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ARCHway Cruise for Recovery

July 15th is the DEADLINE for signing up for the 2019 ARCHway Western Caribbean Cruise. We have a group of over 10 cabins already signed up to go on a fun, 5-day cruise to the Western Caribbean leaving port on October 31st. We hope you will consider joining in the...

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Welcome to the Team, Kim Devine

The ARCHway Institute is pleased to announce that Kim DeVine from Lake Suzy, Florida has joined the our team.ARCHway first connected with Kim when she was Vice Mayor of Punta Gorda, FL and in charge of the Drug Free Prevention Programs (Drug Free Punta...

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Mark Shields joins the ARCHway Institute as COO

Mark Shields joins the ARCHway Institute as COO

April 26, 2019: ARCHway is excited to welcome our new Chief Operating Officer, Mark Shields. This marks a major step for ARCHway in our passion of serving those that want to be on a path of recovery. Mark will bring experience in the field of...

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May-June HOPE Fund Campaign

During the months of May & June each year, the ARCHway Institute runs its HOPE Fund Campaign. Our goal is to help educate our followers on how even a small donation can help knock down financial barriers for individuals seeking treatment from the...

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Dr. Fred Rottnek joins the ARCHway Board

March 28, 2019:  ARCHway is pleased to announce that Dr. Fred Rottnek, MD MAHCM, has become our newest member of the ARCHway Board of Directors. ARCHway strives to have a very diverse set of skills and experiences on its Board and Staff. Dr. Rottnek is a great...

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An Amazing thing happened at the PGCC BOB

An Amazing thing happened at the PGCC BOB

On Feb 13, ARCHway officers Dan & Jan Stuckey were the hosts and speakers at the Punta Gorda Chamber of Commerce Business Over Breakfast (BOB) in Punta Gorda. Dan & Jan spoke about how ARCHway is working in Charlotte County to help families and...

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Media Coverage

Drug addiction opened a door to help others

It was Thanksgiving, 2012, and Jan and Dan Stuckey couldn’t stop crying.

After five years of “hell” and about $150,000 spent on treatment, their college-educated son’s drug habit had devastated them...

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