Treatment at Alina Lodge is based on the idea that addiction is a chronic, progressive and potentially fatal disease that is also highly treatable. Effective recovery involves the changing of attitudes, values, feelings and family roles, and Alina is dedicated giving individuals the therapeutic tools to begin this process. The hope is that clients will leave the rehab with a renewed feeling of optimism, as well as the coping skills to maintain a long and satisfying life in sobriety.
To all of you who have supported Alina, I send out a great big thank you. Words cannot express what your contributions do to a life of an addict entering the doors of Family Hall. The testimonials that we receive are so motivating and inspirational - and as a parent of an alumna – I can relate to the heartfelt gratitude expressed. If you are considering contributing to Alina or Haley House, I encourage you to do so, it feels good to make a difference in a life of anotherMore
In 1981, Michael Hornstein was a student at Alina Lodge. After having failed three prior treatment attempts elsewhere, he has enjoyed continual sobriety since graduating from the Alina Lodge program. Michael was on our Board of Trustees for over 20 years and served as President of the Board twice. He worked for 25 years for the Miami Dade school system and successfully completed a most fulfilling career in June 2008. From 1985-2000, Michael was a part time group therapist for the Broward County Commission on Alcoholism, which is one of the DUI programs in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Michael brings with him his expertise in administration, counselling and teaching. His background, coupled with his vast knowledge of the inner workings of Alina Lodge, makes him an effective Executive Director.More
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