For this episode, Zina interviews Rick Hubbard, Executive Vice President at Origins Behavioral HealthCare and new member of the NAATP Board of Directors. Rick discusses his journey to recovery that led to his long career in SUD treatment, the issues impeding access to treatment for BIPOC communities, and how marketing professionals must examine their outreach and community education practices to move toward an equitable treatment field.
Rick Hubbard began his career in behavioral healthcare in 2002. In 2012, Rick joined Origins Behavioral HealthCare as a Community Relations Representative and enrolled in the Addiction Studies program at Tarrant County College and received a license as a Chemical Dependency Counselor Intern. Rick was promoted to Western Region Director of Business Development at Origins in 2014, and in 2015 he accepted the role of Corporate Director of Business Development. Rick was named Vice President of Professional Relations in 2017, and promoted to Executive Vice President in November of 2018. He is trained in a variety of intervention models and has been instrumental in facilitating hundreds of structured interventions over the years.
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