Susan Mullaly

Susan Mullaly is a badass. Don’t believe it? Ask to see her bracelet, a trinket gifted to her from a patient. Inscribed on the underside of it, discreetly engraved so as not to offend delicate eyes: “You’re a badass.” It’s a sentiment shared by many of the patients in the professionals Intensive Outpatient groups she…

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Roger Davis

If it weren’t for the coronavirus, this week at Cornerstone of Recovery would have belonged to Roger Davis. Before the COVID-19 pandemic canceled public gatherings, corporate conferences and large events, Cornerstone had planned to once again host the annual Railroad EAP Training and Networking Conference, as it has for the last 16 years. Every year,…

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COVID-19 precautions

UPDATE, 11 a.m., May 7 Within the next week, Cornerstone of Recovery will begin testing all patients during the admission process for COVID-19 antibodies. According to Travis Pyle, Cornerstone’s Director of Medical Services, “While this type of test is not a definitive, it will give us good insight and guidance on how to proceed with…

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As East Tennessee’s premier drug and alcohol treatment center, Cornerstone of Recovery is in the business of helping those afflicted by alcoholism and addiction through tough times. This week, however, the organization — located in the Blount County community of Louisville, just outside of Knoxville, Tennessee — expanded its mission to include helping its locally…

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Cornerstone of Recovery senior staff members (from left) Dan Schweickhardt, director of admissions; Steve McGrew, CEO; Dr. Scott Anderson, clinical director; and Dr. Fred “Kip” Wenger, medical director. The ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic has brought many aspects of life to a screeching halt, but addiction and alcoholism continue unabated. In fact, the uncertainty surrounding coronavirus…

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Donna Stewart

EDITOR’S NOTE: “Meet the Family” is an ongoing series designed to introduce you to the people who make the magic happen at Cornerstone of Recovery. We’re a big company, and with more than 250 employees, we go days and weeks before we learn one another’s names and stories — to say nothing of those who…

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