Choice Recovery offers intensive outpatient treatment plans that help men & women overcome their struggle with substance use. Our treatment program combines traditional and non-traditional methods to help you create a life outside the label of addiction.
Danny Warner serves as CEO of Choice Recovery. He has a broad range of experience in business operations, identifying and forming strategic alliances and partnerships, shaping future opportunities and turning around distressed businesses. Prior to starting Chateau Recovery, Danny served as President of Mediconnect Global and Mediconnect’s offshore operations. He has held a variety of senior leadership positions including Executive Vice President of Business Development for Klever Marketing, Inc., Founder and President of WO Investing, Inc., Vice President of Operations and Vice President of Sales for PerfectPractice, Director of Business Development for FreePort.com and a strategy consultant with The Monitor Company. In these capacities, Danny delivered significant results and implemented multiple new business initiatives and business turnarounds. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and History from Brigham Young University. In all of Danny’s experience his favorite has been working as a trail walker and counselor with troubled teens at the Anasazi Foundation. In this capacity he had the opportunity to work closely with teenagers who where dealing with negative situations in their lives, and teach them the tools necessary to make significant changes. Danny lives with his wife and two young boys whom he loves to spend his free time with. He enjoys the outdoors, playing soccer, tennis, skiing and animals. “I believe in what we do. I know our program works; I have seen it first hand. I am continuously in awe as I witness our clients’ succeed, reach or exceed their goals, and re-establish precious relationships with those they love. As an individual begins the rebuilding process, it’s inspiring to watch their lives transform as they regain hope. I consider it an honor and privilege to be a part of their journey.”More
Over the last 16 years, Ben has enjoyed working with clients and families in conditions ranging from in-home consultations, outpatient offices, wilderness treatment, and adult residential treatment. Addiction and mental health treatment are issues close to Ben’s heart and motives his desire to help create a unique treatment experience for individuals and families. As Clinical Director, Ben enjoys working with passionate and gifted clinicians and professional program staffs that believe in helping clients reconnect with personal values and moving beyond the labels of addiction. Teaching, empowering, and supporting courageous transformations everyday are some of the many things that keep Ben excited about the work that is happening at Chateau Recovery. Outside of his weekly work schedule, Ben is active in helping mentor younger professionals and participates and presents at national and regional professional conferences focused on working with individual and families in treatment. Ben enjoys soccer, triathlons, and tennis. He keeps busy with home remodeling projects, playing games with his five beautiful children, and supporting his wife’s successful photography business.More
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