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INTEGRIS Arcadia Trails Center for Addiction Recovery Groundbreaking

The Oklahoman
October 5, 2017

By Meg Wingerter

Six years ago, Kelly Dyer Fry, Reggie Whitten, Terri White and Dr. Murali Krishna, met to discuss what they could do to fight the opioid epidemic ravaging the state of Oklahoma and in some cases, their own families. On October 5, the four met again and broke ground on a new 40-bed addiction facility. Arcadia Trails is scheduled to open in spring 2019 and will neighbor INTEGRIS Edmond, off Interstate 35.

Fry stated, over the last six years, approximately $23 million has been raised from foundations and individual Oklahomans to build a “world-class” treatment facility so families won’t have to send their loved ones out of state for treatment.

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Photos from the October 5 groundbreaking are below:

Bruce Lawrence, President and CEO of INTEGRIS

Bruce Lawrence, President and CEO of INTEGRIS

 

Ed Martin, Campaign Vice Chair of Leadership Gifts and Kelly Dyer Fry, Campaign Chair

Ed Martin, Campaign Vice Chair of Leadership Gifts and Kelly Dyer Fry, Campaign Chair

 

L to R - Commissioner Terri White, R. Murali Krishna, Kelly Dyer and Reggie Whitten

L to R – Commissioner Terri White, R. Murali Krishna, Kelly Dyer and Reggie Whitten

 

INTEGRIS and Community leadership breaking ground on Arcadia Trails Center for Addiction Recovery

INTEGRIS and Community leadership breaking ground on Arcadia Trails Center for Addiction Recovery

 

L to R - Sheridan Joslin, Dini Spheris Principal and Kelly Dyer Fry, Campaign Chair

L to R – Sheridan Joslin, Dini Spheris Principal and Kelly Dyer Fry, Campaign Chair