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January 2, 2020 (Cleveland, OHIO) – Recovery Resources is pleased to announce that Renée Holcomb Hardwick, M.B.A, CWS will serve as the new board chair effective January 1, 2020. Holcomb Hardwick, who is a senior vice president and senior relationship manager at Key Private Bank, has served as a Recovery Resources’ Board member since 2006. She succeeds Charles Royer, partner at McCarthy, Lebit, Crystal & Liffman Co., LPA, who served as Board Chair since 2017 and will remain on the Board.
"It has been a great honor to serve as the Chair of the Recovery Resources Board and I am pleased to pass the gavel to Renée who will confidently lead the Agency into 2020 and beyond," said Royer.
Holcomb Hardwick holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Dyke College, summa cum laude, an M.B.A in Finance from Cleveland State University, cum laude, and a Certificate in Financial Planning from John Carroll University. Renée was named as a 2019 honoree for the Women Economic Leadership Development "Women WELDING the Way", she is the 2014 recipient of Recovery Resources Helen K. Jones Woman of Strength award and is a founding member of the women’s philanthropy group, Circle of Strength and Hope.
"I am eager to help continue the important services Recovery Resources provides to people who need support in their recovery and care for their mental health. I look forward to working with fellow members of the board, leadership, staff, and stakeholders to create positive impact for those we serve in the community," said Holcomb Hardwick.
About Recovery Resources
Recovery Resources is a trusted partner in the community, providing outpatient and intensive outpatient treatment; Housing; Employment; and Prevention Education services that help adults triumph over mental illness, alcoholism, drug and other addictions. Recovery Resources was founded in 1955 and acquired by The MetroHealth System in 2019. Recovery Resources is your Partner in Health, Partner in Hope. More information can be found online at www.recres.org.