Tim Robinson is president and CEO of Addiction Recovery Care (ARC), which offers treatment and recovery services throughout Kentucky.

Op-ed Submission: Fentanyl-Driven Addiction Crisis Requires Both Treatment & Prevention

By Tim Robinson

Every day in the United States, more than 270 people die from drug overdoses. That’s one person roughly every five minutes.

Attorney General Daniel Cameron

OP-ED: Biden’s Energy Policies Harming Kentucky Families

By Attorney General Daniel Cameron

FRANKFORT, KY (February 22, 2022) – In the last several weeks, our Office of Rate Intervention has heard from thousands of Kentuckians with concerns about the staggering increase they’ve seen in their utility bills. For many in our communities, it’s costing double and sometimes triple their average bill just to heat their home this winter. Makenze and I aren’t immune either. Our energy bill increased significantly in the last month.

Cathy Hanna

Op-Ed Submission: When It Comes to Health Care, We Must Prioritize People Over PBM Profits

By Cathy Hanna, PharmD

Reliable, affordable and local access to healthcare in our communities has always been important, but over the last two years, the need has become even greater.

During these difficult times, Kentucky’s community pharmacies have played a critical role in keeping healthcare close to home, ensuring Kentuckians’ access to their medications and providing much-needed consultation with a trusted provider, without delay.

Tim Robinson

Op-Ed: For Kentuckians Struggling with Substance Use, Nurses Serve a Critical and Lifesaving Role

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By Tim Robinson, President and CEO of Addiction Recovery Care (ARC)

When it comes to our health, the right care provider can make all the difference. Suppose you’ve ever been in the doctor’s office, urgent care or hospital for a broken bone, bad virus or the birth of a child. In that case, you understand the great comfort that a caring medical team can offer – not only to the person receiving care but to his or her loved ones, as well.

OP-ED / Workforce Housing: A “Must” to Attract New Businesses

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By: L to R - Shelby Williams Somervell, Greater Louisville Inc. and Tami Wilson, NKY Chamber of Commerce

Kentucky is a great place to live, work, and raise a family. It makes our jobs – working at some of our state’s largest pro-business organizations – exciting. We are proud to call Kentucky home and to help businesses thrive here.


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