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Renee Deveney

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As the content manager at Advanced Recovery systems, Renée Deveney is passionate about helping people struggling with substance use disorder. She leads a team of dedicated writers who provide insightful material for individuals seeking treatment. With a family history of addiction and mental illness, Renée is committed to opening up a proactive dialogue about substance use and mental health.

Renée is a graduate of Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, where she studied English literature and creative writing. She combines her editorial and copywriting experience to encourage people with stories of recovery, hope and self-love. A Southern girl at heart, she loves wrap-around porches, chicken biscuits and overusing the word “y’all.” When she’s not writing for The Recovery Village, you’ll find Renée dreaming of her next travel destination, painting or catching up on classic films.

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