Who We Are

Our History & Mission

ARS was established in 2004 to provide medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder.

Addiction Recovery Systems restores lives by providing state of the art treatment to individuals affected by the disease of addiction. We provide an environment of recovery enhancing the lives of individuals, families and community by embracing our core values of Respect; Empowerment; Professionalism; Excellence

Our Team

CEO

Tara Andrews, MPA

Director of Operations

Melissa Maitre, BS

Senior Medical Director

Dr. Lee Tannenbaum, MD, FASAM

Executive Directors

Elizabeth Verdi, MSW, LCADC
Tracie Kennison, MS, LCADC
Danielle Davis, MS, LCDP, CCDP, CADC
Jacqueline Trotter, CSAD
Jessica Mastrangelo, LPC, TF-CBT, NCC
Jodi Herndon, MS, LPC CSAC, CAADC
Jennifer Keen, MSW, LCSW, ICCS, CCS

Accreditations and Associations

Internationally recognized nonprofit health and human services accreditor. 
Promotes high quality, effective medication assisted treatment for opioid addiction to assist individuals, families and communities to lead healthy lives in recovery and without stigma.
Advocates to eliminate the stigma and discrimination against people with opioid use disorders and focuses on legislative and other efforts at the local, state and national levels to improve access to effective health care.
Enhances patient care for opiate dependence for individuals and families. Promotes medication assisted treatment as a viable and best practice.

Pennsylvania Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence

To promote medication assisted treatment of opioid use disorder and reduce stigma.

Accreditations and Associations

Internationally recognized nonprofit health and human services accreditor. 

Promotes high quality, effective medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction to assist individuals, families and communities to lead healthy lives in recovery and without stigma.

Advocates to eliminate the stigma and discrimination against people with opioid use disorders and focuses on legislative and other efforts at the local, state and national levels to improve access to effective health care.

Enhances patient care for opiate dependence for individuals and families. Promotes medication-assisted treatment as a viable and best practice.

Pennsylvania Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence

To promote medication-assisted treatment of opioid use disorder and reduce stigma.

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