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Our Caring Staff

Joshua Scott

CEO
Joshua Scott is an experienced healthcare executive, who has a proven record of designing and implementing intervention.

Anna Barret

Clinical Director
Anna earned her Masters of Social Work at Barry University in Miami, FL in 2017 and completed her internship in co-occurring disorders.

Daphne Dorce

Medical Director
Dr. Daphne Dorce is a board certified psychiatrist in general psychiatry, forensic psychiatry and addiction medicine.

Matthew E. Navratil

Clinical Supervisor
Matthew E. Navratil received his BS in Criminal Justice from George Washington University and a Masters in Social Work from Barry University.

Amanda Eilola

Clinical Supervisor
Amanda is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker & Certified Experiential Therapist II working in substance abuse recovery for 14+ years.

Virginia Clancy

Primary Therapist
Virginia is a Certified Addiction Pro. currently advancing her education at FAU where she recently received the Heart of Social Work Award.

Programs Designed With Your Needs in Mind

2535 S Downing St Suite 500 Denver, CO 80210

CuraWest is part of the Guardian Recovery Network (GRN), a leader in substance use disorder treatment with two decades of experience providing a full continuum of care for clients and their families throughout the recovery process.

The CuraWest – Detox & Recovery experience was created by top addiction treatment professionals and using extensive feedback from clients to create a truly unique and highly effective program. We serve as the Denver Area’s leading substance use disorder detoxification center. Our highly trained staff utilizes detoxification protocols designed to comfortably and safely eliminate physical dependence on substances and works to effectively help clients take the first step in their recovery.

At CuraWest we use utilize a combination of evidence-based practices and holistic methods to provide an individualized recovery experience that is tailored to each patient’s unique situation. The disease of chemical dependency can strike anyone, regardless of age, gender, education, or socioeconomic status. CuraWest is here to help people redirect themselves out of that negative trajectory and successfully enter a new life free from addiction.

Brian Tierney

Executive Director
Since entering recovery in 2016 he has been volunteering and working in the substance use disorder treatment space.

Kyli Day

Clinical Director
Kyli received her Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and Psychology from the University at Buffalo and a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Canisius College.

Ashley Jordison

Director of Nursing
She has spent most of her career working in Addiction Medicine while living in Illinois as a Charge/Admissions Nurse for a detox and residential facility.

Sarah O’Donnell

Director of Operations
After embarking on her own recovery journey in 2016, Sarah developed a true passion for helping others to achieve healing in recovery.

Taylor Gould

Counselor
Having received his B.A. in Sociology – Criminal Justice, B.S. in Psychology he has advanced to his Master’s in Forensic Psychology from the University of Denver.

Nicole Hannah

Nurse
Nicole is a compassionate nurse with 26 years of experience working in the healthcare field. Nicole has a Bachelors in Healthcare.
405 7th Ave SW Largo, FL 33770

CuraSouth is part of Guardian Recovery Network (GRN), a leader in substance use disorder treatment with facilities in multiple states and two decades of experience providing a full continuum of care for clients and their families. Combining extensive client feedback with sound clinical research, our addiction treatment professionals have strategically crafted the CuraSouth detox and recovery experience to best serve clients and their families as they begin to rebuild their lives.

Detox is the vital first step toward recovery. It is a critical time to build the firm foundation on which an individual’s long term recovery will be built. The CuraSouth detox & recovery experience is designed to make the withdrawal process as safe and comfortable as possible. Rather than detoxing in a sterile, hospital setting, CuraSouth clients undergo detox in a serene, cozy, homestyle facility with compassionate staff and a world-class clinical team.

As our client’s minds and bodies detoxify, we begin to address the deeper roots of addiction. While addressing the physical manifestations of addiction is essential, addressing the mental, emotional and spiritual effects of addiction is also imperative. Individual, group and family therapy is offered in addition to holistic treatment methods, 12-step recovery tools and detailed aftercare planning. Every client completes detox with a clear path forward. We help clients find hope and launch confidently into the next phase of their recovery.

Travis Atchison

Clinical Director
Travis Atchison is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Master’s Level Certified Addiction Professional.

Billy LaBare

Director of Operations
Billy started working in the recovery field managing sober living houses in Ft Lauderdale in 2011. Since then, he has gained knowledge working in treatment programs both inpatient and outpatient.

Addison Lackey

Counselor
Addison earned her degree from West Virginia University before coming to Florida to pursue work in mental healthcare.

