Tim Robinson, Jr. is the founder and CEO of Addiction Recovery Care, LLC, which operates a network of 30 addiction treatment centers in Eastern and Central Kentucky based in Louisa. The organization offers a continuum of care including centers for detox,
residential, transitional, IOP, outpatient, MAT, outpatient, vocational rehabilitation, and job training. The treatment centers are holistic with CARF-accredited clinical programs, medical services directed by an addictionologist, and a spirituality emphasis that includes the 12 steps and pastoral care. Robinson is a recovering alcoholic and former prosecutor who celebrated 14 years of sobriety in December of 2020.
Tim graduated from Cumberland College with a BS in Political Science and the University of Kentucky College of Law with a Juris Doctorate. Tim was a partner at Hogan & Robinson, PLLC before founding Addiction Recovery Care. Tim and his wife Lelia, consider it their mission to help those with substance abuse issues while focusing on the alleviation of generational poverty. They have dedicated their lives to offering opportunities for treatment throughout Kentucky. It is their heart and goal to help each and every person who is suffering from addiction.
Matt Brown serves as Chief Administration Officer at Addiction Recovery Care (ARC). He helps oversee the 700+ employee organization that operates a network of more than 30 addiction treatment facilities across Kentucky.
Matt oversees finance, human resources, marketing and communications, business development, strategic initiatives, public relations, culture, and leadership. He has been involved in the development of ARC’s program expansion since May 2015, during which ARC opened well over 20 programs. Matt is a leader, communicator, and relationship/team builder who drives results by working hard connecting dots, developing/maintaining trust, being consistent, and valuing, equipping, and empowering people.
Matt has a deep and personal understanding of addiction and the recovery process. Matt began his recovery journey in May 2014 after an 18-year battle with addiction. Like many of ARC’s employees and management, he personally received long-term care from the company. During his time as a client at ARC, he completed an internship with the company. This opportunity convinced him to leave the practice of physical therapy and to pursue a career in addiction treatment with ARC.
Matt holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Kentucky in Health Sciences and a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from UK. Before coming to ARC, Matt had a 12-year career practicing in the field of physical therapy. He helped launch and operate several successful physical therapy start-ups, is co-founder and board chair of rising Above (a community-oriented non-profit), and leads The Table Church in Louisa. Matt and his wife Summer live in Louisa, KY.
Pat Fogarty serves as the Chief Operating Officer for Addiction Recovery Care, overseeing the ARC recovery program, clinical department, medical department, residential treatment centers, outpatient programs, pharmacy, health systems, system analytics, and revenue cycle throughout the ARC network.
Prior to joining ARC Pat worked for the biopharmaceutical company, Alkermes, as the National Director of Community Relations. Pat’s team concentrated on reducing barriers to the treatment system and expanding opportunities for recovery through advocacy and policy change. Pat has extensive experience in addiction treatment and recovery, including previously worked in leadership at The Healing Place where he served in a variety of functions including program supervision, program development, business development, replication and community engagement.
Pat comfortably claims the distinction of being someone in long-term recovery and found his purpose in life with opportunities to work in the recovery field.
Pat is a University of Louisville graduate and a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Pat resides outside of Louisville, KY with his wife, Erin, and three children — Chris, Ruby, and Stella.