ABOUT ARCHWAY RECOVERY SERVICES
Substance Abuse Treatment & Rehabilitation Programs Since 1995
Founded in 1995, Archway Recovery Services has helped many on the journey to recovery. Incorporated in 2002, Archway has expanded its recovery services with residential, outpatient, sober living facilities, and partnered with a network of over 20 support agencies.
Archway’s board of directors is a diverse group of community leaders and former clients, each bringing a unique experience and personal investment in the healing work of recovery.
Archway believes that all people deserve to be well and live with dignity. We meet people where they are and help them step forward strong—out of addiction and into a life of joy, purpose and healthy relationships with others.
Archway has more than 25 years of experience treating alcohol and other drug abuse disorders. We use the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) Criteria to assess clients and develop treatment plans. Our staff receives regular training and peer-reviewed research that contributes to evidenced-based best practices to provide effective, results-oriented care.
OUR EXECUTIVE TEAM
Mr. Phillips has supported hundreds of families in crisis, with years of experience in family counseling, organizational leadership and as an ordained Episcopal priest. His perspective is grounded in both attachment theory and the neurobiology of addiction, with a focus on how early childhood experiences inform one’s emotional framework and relationships later in life.
Dr. Youssef Elmanawy
Dr. Elmanawy is an experienced psychologist in the fields of criminal justice, mental and behavioral health and human services. Prior to joining Archway, he was the Program Director for the Drug Medi-Cal facility at Napa State Hospital. Dr. Elmanawy has also worked at California State Prison Solano and the World Health Organization.
DIRECTOR OF FACILITIES AND OPERATIONS
Mr. Audette served as the Director of Operations for the Salvation Army at the Kroc Center in the San Francisco Tenderloin. Prior to this appointment he administered social service and community programming for the Salvation Army in Solano County. He also teaches in the Human Services & Addiction Studies at Napa Valley College, where he is committed to helping develop professionals in the field.
Love, Dignity & Respect
Step Forward Strong