Michael Maloney

Counselor
Michael has over 30 years professional and personal recovery experience in the field of addictions medicine.
3333 S Congress Ave Suite 401 Delray Beach, FL 33445

About Immersion & Recovery Center
Immersion Recovery Center is part of the Guardian Recovery Network (GRN), a leader in substance use disorder treatment with two decades of experience providing a full continuum of care for clients and their families throughout the recovery process.

The Immersion Recovery experience was created by top addiction treatment professionals and using extensive feedback from clients to create a truly unique and highly effective program. We serve as South Florida’s leading substance use treatment center.

Immersion Recovery utilizes a combination of evidence-based practices and holistic methods to provide an individualized recovery experience that is tailored to each patient’s unique situation. The disease of chemical dependency can strike anyone, regardless of age, gender, education, or socioeconomic status. Immersion Recovery Center is here to help people redirect themselves out of that negative trajectory and successfully enter a new life free from addiction.

Dr. Daphne Dorce

Medical Director
Dr. Daphne Dorce is a board certified psychiatrist in general psychiatry, forensic psychiatry and addiction medicine. She brings 17 years of clinical expertise evaluating and treating patients with mental health disorders including substance use disorders.

Kenny Silver

Executive Director
After embarking on his recovery journey in 2010, Kenny quickly developed a passion for helping others. Kenny began working in the addiction treatment industry in 2011 and has experience in program development, addiction within the family system and community outreach.

Charrisse Clark-Smith

Chief Nursing Officer
Charisse is a cherished member of the medical team at Guardian Recovery Network. With more than 20 years of experience as a nurse, Charrisse leads by example with passion and conviction.

Leslie Rhinebarger

Director of Nursing
Originally from Indiana, where she obtained her degree in Nursing in 2009, Leslie began her career as a surgical Nurse in the operating room specializing in complex Orthopedic and Neuro procedures.

Tina Hepworth

Clinical Director
Tina Hepworth is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of Florida. She received her undergraduate degree at West Virginia University where she studied Criminology and Investigations, and obtained her graduate degree in Social Work at Florida Atlantic University.

Anna Marie Barrett

Outpatient Clinical Director
Anna earned her Masters of Social Work at Barry University in Miami, FL in 2017 and completed her internship in co-occurring disorders.
17 Bishop St Portland, ME 04103

Pine Tree Recovery Center is part of the Guardian Recovery Network (GRN), a leader in substance use disorder treatment with two decades of experience providing a full continuum of care for clients and their families throughout the recovery process.

The Pine Tree Recovery Center experience was created by top addiction treatment professionals and using extensive feedback from clients to create a truly unique and highly effective program. We serve as the northeast region’s leading substance use disorder detoxification and outpatient treatment center. Our highly trained staff utilizes detoxification protocols designed to comfortably and safely eliminate physical dependence on substances and works to effectively help clients take the first step in their recovery. Our outpatient program is focused on working with client throughout their recovery and helping them overcome the struggles that can lead to relapse.

Pine Tree Recovery Center utilizes a combination of evidence-based practices and holistic methods to provide an individualized recovery experience that is tailored to each patient’s unique situation. The disease of chemical dependency can strike anyone, regardless of age, gender, education, or socioeconomic status. Pine Tree Recovery Center is here to help people redirect themselves out of that negative trajectory and successfully enter a new life free from addiction.

Kerry MacDonald

Executive Director

Kerry has worked in the addiction, behavioral and mental health field for over 10 years and has an extensive professional background in clinical nutrition, hospital management and health care.

Randi Bruneau

Clinical Director
Randi Bruneau is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor and Supervisor who has over 20 years of experience in the field of mental health and addictions.

Mandy Bracy

Director of Nursing
Mandy Bracy serves as the Director of Nursing at Pine Tree Recovery Center. Mandy graduated from University of Southern Maine with a Bachelors of Science in Nursing.

Janine Galatis

Day Charge Nurse
Janine Galatis serves as the Day Charge Nurse at Pine Tree Recovery Center. She has been a Licensed Registered Nurse for the last 8 years in a variety of settings and has found her place in detox nursing.

Alison Tetrault

Medical Provider
Ali is a Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP). Ali has a decade of nursing experience to precede her transition to the NP role with several years in substance use disorders.

Gabrielle Bowker

Medical Provider
Gabrielle is a board-certified family nurse practitioner who specializes in addiction medicine.
446 Main St Plymouth, NH 03264

Since 2002, The Plymouth House has been providing individuals and their families hope for a better life, free from addiction. We are not a treatment center in the traditional sense of the term. We are a 12-Step retreat, nestled in the gorgeous foothills of the White Mountains, where individuals come to disconnect and dive deep into working the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.

