Donte Stewart is a mental health awareness advocate and the Founder and President of Arrow Passage Recovery, a Leading Drug Rehab Center in Ohio.
A mental health awareness advocate both in his personal and professional lives, Donte Stewart is focused on making an active difference around the clock. Empowering the members of his community has always been key to Donte’s identity. And he doesn’t see that ever changing. His approach to mental health awareness is one that focuses on making a long term and lasting positive impact. This extends to his volunteer work in the community and his work with Arrow Passage Recovery, the drug rehabilitation center which he is Founder & President of.
Founder & President
Donte Stewart founded Arrow Passage Recovery with one thing in mind: to offer a holistic approach to recovery. Donte’s definition of recovery is one that takes into account the long term, and Arrow Passage Recovery’s addiction recovery programs reflect that.
Based in Massillon, Ohio, Arrow Passage Recovery is a Leading Drug Rehab Center in Ohio that provides a wide range of residential inpatient programs and outpatient/aftercare services. Donte Stewart and his team at Arrow Passage Recovery offer holistic approaches to ensuring lifelong recovery. That’s why the rehabilitation center offers a range of customized programs that meet the individual needs of each person strong enough to walk down a path of recovery from drug addiction. Some customized program offerings include 12 Step Programs and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Arrow Passage Recovery also offers Christian and faith based approaches, which are particularly important to Donte Stewart as a Christian man himself.
On numerous occasions, Donte Stewart has appeared as a VoiceAmerica guest on the podcast, Shattering the Stigma. Focused on discussing a dynamic range of topics within addiction recovery, the podcast aims to uplift community members struggling to overcome addiction. In his appearances, Donte has always made it clear that his goal is to ensure that anyone facing a mental health battle or drug addiction struggle knows that recovery is possible. And that they are not alone when they choose to take that courageous first step forward towards recovery.