Desert Hope believes that alcohol and drug abuse is a symptom of a deeper underlying issue. In order to stop the endless cycle of chemical dependency and build a new life, addicts must learn to address these core issues and confront unresolved traumas. Desert Hope offers its clients the hope and support to do just that, maximizing the probability of long-term recovery by providing individualized treatment plans and clinical options for the restoration of mind, body, and spirit.
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MS (Adult Education Industrial Sociology), North Carolina State University BA, (Communications), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Across environments as diverse as emergency rooms and behavioral health facilities, Marc Turner has blazed a trail of systemic assessment, problem-solving, and improvement. Early on, Turner’s ability to lead positive change brought him to the attention of Charter Behavioral Health, where he assumed the role as Regional Director of Quality Improvement for 8 hospitals. Later, as COO for Palmetto Behavioral Health System, Turner ushered 600 employees in a 231-bed system to meet and exceed targets for quality, performance, admissions and source referrals. In his many executive roles, Turner has consistently upgraded clinical competencies, upheld standards, and maximized compliance, whether to HIPAA, to National Patient Safety Goals, or to a host of licensure authorities. Turner is unmatched in maintaining both employee and client satisfaction while enhancing performance and quality indicators and meeting targeted budgetary goals.More
Dr. Hyder’s experience in addiction and mental health ranges from private practice to directorial roles in both large and small settings. He held the role of medical director at MMBH Hospital in Huntington, WV, and also spent six years as medical director at Albany County Substance Abuse Center. Dr. Hyder has a specialty in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). He has also conducted research projects, and given talks, in the area of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). In early leadership roles, Dr. Hyder has led the conversation on safety and institutional risk assessment.More
Robin L. Hoover has performed hospital procedures in high stress situations all over the country as a traveling Emergency Room nurse for 18 years. In addition to her experience and training in crisis situations, Hoover has specialization in informatics. She has devised exploratory projects leveraging the power of informatics to bring about improvements, for example, to improve outcomes for patients who suffer from substance addictions, or to improve accuracy and efficiency in ordering and labeling lab specimens in the acute care setting.More