Paige K. Prentice, MM, CASAC
Senior Vice President of Operations
Paige Prentice started her career with Horizon Corporations in 1995 as a recreational therapist at Horizon Village. She has been promoted several times over the years and in her current position as Senior Vice President of Operations, her responsibilities have expanded to include administrative and operational oversight for programs across the corporation. These programs include our residential programs (detox, inpatient and residential rehabilitation) as well as behavioral medicine services (nursing, psychiatry, integration and medication assisted treatment). Paige has been working for the past several years to expand the residential and behavioral medicine capacity to meet the growing needs of the community impacted by substance use.
Before coming to Horizon, Paige spent seven years at DeGraff Memorial Hospital as an exercise physiologist in the cardiac rehabilitation unit. She received her bachelor’s degree from SUNY Brockport in Physiology, but eventually went back to school to become a Certified Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor. Paige received her master’s degree in organizational management from the University of Phoenix. She has presented at the statewide and national level at various conferences on topics ranging from culture building, executive coaching, employee engagement, performance incentives, strategic planning, and servant leadership.
Paige is an active member of the New York State Association of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Professionals (NYS ASAP), serving on their board and active with their various committees to advance the field of substance use disorders and promote the possibility of recovery. She is a graduate of Leadership Buffalo, Class of 2010, as well as the national Women’s Addiction Services Leadership Institute (SAMHSA, WASLI, 2010). She was selected as a leadership coach with WASLI in 2015. Paige has a particular interest in mentoring other aspiring leaders to positively impact their development and growth. She was recognized for her leadership in 2013 as the NYS recipient of the Eileen Pencer Women’s Leadership Award.