Delray Location

Addiction Recovery Services, Delray Beach Location

Addiction is the signature public health emergency of the 21st century. It ravished the lives of many individuals, families and entire communities in the United States. If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, you should know there is hope amid all the bad headlines.

Addiction, although complex, is a treatable chronic disease. With the right treatment you or your loved one can avoid the devastating consequences of addiction. Finding the right treatment program for you is just the very first step to getting life back on track.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) Services in Delray Beach

Our IOP addiction treatment center in beautiful Delray Beach, South Florida, is conveniently located near cities in Palm Beach County including Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, West Palm Beach, Palm Beach, Wellington, Jupiter and cities in Broward County including Deerfield Beach, Coconut Creek, Pompano Beach, Parkland, Coral Springs and Fort Lauderdale.

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), a treatment program that shorter longer than 90 days is considered ineffective. This means that a stay at an inpatient rehabilitation facility would ideally be followed with an outpatient program. Outpatient programs can range from needing to meet just a few times for individual or group session to intensive programs that more closely resemble inpatient rehabilitation Such programs, called Intensive Outpatient Programs are intended for client who need additional structure in their therapeutic settings. Most people who are appropriate for an IOP have already gone through residential treatment but still require

Our Delray Beach clients receives individualized treatment plans catered to their particular needs, but they also have access to other IOP services throughout their recovery. Delray’s IOP offerings include:

The key difference between residential treatment and an IOP is flexible scheduling. Clients are able to return home each and every night, and if they have jobs or other obligations treatment can ordinarily be scheduled around those obligations. For people in recovery, IOP can restore a sense of normalcy in the schedule without sacrificing individualized, intensive treatment.

Having freedom and the comforts of home can do wonders for a client who is further along in their recovery and doesn’t require medical supervision. Increased freedom does come with increased responsibility, however, it is important to consider other options if you believe your loved one or yourself may not be able to maintain sobriety while away from treatment. Ideally, clients who choose IOP have safe and supportive living arrangements that are completely sober – either with family or in sober housing arrangements.

There is no set amount of time during which a client is expected to be in IOP – as the amount of time needed varies from person to person. Most people, depending on needs and circumstances, spend somewhere between 10 and 30 hours each week participating in the various offerings of IOP. The majority of clients attend IOP session between three and five days each week in three to four hour increments.

Get Started with IOP in Delray Beach Today

If you or your loved one are ready to start your recovery journey, or if you are already in recovery and you need assistance with continuation, Contact Guardian IOP at 877.412.9068 to speak with one of our compassionate, qualified staff members about your needs.

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Guardian Recovery Network
Intensive Outpatient Program

3333 S. Congress Ave, Suite 402
Delray Beach, FL 33445
Admissions: (877) 412-9068
Office: (561) 515-5822

Office hours

Mon-Thurs: 9 am – 9 pm
Fri: 9 am – 3 pm
Sat: Appointment only

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Experienced & Caring Staff

Our skilled team provides state-of-the-art treatment through various therapeutic modalities, including:

Joshua Scott
Joshua Scott
Founder
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Joshua Scott
Joshua Scott,
Founder

Joshua Scott is an experienced healthcare executive, who has a proven record of designing and implementing intervention and treatment strategies for individuals suffering from alcohol and drug dependence, as well as eating disorders. Joshua is the founder of Guardian Recovery Network, and is an active member of the Delray Beach Drug Task Force. Joshua has assembled a dynamic team of therapists, clinicians, and medical professionals to help addicts and alcoholics through all phases of the recovery process. Residing in South Florida with his wife and three children, he travels and works throughout the United States.

Tommy Mcgee
Tommy Mcgee, LMHC
Clinical Director
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Tommy Mcgee
Tommy Mcgee, LMHC,
Clinical Director

Tommy has more than 16 years of experience in the mental health and addictions field, working in supportive, clinical, and administrative roles. He has experience working with clients from various ethnicities and socio-economic backgrounds. He has worked with clients with co-occurring disorders, both adult and adolescent persons, Native American groups, and in programs with a focus on treating clients of ultra high net worth. He also has worked as an educator with the Palm Beach State College – teaching both in class and online, general psychology, and crisis Intervention. Tommy has facilitated courses for professionals seeking certification with the state of Florida in addictions as an instructor for The Academy for Addiction Professionals. He has taught treatment planning, psychopharmacology, and clinical evaluation. Tommy holds a Bachelor of Science (Ministry) and Masters of Science degree in Counseling Psychology (with a specialization in mental health and marriage of family) from Palm Beach Atlantic University. He is also a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Certified Addictions Professional.

