colleges, schools, churches and attorneys in Asheville, North Carolina and Atlanta, Georgia. While working in outreach, Maggie also supported the Admissions team. She quickly grew to love helping families explore Red Oak Recovery as a treatment option and she transitioned into the Admissions Director role in 2019.
Reflecting on her experience in Admissions and Business Development, Maggie states, “I wish every family could come to Red Oak Recovey programs because I know every family deserves the best care, and care that comes from love. Giving love to our clients and families is the best start we can give a family in crisis. I’m lucky to be part of a team and culture that stands behind helping people and doing selfless, tough work everyday.”
To learn more about Red Oak Recovery or fill out an application, please visit: www.redoakrecovery.com
Red Oak Recover® & The Willows at Red Oak Recovery® & Foothills at Red Oak Recovery® are clinically-driven, trauma-informed substance use and mental health treatment programs that offer gender specific care to young adult men (ages 18-30), women (ages 18-35) and adolescent males (ages 14-17). Our deveopmentally specific treatment methods take in account clients’ unique stories, trauma history, gender challenges, substance use history, relapse triggers, and mental health issues. Our multi-credentialed (clincial addictions and mental health) master’s level clinicians integrate research-based practices with complementary modalities to help clients honor themselves, recognize their self-worth, and pursue positive change.