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Meet Our Staff: Katie Lundy

We believe every staff member contributes to the success and wellbeing of our clients. Discover how, meet Katie Lundy.
By |February 24th, 2015|Categories: Uncategorized||0 Comments

The Physiology of The Addicted Brain

Misusing substances causes physiological changes to the brain. Discover how the physiology of the addicted brain works.

Meet Our Staff: Chris Pasquale, MA, CAP

An experienced and caring staff is the cornerstone of addiction treatment success. Meet our Admissions Director, Chris Pasquale.
By |February 17th, 2015|Categories: Uncategorized||0 Comments

Jennifer Nelson Appointed Clinical Director

We are pleased to announce Ms. Jennifer Nelson, LCSW, CSAT, has joined our team as Clinical Director. Click here to learn more about Ms. Nelson and her new role.
By |February 10th, 2015|Categories: Uncategorized||0 Comments

Relapse Prevention: Staying Sober After Rehab

Relapse doesn't just happen, there are warning signs. Discover how to prevent relapse and increase the odds of staying sober after rehab.
By |February 3rd, 2015|Categories: Relapse||0 Comments

What To Do If You Are Feeling Depressed

Here are some things that you can do to help you to feel a better when experiencing symptoms of depression.

Why The Delray Recovery Center is A Premier Rehabilitation Center

Discover what sets The Delray Recovery Center apart from other addiction treatment programs.
By |January 20th, 2015|Categories: Treatment||0 Comments

How Apathy Can Feed Addiction

For those who are struggling with or in recovery from addiction, apathy can be dangerous. Discover the relation between apathy and addiction.

Addiction is a Disease: Developing Empathy for Your Loved One

Addiction is a disease. Unfortunately, many people fail to see their loved one as someone who is suffering from an illness. Learn more in this post.

Plea for Help: Is Your Loved One Asking for Help?

People who are giving either conscious or unconscious clues that they need help are hinting about their troubles. Learn how you can help someone who is struggling to ask for help.