Our founder, Tom S., believed wholeheartedly in the power of the 12 Steps to transform lives. The Steps give individuals the spiritual and emotional tools necessary to lead fulfilling, joyful, meaningful, love-filled lives. The Steps are a pathway leading to true, lifelong recovery.

In 2021, The Plymouth House joined Guardian Recovery Network, a leader in substance use disorder treatment with two decades of experience providing a full continuum of care for clients and their families throughout the recovery process. By joining Guardian Recovery Network, The Plymouth House was able to combine its expertise as a 12-Step retreat with Guardian’s world-class excellence in medical and clinical care.

Being a part of Guardian Recovery Network has allowed The Plymouth House to expand its medical and clinical staff to include primary care physicians, licensed psychiatrists, and experienced clinicians. This has opened the door for individuals wishing to cover the cost of treatment with health insurance. Now The Plymouth House excels in all areas — medical, clinical and the 12-Step recovery process.

Jason Cuthbert

Executive Director
After embarking on his recovery journey in 2003, Jay quickly developed a passion for helping others. Jay began working in the addiction treatment industry in 2005 with a brief respite to pursue a BA in Philosophy from UMASS Boston.

Emily Phinney

Director of Nursing
Emily started her nursing career in 2007 as an LPN, obtained her RN in 2012 and graduated from Southern New Hampshire University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2017.

Kerry Andrek

Clinical Supervisor
Kerry Andrek began her recovery journey in September 1994. She has been a speaker and lecturer on 12 step recovery for the past 26 years.

Chris Leston

Primary Therapist
Amy began her own journey into recovery in 2003 at The Plymouth House. After pursuing a degree in Psychology and becoming a licensed alcohol and drug counselor (LADC) she has had the opportunity to connect with men and women who are exploring how substance use and other behaviors affect their lives.

Chris Leston

12 Step Director
Chris Leston began his 12 step recovery journey through sponsorship from a Plymouth House Alumni in 2005 and reluctantly started doing “the work” in January of 2006.
4287 US-1 Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852

Princeton Detox & Recovery Center is part of the Guardian Recovery Network (GRN), a leader in substance use disorder treatment with two decades of experience providing a full continuum of care for clients and their families throughout the recovery process.

The Princeton Detox experience was created by top addiction treatment professionals and using extensive feedback from clients to create a truly unique and highly effective program. We serve as the Tri-State Area’s leading substance use disorder detoxification center. Our highly trained staff utilizes detoxification protocols designed to comfortably and safely eliminate physical dependence on substances and works to effectively help clients take the first step in their recovery.

Princeton Detox utilizes a combination of evidence-based practices and holistic methods to provide an individualized recovery experience that is tailored to each patient’s unique situation. The disease of chemical dependency can strike anyone, regardless of age, gender, education, or socioeconomic status. Princeton Detox & Recovery Center is here to help people redirect themselves out of that negative trajectory and successfully enter a new life free from addiction.

 

Amanda Hilzer

Executive Director
Amanda graduated from Lehigh University with an undergraduate in Psychology and a Master’s of Education in Counseling Psychology.

Martha Goldman

Director of Nursing
Martha Goldman brings 27 years of nursing experience to Princeton Detox and Recovery Center.

Christine Nucera

Director of Operations
Chris has a Bachelor’s Degree and is a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist. As a person in long term recovery, Chris loves empowering others.

Tina Wittkop

Counselor
Tina has been working in substance abuse counseling for over 25 years in a variety of inpatient and outpatient treatment settings.

Alece Breig-Hanley

Counselor
Alece is a master’s prepared clinician with over 5 years working in a detox setting and prior to that worked in criminal justice.

Shane Stone

Lead BHT
Shane is dedicated to work in helping people with drug and alcohol addiction and feels that he has found his calling in life.
321 Changebridge Rd. Pine Brook NJ 07058
All forms of substance abuse, whether the addiction is to alcohol, drugs, or both, take a significant toll on all aspects of a person’s life. At New Pathway, our addiction treatment specialists work with adults, teens, and their families to heal their minds, bodies, and spirits. Our program addresses all areas within the individual, Body, Mind and Spirit. Through Functional Integrated Therapy, we foster the development of the client’s awareness. Our professional and clinical experience finds the SOARFIT model creates a state of mind best suited to optimize body and brain function, fueled by the spirit. The program integrates 12 step philosophy, mindfulness, physical fitness, holistic wellness and medical treatment when appropriate. Included in the treatment program is family counseling, positive peer mentorship, and a caring, motivating environment which encourages commitment and yields the highest rate of success for long lasting sobriety.

