Endeavor House is a New Jersey-based alcohol and drug treatment center for adult men and women. The facility in Kearny offers a range of programs, including detox, residential, transitional living and outpatient services, all of which approach addiction from a multidisciplinary standpoint. Treatment is grounded firmly in the 12-Steps and stresses the importance of peer interaction and support, as well as the development of healthy coping skills for daily sober living.
David Lewis joined Endeavor House in 2012 with more than 25 years of healthcare marketing, business development and operations experience. Prior to joining Endeavor House, David was the director of business development at Summit Oaks Hospital, has a record of success in driving market share and profitability improvements. He has held management positions at several other health care facilities including U.S. HealthWorks Medical Group, Valencia, CA, and Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation in West Orange, NJ. He holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland, College Park.More
Liz Hill joined Endeavor House in early 2013, and brought a wealth of experience working in the fields of substance abuse and mental health treatment. Liz came to Endeavor House from the Carrier Clinic where she served as Director of the Blake Recovery center for nine years. She has held clinical management positions at Saint Clare’s Hospital in Boonton, the Sussex County Intoxicated Driver Resource Center, Raritan Bay Medical Center in Perth Amboy, and Sunrise House in Lafayette, NJ. She holds an undergraduate degree from Hunter College of CUNY, and a Master’s degree in Psychology from Fairleigh Dickenson University.More
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