At Insight to Recovery, clients gain the opportunity to experience a wide range of addiction treatment services at the hands of skilled, compassionate licensed specialists, fostering lifelong personal growth and enduring recovery. With an emphasis on mentorship, group work, therapy, and coaching, Insight to Recovery provides a comprehensive range of treatment services that enable clients to holistically assess the source of their addictions and develop the necessary skills to achieve lasting sobriety.
Harvey is the founder and owner of Insight to Recovery; he is a Certified Addiction Professional and prior to Insight to Recovery Harvey worked as a Primary Therapist and Program Coordinator for a Renown Treatment Program both focusing on mental health and substance abuse. Harvey has had an established and respected name in the recovery community professionally and personally for a combined 36 years.More
Julie Brown is the Co-Founder of Insight to Recovery. She has a degree in Family Studies/Community Development and a Minor In Psychology. For a number of years Julie has worked as a Family Service Counselor for the Department of Children and Families. She has gained a wealth of experience working at a Residential Eating Disorder Treatment Program in the Admission Department for 7 years. Julie is a member of her own 12 step program and is actively involved in developing a foundation that provides education, support, and resources to families whose loved ones are struggling with addiction.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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