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3025 Fountain Drive Suite 100, Conway, Arkansas, 72034
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Set against Conway's serene backdrop, clients find solace in gentle surroundings, fostering calm introspection. Our sense of community, supported by group sessions and wellness amenities, complements this transformative journey. As more than a treatment center, our clinic stands as a sanctuary of hope and healing, guiding individuals toward a brighter, substance-free future.


  • Treatments and Services

    Our program offers 12 hours of group and individual therapies weekly. It is designed to help clients improve their performance across all aspects of daily life. We integrate evidence-based treatments and holistic methods to provide a unique treatment experience backed by the latest research. Current IOP therapies offered: Positive Psychology for Addiction (PERMA) Mindfulness Relapse Prevention Health and Wellness Seeking Safety and Finding Your Best Self

Facility Settings

  • Lakeside

Meet the Staff

  • Angela Campagna
    Angela CampagnaProgram Director - MSW, LCSW
    Angela brings decades of experience diagnosing, educating, and treating patients using nonjudgemental and compassion-based treatment plans to the Program Director role. As a former United States Marine who suffered from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), she has a unique ability to connect with and advocate for those experiencing similar mental health struggles. Her focus for all the patients she serves is to provide support and facilitate healing using evidence-based therapy practices that are tailored to fit each individual’s goals. In addition to her Master’s Degree in Social Work and her certification as a Clinical Trauma Professional and Dialectical Behavioral Therapist, she is also certified in Advanced Nutritional and Integrative Medicine; Culinary Medicine to Improve Mood, Sleep, Attention, and Focus; Integrating Mindfulness; Psychotherapy; Treating Anxiety Disorders; Shame Shields; Suicide Bereavement Clinical Training; Suicide Intervention; and Core Competencies of Trauma, PTSD, Grief & Loss.
  • Michelle O'Conner
    Michelle O'ConnerTherapist - LADC
    As a licensed therapist for the Conway/Little Rock, AR Visit Health Recovery Center, Michelle brings 26 years of counseling experience with a demonstrated history of working in the health, wellness, and fitness industry. Michelle has had the privilege of providing Outpatient and Continuing Care for Army, Navy, and Marine service members as well as retired veterans at the Navy Medical Center (Marine Corps Base) at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina. She has extensive experience in conducting didactic groups, criminal and addictive thinking/behaviors groups, conflict resolution, stress management, anger management, 12-Step processing, relapse prevention, spirituality, money management/ budgeting, parenting classes, and teaching daily life skills. As an expert in group therapy, social services, crisis intervention, and case management, she brings her demonstrated skills as an educator and trainer to the Visit Health Recovery team. In addition to her Master’s Degree in Counseling with an emphasis in Social Agency from Henderson State University, Michelle is a Licensed Alcohol Drug Counselor in Arkansas and a Certified Naloxone Family Trainer. She is a Substance Abuse Professional for (DOT) Department of Transportation and provides substance abuse assessments for: Federal Motor Carrier Safety, Administration, Federal Aviation Administration, Federal Railroad Administration, Federal Transit Administration, United States Coast Guard, and Pipeline & Hazardous Material Safety Administration.

Financial Details

  • Our outpatient program provides flexible payment options tailored to each individual's unique needs.

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