Community Services Representative for Western MA
Mary has over seven years of marketing experience, with a specialized focus in customer service and relationship building. Mary has worked with addiction treatment providers, residential and outpatient treatment centers, and sober living facilities before joining AdCare, and thus brings industry-specific expertise to AdCare’s clients.
LADC-II, Arise Interventionist, Community Service Representative for Quincy and Southeastern MA
Karen’s diverse experience includes positions as counselor within the correctional system at MASAC-Bridgewater, supervisor of Steppingstone Men’s Halfway House in Fall River, and marketing representative for New England treatment providers. She is co-chair of the Advisory Council for Independence Academy in Brockton, MA. She received the 2014 Community Heroes Award from the Substance Abuse Prevention Team of Weymouth, MA.
LADC, CEAP, Community Services Representative for Greater Boston, North Shore, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine
Dan has given many years of service to labor programs and to others seeking recovery from substance use disorders. As AdCare Community Services Representative, he continues to help referring professionals, families and patients seeking treatment. Dan is a past president of the Labor Assistance Professionals of Massachusetts and the Massachusetts-Rhode Island Employee Assistance Professionals Association.
800.345.3552, ext. 3068
Kristi handles the many responsibilities associated with our busy department such as correspondence to referral sources, budgets and invoicing, promotional items, reporting, and technical support for our Customer Relations Management system.
MARY BETH PAPCSY
MBA, Public Relations Specialist
508.799.9000, ext. 4058
Mary Beth joined AdCare nearly a decade ago with a combination of public relations, marketing, and teaching experience. Her varied responsibilities encompass media and alumni relations, marketing communications, and special events. She especially enjoys her role promoting AdCare services because treatment saves lives every day.