It’s all in the name. Daylight Detox and Recovery Center is exactly what it sounds like – an alcohol & drug rehab treatment facility that delivers permanent solutions to persons with substance abuse problems. Our services include safe detoxification from alcohol and drugs in a luxury detox and residential facility, custom designed intensive outpatient programs, and resources for long term support.
Debbie Stone was born and raised in New Jersey. Her journey throughout life to the place she is now as Chief Clinical Director at Daylight Detox & Recovery Center has been one of care, compassion and a help. Her educational background began by receiving her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Rider University in 1989. Post graduation she took her talents from New Jersey to Florida to join the Master’s in Social Work Program at Barry University. After graduation in 1997, through 2014 Debbie worked as a Support Coordinator (Case Management) for the Agency for Persons with Disabilities. After being involved with adults and children for 17 years with varying degrees of developmental disabilities she learned patience, being a team player, communication with loved ones, and sensitivity to others. After gaining her license in 2012, she never imagined leaving individuals with disabilities to work in substance abuse, but as life changes so did Debbie. After her husband’s relapse, her oldest daughter and herself discovered the recovery community and after researching the field, they opened an Intensive Outpatient Program. As the landscape of the treatment industry changed so did their business. All the business relationships, ups and downs, have led her to Daylight Detox & Recovery Center.More
American Addiction Centers (AAC) is the leading provider for addiction treatment nationwide, specializing in evidence-based treatment and mental healthcare. With 9 locations across the U.S., AAC has a facility near you that is ready to help you start your journey to sobriety today.
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