Michael Herbert
Director of Family Services
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Michael Herbert,
Director of Family Services

Michael is an addiction professional with 25 years of experience, ranging from intervention to aftercare. Michael also practices professional coaching, working with individuals in group, with families, and one on one. Michael is a Certified Structured Family Counselor, working with families in facilitating their process of recovery. In his 14-year tenure at the Caron Foundation in Florida, Michael has served as a primary therapist, family therapist, and clinical director.  He has also worked as the Director of Program Development at the Delray Recovery Center. Michael is a Certified Intervention Professional, who is nationally and internationally known as an addiction counselor.  Michael’s international work includes teaching addiction counseling at Behman Hospital in Cairo, Egypt. He is also a consultant for the Cairo American College and the Maadi Psychological Center. Michael develops and facilitates self-help groups in North Africa and prevention work in Cape Town, South Africa, along with working with the Spirit of Bermuda on their Charlotte Sail.  Domestically, Michael has developed programming for the NY Theological Seminary for Children at Risk, The Dance Theater of Harlem, The New York City Police Department Members Assistance Program (MAP), and served as the Program Director of Inter-Care LTD in New York City. Michael has also been a consultant with Columbia Tri-Star television. Aside from his intellectual and scholarly accomplishments, Michael is a Crossfit enthusiast, and at the age of 51 completed an  ultra-marathon which was 155 miles across the Sahara desert. He is also a world traveler, visiting over 30 countries, and a proud graduate of the Hoffman process. Michael is a veteran of the U.S. Navy.

Dr. Daphne Dorce, MD
Medical Director
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Dr. Daphne Dorce, MD,
Medical Director

Dr. Daphne Dorce is a board certified psychiatrist in general psychiatry, forensic psychiatry and addiction medicine. She brings 17 years of clinical expertise evaluating and treating patients with mental health disorders including substance use disorders.

Dr. Dorce has provided psychiatric care in various settings including: community mental health; rural health; corrections; inpatient psychiatric hospitals; inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient clinics and private practice.

Her educational background consists of a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University, a medical degree from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, general psychiatry training at the Harvard Longwood Psychiatry Residency Training Program, child and adolescent psychiatry training at the Yale Child Study Center, Yale School of Medicine and forensic psychiatry training at the Columbia/Cornell Psychiatry and Law Program.

Dr. Dorce works diligently with her patients, empowering them to take control of their lives through the management of their mental health. Her background comes by way of extensive psychodynamic and pharmacological training.

Presently, Dr. Dorce is committed to enhancing mental health awareness, providing psychiatric services in an inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation setting.

Matt Navratil
Matt Navratil
Primary Therapist
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Matt Navratil
Matt Navratil,
Primary Therapist

Matthew E. Navratil received his BS in Criminal Justice from George Washington University, and a Masters in Social Work from Barry University. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and brings over 10 years of experience in the field of substance abuse both personally and professionally.  Matthew’s own struggles with addiction have afforded him the opportunity to share the hope and practical tools provided to him with his clients who struggle with the disease of addiction.

Matthew provides counseling to individuals and families with psychiatric and co-occurring disorders. His extensive experience includes working with individuals with a myriad of behavioral health and other life issues, including but not limited to substance use, depression, anxiety, and life stressors.

Amanda Eilola
Amanda Eilola
Primary Therapist
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Amanda Eilola
Amanda Eilola,
Primary Therapist

As a Primary Therapist, Amanda brings 10 years of experience working with substance abuse and mental health issues. Amanda holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from Florida Atlantic University. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), and a Qualified Supervisor of clinical social work interns. Throughout her career, Amanda has worked with diverse populations both in the private and non-profit sectors. Amanda has a direct, yet compassionate, rapport with her clients and is dedicated to a person-centered approach in treatment. Amanda is grateful to have the opportunity to help clients achieve recovery and realize their potential to lead productive, healthy, and happy lives.

Danielle Sharp
Admissions Director
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Danielle Sharp,
Admissions Director

Danielle is originally from Colorado, and moved to South Florida after a personal battle with addiction in 2012. She began her career in the field of substance abuse and mental health treatment in 2013, and gained 2 years of profession experience prior to joining the Guardian Family. Prior to starting in the behavioral health care industry, Danielle had worked in a different sector of healthcare for 8 years. As a member of the admissions team, Danielle is responsible for the initial contact and final contact for clients before being admitted into the program. Danielle has the opportunity to combine her personal and profession experience to become a crucial source in the early stages of the recovery process. Danielle is a mother to her daughter, lives locally in South Florida, and is currently furthering her education to acquire a bachelors of science in human services.

Gina Metrano
Gina Metrano
Case Manager
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Gina Metrano
Gina Metrano,
Case Manager

Gina has a BA from Loyola University in New Orleans.  She started working at Guardian Recovery Network right around the time it opened.  Gina started as a Mental Health tech, and has since been promoted to Director of Support Services.  In this role she coordinates all the patient’s needs per their Treatment Plan, and is the direct link between the patients and clinical staff.

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Justin Williams
Justin Williams,
CFO

Justin is responsible for the design and implementation of business strategies, plans, and procedures to meet objectives for company growth. Justin earned degrees in Accounting and Finance from the University of Maryland RH Smith School of Business. He adds 10 years of business operations expertise to the executive team, with experience in the Public Accounting, IT, Legal, and Health Care industries. Justin also serves as the Financial Controller for Guardian Recovery Network, Boca Detox Center, and Immersion Recovery Center.

Jessica Moretti
Jessica Moretti
Human Resources
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Jessica Moretti
Jessica Moretti,
Human Resources

Jessica Moretti joined the team in 2015, and assumed the role of HR Manager in 2016. Jessica is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire, where she received a BA in Psychology and a minor in Business.

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