Patrick Fowler CADC III Program Director at Safe and Sound Treatment

Patrick Fowler

CADC III - Program Director

Patrick Fowler, CADC III, is the Program Director at Safe and Sound Treatment.

“We’re steering away from the hospital-like stereotypes and fostering a family-like environment to address physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual aspects of addiction.”

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