Their first step towards recovery was opening their doors on Tuesday morning.
"For the last couple of days it’s making sure that people know that we are going to get through this. That there is a lot to grateful for. That no one was in the building when the fire started and no one was hurt,” Paris said.
The ARC has had no disruption of services. All client and group services went on as normal.
Paris tells NEWSWATCH 12 that was their plan the entire time.
"We have heard from every community partner every other treatment partner in the valley has reached out to say what we can do, what do you need,” Paris added.
Paris tells NEWSWATCH 12 that the support has been overwhelming at times but she is glad that she knows that the community has her back.
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