Are you struggling with addiction to pain medication or heroin? We have a solution that will help you. By integrating the most effective medically assisted outpatient treatment we stabilize and restore our clients to fully functioning productivity.

To ensure your success in treatment, we offer a specialized clinical consultation with a board certified physician.

When abused, pain medication and heroin, which are referred to as opiates, cause long-term changes in the brain. Therefore, if an opiate user suddenly stops use of the drug, without medical supervision, experiencing severe withdrawal symptoms is likely. Some reactions the body may have as a result of the opiate deprivation include:

  • nausea, vomiting, and lower gi disturbances
  • sleeplessness, restlessness, and trembling
  • severe muscle cramping and bone pain
  • spikes in blood pressure and heart rate
  • persistent and often overwhelming cravings


Since opiate withdrawal is painful and unpleasant, those addicted to pain medication and/or heroin often abandon their recovery attempts. However, many do not know there is another way to escape the pain and suffering associated with opiate withdrawal medicated assisted treatment (mat). Mat replaces the pain medication and/or heroin with suboxone. Through the use of these pharmacological interventions, as many as 90 percent of opiate users are able to abstain from the drugs they abused.

20 Powers Dr. Paramus, NJ 07652
All forms of substance abuse, whether the addiction is to alcohol, drugs, or both, take a significant toll on all aspects of a person’s life. At New Pathway, our addiction treatment specialists work with adults, teens, and their families to heal their minds, bodies, and spirits. Our program addresses all areas within the individual, Body, Mind and Spirit. Through Functional Integrated Therapy, we foster the development of the client’s awareness. Our professional and clinical experience finds the SOARFIT model creates a state of mind best suited to optimize body and brain function, fueled by the spirit. The program integrates 12 step philosophy, mindfulness, physical fitness, holistic wellness and medical treatment when appropriate. Included in the treatment program is family counseling, positive peer mentorship, and a caring, motivating environment which encourages commitment and yields the highest rate of success for long lasting sobriety.

Are you struggling with addiction to pain medication or heroin? We have a solution that will help you. By integrating the most effective medically assisted outpatient treatment we stabilize and restore our clients to fully functioning productivity.

To ensure your success in treatment, we offer a specialized clinical consultation with a board certified physician.

When abused, pain medication and heroin, which are referred to as opiates, cause long-term changes in the brain. Therefore, if an opiate user suddenly stops use of the drug, without medical supervision, experiencing severe withdrawal symptoms is likely. Some reactions the body may have as a result of the opiate deprivation include:

  • nausea, vomiting, and lower gi disturbances
  • sleeplessness, restlessness, and trembling
  • severe muscle cramping and bone pain
  • spikes in blood pressure and heart rate
  • persistent and often overwhelming cravings

 

Since opiate withdrawal is painful and unpleasant, those addicted to pain medication and/or heroin often abandon their recovery attempts. However, many do not know there is another way to escape the pain and suffering associated with opiate withdrawal medicated assisted treatment (mat). Mat replaces the pain medication and/or heroin with suboxone. Through the use of these pharmacological interventions, as many as 90 percent of opiate users are able to abstain from the drugs they abused.

33-41 Newark St Suite 4A Hoboken, New Jersey 07030

About Immersion & Recovery Center
Immersion Recovery Center is part of the Guardian Recovery Network (GRN), a leader in substance use disorder treatment with two decades of experience providing a full continuum of care for clients and their families throughout the recovery process.

The Immersion Recovery experience was created by top addiction treatment professionals and using extensive feedback from clients to create a truly unique and highly effective program. We serve as South Florida’s leading substance use treatment center.

Immersion Recovery utilizes a combination of evidence-based practices and holistic methods to provide an individualized recovery experience that is tailored to each patient’s unique situation. The disease of chemical dependency can strike anyone, regardless of age, gender, education, or socioeconomic status. Immersion Recovery Center is here to help people redirect themselves out of that negative trajectory and successfully enter a new life free from addiction.

Joshua Scott

CEO
Joshua Scott is an experienced healthcare executive, who has a proven record of designing and implementing intervention.

Justin Williams

Chief Financial Officer
Justin is responsible for the design and implementation of business strategies, plans, and procedures to meet objectives for company growth.

Ross Donahue

Chief Administrative Officer

Ross joined the Guardian team in 2020 with more than 13 years of experience in the substance abuse and mental health fields, spanning all levels of care, all departments, and a wide range of client demographics.

