The Q Newsletter | August 2018

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Quapaw House, Inc. provides a full continuum of care with treatment and support for every stage of recovery. Our Recovery Oriented Services include Outpatient Clinical Services, Medical & Observational Detox, Adult & Adolescent Outpatient services, Adult & Adolescent Residential services, Specialized Women’s Services, Medication Assisted Treatment Clinic services, Drug & Alcohol Safety, RE-Entry services, and Transitional Living.  

Quapaw House, Inc. has been assisting individuals with quality care, compassion, and treatment for over 40 years located within the therapeutic community of Hot Springs, Arkansas. Detailed information on each program can be found at 

www.quapawhouseinc.org

 

Diane Bynum, LPC, LADAC, ADC, CS – Clinical Director

Diane Bynum has 28 years of mental health and substance abuse experience.  She currently serves as the Clinical Director of Quapaw House Inc. in Hot Springs, AR.  She received her Master’s degree from John Brown University in community counseling and marriage and family therapy. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Organizational Management from John Brown University also. 
 
Diane began her career at Gateway House in Fort Smith, AR. working with women and children.  She joined the Western Arkansas Counseling and Guidance Center staff in 1993.  She was a case manager, mental health therapist, Associate Director and Director during her tenure in the Horizon program.  She has experience in residential psychiatric and outpatient services with adolescents and adults.
   
Diane is currently the President of the Arkansas Substance Abuse Certification Board. She has served as the past President of Arkansas Substance Abuse Counselor’s Association and Treasurer of the Arkansas Substance Abuse Providers Association. She has been an instructor for the MidSouth Training Network. She has participated in numbers Leadership Projects through the ATTC/SAMSHA National Leadership Projects. She served on the Arkansas Legislative Substance Abuse Taskforce. She has received numerous awards for her dedication and passion for the field of addiction.  She enjoys working with the co-occurring population and developing programs to reach people who need services. 
 
“ Addiction impacts more people than just the addict” “ Children, spouses, and other family members must learn to face challenges of addiction. It’s an epidemic that can be felt throughout the community.”
 
Quapaw House is proud to have Diane working in this vital role for our organization. For more information on programs and services contact Diane at 
DianeBynum@quapawhouseinc.org

Quapaw House Inc. understands that professional occupations demand elevated levels of responsibility, accountability, and performance that separate them from other occupations. Core treatment activities include individual and group counseling, educational presentations, and weekly group sessions for working professionals. Treatment will also include one-on-one therapy, daily 12-step meetings, medical and psychiatric care, family therapy sessions, therapeutic group activities and weekend family visitation passes.

Our program also features individual sessions with a licensed therapist to specifically address:

• Career restoration
• Licensing or disciplinary matters
• Participation in monitoring programs
• Continuing care recovery support 

 

 

 

Quapaw House is accepting referrals for male and female residential clients in our Promises Program. For additional information or to schedule a tour contact Vena Schexnayder at 501-623-3700
or click the button below to set up a tour.
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Quapaw House incorporates comprehensive assessments, individual, group and family counseling sessions from evidence-based programs.
Adolescent treatment integrates a traditional 12-step model of treatment to provide a holistic approach toward recovery. We accept ages 13-17 years old for services. Outpatient treatment is a 12 week program consisting of 2 groups each week available in daytime or
evening . For more information about Adolescent treatment programs and services or admissions criteria please contact info@quapawhouse.org  
 Call Vena at 501-291-0814 or email her at venaschexnayder@quapawhouseinc.org
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