7789 NW Beacon Square Boulevard, Boca Raton, Florida, 33487
Caron Renaissance provides gender-specific, 12-step based treatment for adults and young adults. Pioneers of the widely-used “Florida Model” of treatment, Caron Renaissance features community living to promote responsibility and peer therapy. Caron believes that family participation is critical to an addict achieving long-term recovery, and therefore involves family members throughout the treatment process.
- Aftercare Services
- Addiction Medicine Services
Drugs & Alcohol TreatmentThe staff at Caron Renaissance also specializes in treating patients who experience co-occurring disorders or who have a history of failed recovery. The treatment team utilizes treatment methods that are highly effective in addressing and dealing with other disorders such as depression, anxiety disorders, narcissism, and borderline personality disorders, in addition to an individual’s drug and/or alcohol dependency.
GamblingCaron Renaissance recognizes that other addictions, such as gambling, may coexist with a chemical dependency and, if left undiagnosed and untreated, leaves an individual at high risk for chronic relapse. These coexisting addictions interact, reinforce and fuse; this process is referred to as Addiction Interaction Disorder (AID). The best treatment approach for individuals suffering from AID is to focus on the combination of addictions.
Meet the Staff
- Andrew J. RothermelPresident Florida Market, Executive Vice President/Chief Operating OfficerAndrew J. Rothermel is president of the Florida market and EVP/Chief Operating Officer of Caron Treatment Centers. Caron is one of the oldest and largest facilities offering primary, relapse and extended residential treatment for young adults, adults and adolescents, as well as families affected by the disease of addiction. During Mr. Rothermel’s seven year tenure at Caron, the nonprofit addiction treatment network’s operating revenue, its operating excess and its net assets have each almost tripled – allowing Caron to contribute more than $16 million in scholarships and grants last year alone.
- Sid Goodman, MA, LMHCExecutive DirectorSid Goodman, MA, LMHC, founded Palm Beach County's first extended care program in 1984. Formerly director of Core Services for the local community mental health center, Sid has considerable expertise in both chemical dependency and psychiatric treatment. Sid's interest in alternative forms of treatment led to expansion, including the development of structured outpatient programs in chemical dependency, co-dependency, and eating disorders. He is credited as a pioneer of the “Florida Model” in the field of addiction – and is considered one of the industry’s most successful and innovative icons.
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