“The road to recovery is challenging. Period. But the comfortable setting, caring staff and amenities allowed me to focus on myself and my recovery.”Jessica, Greenhouse

About Greenhouse Addiction Treatment Center

About Us

The Greenhouse addiction treatment facility is located in a beautiful former luxury spa near Dallas in Grand Prairie, Texas. As part of the American Addiction Centers family of treatment facilities, our experienced and compassionate staff can help you or your loved one escape the chaos that substance abuse has has caused in your life. In this peaceful atmosphere, we offer a comprehensive continuum of research-based individualized treatment for adult men and women struggling with addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders.

Greenhouse Clinical Team

The clinical staff at Greenhouse has years of experience in the addiction and mental health industry. Our treatment team is staffed with caring, compassionate, and qualified clinicians. We only select appropriately licensed physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, therapists, nurses, and support staff to work with the client on a plan for long-term recovery.

AAC Leadership

The AAC leadership team brings to each treatment facility addiction industry expertise and research-based programs. Our Executive Management Team is based at our corporate office in Brentwood, Tennessee (outside of Nashville, Tennessee) and is represented by professionals with decades of experience in behavioral healthcare and healthcare operations.

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The Greenhouse Team

Our team is comprised of highly qualified, passionate individuals who strive every day to provide the best care possible.

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Marc C. Turner,M.S., Greenhouse CEO

MS (Adult Education Industrial Sociology), North Carolina State University
BA, (Communications), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Across environments as diverse as emergency rooms and behavioral health facilities, Marc Turner has blazed a trail of systemic assessment, problem-solving, and improvement. Early on, Turner’s ability to lead positive change brought him to the attention of Charter Behavioral Health, where he assumed the role as Regional Director of Quality Improvement for 8 hospitals. Later, as COO for Palmetto Behavioral Health System, Turner ushered 600 employees in a 231-bed system to meet and exceed targets for quality, performance, admissions and source referrals. In his many executive roles, Turner has consistently upgraded clinical competencies, upheld standards, and maximized compliance, whether to HIPAA, to National Patient Safety Goals, or to a host of licensure authorities. Turner is unmatched in maintaining both employee and client satisfaction while enhancing performance and quality indicators and meeting targeted budgetary goals.

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Kathleen Kelley,LCSW, Clinical Director, Greenhouse

MSW, Florida State University
BSW, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Kathleen Kelley has served in leadership positions in environments ranging from wilderness programs and residential addiction treatment centers to behavioral healthcare hospitals. Ms. Kelley emerged as a leader early in her career when she developed two different wilderness programs for adolescent girls. She continued her leadership in clinical programs at Bradford Health Services where she served in a variety of roles including Clinical Director for adult and adolescent programs in both inpatient and outpatient settings and Assistant Administrator of a 184 bed residential addiction treatment center. During her 22 years at Bradford Health Services, Ms. Kelley led teams to maintain the highest regulatory compliance and clinical quality. She then assumed the mantle of COO for Crescent Pines Hospital, a psychiatric hospital serving children, adolescents, and adults, where her leadership skills continued to shine. Throughout her career Ms. Kelley has stood for the highest levels of clinical services, quality improvement, and regulatory compliance.

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Bobby Slater, MSN RN BPMP, Director of Nursing, Greenhouse

MSN (Nursing Informatics; Nursing Leadership and Management; Nursing Education), Walden University, 2009, 2010, 2011
BPMP (Business Process Management Professional)
BS (Nursing), University of Phoenix, 2007

Whether as an EMT, a registered Nurse, or a deputy Sheriff, Bobby Slater has been exceptionally devoted to service throughout his career. He served in the U.S. Army Reserve Nurse Corps for 10 years as a Captain and trauma nurse and went on to serve in a civilian capacity at the U.S. Army Medical Command at William Beaumont Army Medical Center (WBAMC). The excellence of Slater’s service at WBAMC, first as a case manager supervisor for the Wounded Warrior Project, as a charge nurse on the in-patient behavioral health unit, and then, after earning three Master’s degrees, as Informatics Nurse and Lead Clinical Workflow Analyst, earned him the Army Achievement Medal for Civilian Service. This combination of talents allow Slater to ensure Greenhouse has a thorough, dedicated, and caring nursing staff.

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Jeremiah Jackson, Greenhouse Alumni Coordinator

Jeremiah joined American Addiction Centers in 2015 as the Greenhouse Alumni Coordinator. Originally, from Washington State, Jeremiah is, himself, an alumnus of Greenhouse. Because he has seen first-hand how addiction hurts people and destroys families, he is proud to be in a position to work with other Greenhouse alums, supporting the constructive process of recovery. Planning events, talking with clients, and raising awareness are just a few of his goals with our Alumni graduates.

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Robert Escalon, Business Administrative Manager

E.M.B.A., University of Texas at Arlington, 2014
JD, Oklahoma City University, 1997
B.B.A. (Finance), University of Houston,1990

After 10 years working in the field of law, Escalon joined operations administration at Greenhouse, the spa, in 2002. When AAC acquired the facility in 2011, Escalon joined the transitional team that would take Greenhouse from a hospitality business to a treatment center. He coordinated financial and logistical operations contributing to initial licensing, accreditation, staffing and human resource management, and compliance. As part of this team he also oversaw an expansion and growth that brought Greenhouse from a 70-bed to a 130-bed facility. Within his role, Escalon strives for transformational leadership, both challenging and inspiring others to take greater ownership and accountability for their work. This, he feels, drives organizational excellence.