Recovery Resources was started in 1999 by Rick and Jerri Thompson. They were not strangers to the recovery field. At the time, they had a combined total of over 20 years experience in the treatment of alcoholism and addiction Treatment.
Recovery Resources staff has grown to a team of qualified professionals. With its capability to provide a variety of recovery services, the facility continued to expand its role in the treatment of alcoholism and addiction treatment
In addition to offering certified S.A.P. DOT assessments, Recovery Resources contracts with multiple local school districts to provide a variety of services including programs for alcohol and drug education and prevention, tobacco education and cessation and on site drug testing.
Jerri Thompson CADC-II, ICADC, SAP
Jerri gained her experience working as a family service coordinator for the Tulare County Alcoholism Counsel, Visalia, California and a chemical dependency counselor for Sierra Recovery Services in Lindsay, Calif. She is currently the Director of Recovery Resources Adult Services.
Jerri is also a Substance Abuse Professional (S.A.P.) certified by ICRC and NAADAC to perform DOT assessments.
Among all of Jerri’s certifications, Jerri has also developed a perinatal program, a drug court program, a recovery court program and a women’s treatment program. She has also contributed to the book titled “Drug Courts a New Approach to Treatment and Rehabilitation,” with Judge Glade Roper.
Jerri has spoken at numerous speaking engagements at the University of Utah School of Alcohol and Drug. She continues to accept speaking engagements and can be reached at email@example.com.
Rick Thompson CADC-II, ICADC, SAP
A substance abuse counselor for adults, adolescents and families for since 1988, Rick has served in that capacity at both Pine Recovery Center and Turning Point Youth Services in Visalia, CA. He had also been the adolescent program coordinator for Sierra Recovery Services in Lindsay CA. Rick is currently the director of adolescent treatment programs for Recovery Resources and former CEO of A S.T.E.P., Inc..