NASHVILLE – ReVIDA Recovery Centers CEO Lee Dilworth announced on Aug. 5 the addition of Zachary Talbott as director of clinical services. In this role, Talbott has been tasked with developing and implementing a comprehensive behavioral health program within ReVIDA’s seven outpatient clinics in Tennessee and Virginia.
“Zac brings a wealth of personal experience and professional expertise to this role as director of clinical services,” Dilworth said. “We are thrilled to have a national thought leader like Zac join us in supporting our patients.”
Talbott, a Maryville native, received his undergraduate education at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, and received his graduate education in clinical social work from Walden University.
In 2013, he affiliated the southeastern regional chapter of the National Alliance for Medication Assisted Recovery after having directed its recovery efforts in Tennessee for a decade. He continues to serve on the national board of directors of NAMA Recovery.
Talbott will receive the Richard Lane/Robert Holden Patient Advocacy Award at the 2019 Conference of the American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence in Orlando, Florida. Talbott holds various credentials in addiction counseling, medication assisted treatment, e-therapy, and clinical supervision from state and international credentialing and licensing boards.
“ReVIDA Recovery Centers is dedicated to excellence in clinical services,” said ReVIDA recovery centers COO Ed Ohlinger. “With the addition of Zac Talbott to our team, we are ensuring that each patient receives the best possible care on their journey to recovery from opioid use disorder.”
As director of clinical services for ReVIDA, Talbott will be working with all of its locations, including the Morristown center on West Andrew Johnson Hightway.