Estes said, “Kevin has an extraordinary mind for business and success. He has spent the last 12 years in the marketing & sales industry, with the last 5 years being in the Addiction Treatment Industry and we’re thrilled to have him on board.”
Over the last 5 years, Kevin has been the Executive Director of Treatment Centers as well as Director of Marketing. He has worked back end of Treatment Centers for many years with the knowledge of what it takes to run a Treatment Center, financially and clinical with success for their clients in his mind at all times. Kevin continues to strive for excellence in everything he does, from giving advice to addicts/alcoholics to teaching others about industry ethics to teaching classes. Kevin has more than a dozen years in advertising, marketing, and sales.
Mr. Carroll is the holder of the United States Congressional Award with the Bronze, Silver and Gold Medals being awarded to Kevin in Washington D.C. after he was deployed to New Orleans after hurricane Katrina hit the Golf Coast in 2005. He was awarded due to his honorable service in the help to save lives and the rebuilding of New Orleans.
“I have always been the one to help people even when I cannot help himself,” Carroll remarked, referencing his own personal journey through addiction 6 years ago. “My passion for helping others and saving lives has led me to now dedicate my life to helping others and working in an extremely rewarding Industry.”
As we head into 2019, early reports show the nation’s opioid crisis has reached new proportions in 2018, continuing to increase from the unbelievable 70,000 deaths we saw in 2017. Overdose deaths are now higher than deaths from H.I.V, car crashes, or gun violence at their peaks.
A recent report by Fox News, “For first time, odds of dying from opioid overdose higher than dying from car crash” noted that a new analysis from the National Safety Council says the odds of dying by an accidental opioid overdose (1 in 96) have now surpassed the odds of dying in a car accident (1 in 103). Nearly 200 people are succumbing to overdose every day in the United States right now, with some areas of the country seeing hundreds of calls daily for heroin overdose.
Dr. Cali Estes and The Addictions Academy have been offering a wide-ranging assortment of advanced training for years in an on-going effort to counteract the growing addiction problem. The Academy has more than 30 faculty teaching over 40 courses in five different languages. Program graduates can be found in 23 countries helping address the addiction problem worldwide.
For more info on The Addictions Academy, go to https://theaddictionsacademy.com.
To learn more about Dr. Cali Estes, The Addictions Coach, visit https://theaddictionscoach.com.