Recovery Is Here

The Arcadia Trails Treatment Team

We can do this. Together.

Any treatment program is only as good as the people who bring it to life. At Arcadia Trails, we’ve searched far and wide to bring you passionate, driven leaders in the field of recovery, addiction psychiatry, mental health and trauma.

Jedidiah Perdue, M.D., M.P.H.Jedidiah Perdue, M.D., M.P.H.

Medical Director

"When I treat patients, I work to understand their values and goals and find treatments that are in line with those goals. Getting to be part of that journey is deeply rewarding, and I especially appreciate the opportunity to instill hope and provide encouragement."

Jedidiah Perdue, M.D., M.P.H., currently is the medical director at Arcadia Trails INTEGRIS Center for Addiction Recovery. He is dually board-certified in Addiction Medicine and Psychiatry, and specializes in treating addictive illnesses, psychiatric illness that co-occurs with addiction and psychiatric illness co-occurring with complex medical problems. Born in Ardmore, Oklahoma, Dr. Perdue graduated from OU College of Medicine in 2004, then completed his residency training in psychiatry at Duke University, where he also served as chief resident. Since returning to Oklahoma City in 2008, he has been active in clinical practice and has served in leadership roles for health systems and medical societies, as well as an instructor of medical students and residents.

 
Arcadia Trails INTEGRIS

Michael J. Hanes, LPC, ATR-BC

Director of Clinical Services

“I believe the creative arts and expressive therapies offer those with substance use disorders the opportunity to imagine and create a life of hope and possibilities that will lead to a path of sustained recovery. My goal is to offer compassionate, innovative and effective treatment that will help our patients build a lasting road to recovery.”

Michael J Hanes, MAT, ATR-BC, LPC is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Registered Art Therapist-Board Certified. He received his Master of Art Therapy from Wright State University in 1990 and his license as a professional counselor in 1996. Michael has over 25 years of experience working with mental health and substance use disorders in a variety of settings, including acute hospitalization, residential, outpatient and corrections. At Red Rock Behavior Health Services, he served as Executive Director of Jordan’s Crossing, a gender specific residential treatment center for women with children and co-occurring disorder.  Prior to joining INTEGRIS Arcadia Trails, he served as CEO of Eagle Ridge Institute where he oversaw the Family Treatment Center, also a gender specific residential treatment center for women with children and co-occurring disorders. He has served as a graduate faculty member at the University of Oklahoma and an undergraduate faculty member at Oklahoma State University-OKC. He is a well-respected author, having multiple publications in peer reviewed journals including the American Journal of Art Therapy, Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association and The Arts in Psychotherapy: An International Journal. He is author of Roads to the Unconscious: A Manual for Understanding Road Drawings (2nd ed.).  Michael has lectured at national and international conferences, seminars, and workshops.

 
Mason Phillips

Mason Phillips, MS, LMFT, CHt

Family Therapist

”I work at Arcadia Trails and do substance abuse treatment because I know that there is no person or family afflicted by the disease of addiction who is impossible to recover.”

Mason P. Phillips is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who received both his BA in Psychology: Pre-Counseling and Masters of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from Oklahoma Baptist University. Mason’s early career as a therapist began in Shawnee and other rural regions of Southeast Oklahoma. Although he has always been driven toward the work of substance abuse treatment, Mason became all the more devoted to the work after providing therapy services to individuals in the Drug Court program. Mason has a unique specialization in Hypnotherapy, which is very useful for compulsive habits as well as breaking deep traumas held in the subconscious mind. Mason’s core belief is that when we make our relationships healthier we can solve our problems.

Courtney Hays
Behavioral Health Case Manager II

Courtney Hays“I assist those afflicted by the disease of addiction by connecting them to resources and supportive services in the community. My goal is not only to prepare each individual for a life of sustained sobriety, but to live each day with excitement, enthusiasm and gratitude. My passion is connecting our patients to the recovery community so they no longer have to travel the path of recovery alone.”

Courtney is Arcadia Trail’s Certified Behavioral Health Case Manager II. Her duties include admissions, acting as a liaison between the sober community and Arcadia Trails, facilitating groups, and aftercare planning. Courtney has six years of experience in case management and addiction treatment. Before joining INTEGRIS Arcadia Trails, she served as Case Manager and Court Liaison for Oklahoma County Drug and DUI Court. She is passionate about advocating for her patients, eliminating the stigma of addiction, and assisting her patients with a smooth transition back into their communities.

 

Renella N. Shomo
Patient Financial Advocate

Renella ShomoRenella Shomo has worked for INTEGRIS Health for more than 20 years. Her passion has always been to help our patients navigate the sometimes difficult road of billing/financial assistance.

 

Other Team Members

Ready to Get Started?

It’s important to begin treatment as soon as you’re willing and able. And it's even easier now that we are able to accept the following insurance plans:

We now accept Bright Health insurance

Bright Health

We now accept WebTPA insurance

WebTPA

To start the admission process, call us at 405.216.2500 or toll free at 844.817.6685.

You can Fax us at 405.216.2590.

For general information about Arcadia Trails call, 405.216.2564