The program, put on by the National Alliance on Mental Illness Calhoun County, will feature speakers from Summit Pointe about opiate dangers and addiction; speeches will also be held by two women who were a part of creating Michigan’s Good Samaritan law
Mere months ago, Battle Creek Police Chief Jim Blocker told the 95.3 WBCK audience that an addiction recovery center was needed in Battle Creek - an option for those struggling with addiction to commit to breaking the cycle...
As the dust settles around Summit Pointe, Jeannie Goodrich's transition from interim to long-term CEO is beginning to gain traction. Goodrich recently announced the new administrative structure, including new Deputy Director Tim Nendorf...
After a tumultuous year dealing with the aftermath of an embezzlement scandal involving its previous CEO, Summit Pointe is recovering. That's the word from Jeannie Goodrich, a 20-year veteran of the organization who served as its interim CEO and has now accepted the position long-term...
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