at Louisville Recovery Center
CO-FOUNDER, CHAIRMAN OF BOARD
Patrick Dunn currently works with healthcare organizations to help them grow and materialize their vision. He believes that culture and purpose are the foundation for any successful organization to be built upon. His innovative background in both clinical and operations has helped him to create and implement real solutions for organizations to reach their goals. Dunn is in long term recovery himself and is able to use that experience to help organizations improve services and results. He strongly believes that both substance abuse and mental health disorders are chronic conditions that require long term relationships with providers. Dunn believes in the Louisville recovery community and as co-founder and chairman of the board he couldn’t be more motivated to improve lives with LRC. Patrick loves, horses, being outside, and recovery.
CO-FOUNDER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
JP has been a staple in the Louisville Recovery community for over a decade. He has assisted dozens of men into treatment and throughout their recovery process. Being in long term recovery himself, Bailey has the experience to share that is priceless when supporting another’s recovery process. He has had the vision to help the Louisville Recovery community for many years by creating what his community deserves. As executive director and co-founder JP will oversee daily operations at LRC. JP loves tatoos, his family, and the Louisville Cardinals.
Duke Vinson is an expert in behavioral health clinical and operations originally from Columbus, GA. He has built and grown multiple large treatment centers on the East Coast. Due to Dr. Vinson’s extensive educational, career and personal background, he is dedicated to the mission to create clinically robust and accessible addiction and mental health treatment. He is excited to be a part of Louisville Recovery Center and to help further the mission. As addiction problems continue to grow in the Louisville region, the LRC recovery community must also expand with innovative clinical models that assist clients through medication-assisted treatment, outpatient treatment and long-term recovery. Duke loves hunting, his family, and more hunting.
Dr. David Stern is a trained internist and addictionologist with 30 years working on improving the overall health of patients. His motivation for working in the field of substance/alcohol use disorders and behavioral health comes from experiences in attempting to secure care for his younger son Alan who had a mental health and substance use problem. Alan passed in 2008. This family tragedy changed the trajectory of Dr. Stern’s career and led to his dedication to providing holistic, evidence-based and empathetic care to clients with mental health, substance/alcohol use disorders. Dr. Stern strives to provide the kind of care that he wished to secure for Alan. His goal is to “change the outcome” for his patients. He created the Center for Addiction Science at the University of Tennessee and guided it to receive the center-of-excellence designation from the American Board of Addiction Medicine.