Charrisse Clark-Smith

Chief Nursing Officer
Charisse is a cherished member of the medical team at Guardian Recovery Network. With more than 20 years of experience as a nurse, Charrisse leads by example with passion and conviction.

Ryan Soave

Chief Clinical Officer
Ryan Soave brings deep experience as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, certified trauma therapist, program developer, and research consultant for Huberman Lab at Stanford University Department of Neurobiology.

DJ Prince

Vice President of Marketing
DJ Prince is the Vice President of Marketing at Guardian Recovery Network. He has worked with several Addiction Treatment centers establishing and growing their marketing efforts.
152 Livingston Ave New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901

About Immersion & Recovery Center
Immersion Recovery Center is part of the Guardian Recovery Network (GRN), a leader in substance use disorder treatment with two decades of experience providing a full continuum of care for clients and their families throughout the recovery process.

The Immersion Recovery experience was created by top addiction treatment professionals and using extensive feedback from clients to create a truly unique and highly effective program. We serve as South Florida’s leading substance use treatment center.

Immersion Recovery utilizes a combination of evidence-based practices and holistic methods to provide an individualized recovery experience that is tailored to each patient’s unique situation. The disease of chemical dependency can strike anyone, regardless of age, gender, education, or socioeconomic status. Immersion Recovery Center is here to help people redirect themselves out of that negative trajectory and successfully enter a new life free from addiction.

Joshua Scott

CEO
Joshua Scott is an experienced healthcare executive, who has a proven record of designing and implementing intervention.

Justin Williams

Chief Financial Officer
Justin is responsible for the design and implementation of business strategies, plans, and procedures to meet objectives for company growth.

Ross Donahue

Chief Administrative Officer

Ross joined the Guardian team in 2020 with more than 13 years of experience in the substance abuse and mental health fields, spanning all levels of care, all departments, and a wide range of client demographics.

Charrisse Clark-Smith

Chief Nursing Officer
Charisse is a cherished member of the medical team at Guardian Recovery Network. With more than 20 years of experience as a nurse, Charrisse leads by example with passion and conviction.

Ryan Soave

Chief Clinical Officer
Ryan Soave brings deep experience as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, certified trauma therapist, program developer, and research consultant for Huberman Lab at Stanford University Department of Neurobiology.

DJ Prince

Vice President of Marketing
DJ Prince is the Vice President of Marketing at Guardian Recovery Network. He has worked with several Addiction Treatment centers establishing and growing their marketing efforts.
995 Broadway Bayonne NJ 07002
All forms of substance abuse, whether the addiction is to alcohol, drugs, or both, take a significant toll on all aspects of a person’s life. At New Pathway, our addiction treatment specialists work with adults, teens, and their families to heal their minds, bodies, and spirits. Our program addresses all areas within the individual, Body, Mind and Spirit. Through Functional Integrated Therapy, we foster the development of the client’s awareness. Our professional and clinical experience finds the SOARFIT model creates a state of mind best suited to optimize body and brain function, fueled by the spirit. The program integrates 12 step philosophy, mindfulness, physical fitness, holistic wellness and medical treatment when appropriate. Included in the treatment program is family counseling, positive peer mentorship, and a caring, motivating environment which encourages commitment and yields the highest rate of success for long lasting sobriety.

Are you struggling with addiction to pain medication or heroin? We have a solution that will help you. By integrating the most effective medically assisted outpatient treatment we stabilize and restore our clients to fully functioning productivity.

To ensure your success in treatment, we offer a specialized clinical consultation with a board certified physician.

When abused, pain medication and heroin, which are referred to as opiates, cause long-term changes in the brain. Therefore, if an opiate user suddenly stops use of the drug, without medical supervision, experiencing severe withdrawal symptoms is likely. Some reactions the body may have as a result of the opiate deprivation include:

  • nausea, vomiting, and lower gi disturbances
  • sleeplessness, restlessness, and trembling
  • severe muscle cramping and bone pain
  • spikes in blood pressure and heart rate
  • persistent and often overwhelming cravings

 

Since opiate withdrawal is painful and unpleasant, those addicted to pain medication and/or heroin often abandon their recovery attempts. However, many do not know there is another way to escape the pain and suffering associated with opiate withdrawal medicated assisted treatment (mat). Mat replaces the pain medication and/or heroin with suboxone. Through the use of these pharmacological interventions, as many as 90 percent of opiate users are able to abstain from the drugs they abused.