Safe Landing is dedicated to providing a place of healing for young people affected by addiction while providing guidance toward a brighter future. By focusing on the unique needs of teenagers recovering from substance abuse, Safe Landings addresses addiction at its root, preventing long term hardships.
Andrea Baskin is Safe Landing’s Clinical Director. Licensed and holding a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling, Andrea has over 10 years of experience, eight of which are in the adult addiction recovery field. She chose to turn her attention to teen substance abuse treatment as a means of helping deter young people from a path of undue suffering and strife. As Clinical Director, Andrea supervises the intake process and develops each teen’s individualized treatment program. Andrea also oversees parental updates and family counseling sessions to promote healing as a family.More
As Assistant Clinical Director, Christina Geraci-Rosenberg helps to support the daily treatment routines at Safe Landing. Through administrative supervision, group facilitation, and crisis management, Christina serves families undergoing the healing process of addiction recovery with patience and understanding. By empowering teens with positive coping mechanisms and life management skills and teaching parents and families to act as a support network, Christina and the Safe Landing staff help to redirect clients toward a bright and healthy future.More
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