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Ocean Breeze Recovery
- Overall: 4.6
- Accommodations: 4.6
- Meals: 4.5
- Effectiveness: 4.6
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Ocean Breeze Recovery is committed to giving each client comprehensive and individualized treatment for drug and alcohol addiction. The substance abuse rehab offers 24-hour inpatient care, along with long-term residential treatment and outpatient services. With compassion, perseverance and unconditional acceptance, the professionals at Ocean Breeze provide a safe, structured and nurturing environment for individuals to tackle underlying issues and break free from the chains of addiction.
Ocean Breeze Recovery Reviews and Ratings Details
The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.
Reviews at a Glance
- Alumni Program
At Ocean Breeze Recovery, sobriety is viewed as an ongoing process that begins in treatment and extends throughout an individual’s life. Graduates of Ocean Breeze receive comprehensive alumni services to encourage wellness and provide for life-long recovery.
- Outpatient Addiction Treatment
Addiction treatment services are offered on an outpatient basis to provide for clients’ diverse treatment needs and goals. Program offerings include individual, group, and family counseling, motivational training, anger management coursework, addiction education, and more.
- Christian Recovery Program
Ocean Breeze Recovery offers a Christian-based addiction recovery program that utilizes biblical principles to inspire long-lasting healing. Recovery is guided by central tenets of faith, as emphasized in the 12-Step Program and the 12-Step Prayers.
- Inpatient Addiction Treatment
Ocean Breeze’s inpatient treatment program provides full-time supervision by licensed professionals in a safe, supportive inpatient facility for optimal wellness during recovery. Program offerings include individual and group therapy, life skills education, relapse prevention, addiction education, and more.
The rejuvenating part of program for me was the beach and pool, bowling, taking walks, going out for lunch, getting my hair and nails done and shopping. I am so very grateful for the opportunity of recovery at Ocean Breeze. I am sober, happy and healthy as I hand my will and my life over to the care of God every day trusting that everything will fall into place when it is time. Thank you OBR.Kristy M.
I am really excited about what happened for me at OBR. I have been involved in another residential rehab program in the past and I feel the groups and classes at Ocean Breeze were far superior. I got a lot of information and guidance from everyone there. Participation in AA was great and I realize now that I must continue to be involved in a 12-step program where I can be held accountable and be around other recovering alcoholics. Thank you Ocean Breeze!Glenn T.
Before I went to Ocean Breeze I knew nothing about AA, journalism, or meditation. Now they are all a part of my daily life in recovery. The most important thing I learned during my treatment was how my mindset, behaviors, attitudes and negative beliefs all fed into my alcoholism. Ocean Breeze gave me a lot of tools to help me start to change and manage all these parts of me which are extremely helpful now that I’m home and back at work.John W.
My experience with Ocean Breeze and all of the staff there was incredible. The concern, the level of care and the learning and growth I experienced really took me by surprise. I never knew treatment could be so much fun and I was very grateful to spend so much time by the beach. The staff of Ocean Breeze truly inspired me to do whatever it takes not to return to the misery I was once in.Daniel B.
Deejah Thomas - Intake Coordinator
Deejah Thomas is our Intake Coordinator. Her position includes sitting with each client when they first arrive at Ocean Breeze Recovery. During the intake process, she gathers information pertaining to the events that led the client to treatment, which includes information from their childhood to present. Deejah is also a spiritual counselor. She works with repeat clients who find themselves back in treatment, helping them understand the need of a Higher Power, how to utilize this Higher Power in their lives and how to address issues with a spiritual approach. Her heart is to share the grace of God with addicts and alcoholics who so desperately need it. Deejah is preparing to begin her graduate program in Social Work.
Rev. Charlotte Day, B.M., CAP - Christian Program Director
Rev. Charlotte currently serves as the Christian Program Director for Ocean Breeze. Charlotte takes a hands-on approach to maintaining a full caseload, facilitating group sessions and providing spiritual counseling to our clients. Charlotte has been serving in the substance abuse recovery field since 2002. She has been able to create and develop tailor made Christian substance abuse programs and has organized large Christian outreaches for the community, including Christian Recovery concerts and Convocations to promote Christian recovery in the community. Charlotte has been a featured speaker at numerous largely attended community events and retreats. She even appeared on the Trinity Broadcasting Network to discuss the importance of Christian recovery in the community and has directed and created several Christian Recovery YouTube videos promoting Christian Recovery. In July 2013, Charlotte was Ordained as a Minister at the Pratt Memorial Holy Spirit Church. She also earned a Bachelor’s in Music from Houston Baptist University and attended the Addiction Institute to obtain education requirements for her CAP designation. Charlotte often says, “I owe my success to one whom I love … Jesus Christ. She lives by the passage that “all things are possible if you believe.”– Mark 9:23
Dr. Antonio De Filippo - Medical Director (MD)
Dr. Antonio De Filippo is triple board certified in Psychiatry, Psychosomatic Medicine, and Addiction Medicine and is a leading mental health authority in South Florida. Dr. De Filippo’s extensive experience includes senior executive positions at many local Institutions including Spectrum Programs, Archways Community Mental Health Center, Susan B. Anthony Community Mental Health Center, Miami Behavioral Health, and the Broward County Health Planning Council. Dr. De Filippo is currently the CEO of South Florida Psychiatric Services. He is also a speaker for several major pharmaceutical corporations and is frequently requested as a consultant and trainer for national medical advisory meetings. Dr. De Filippo graduated with a Bachelor of Science from the University of Miami and received his medical degree from the University of South Florida’s College of Medicine. He returned to Miami to complete his residency training at the University of Miami’s Jackson Memorial Hospital. Doctor De Filippo is currently an adjunct professor of psychopharmacology at Nova University Medical School.
Dr. Marc J. Romano, CAP, LHRM, ARNP, BC, PSYD - Assistant Medical Director
I bring to my role as Assistant Medical Director the education, experience, and knowledge to provide a range of services to the clients we serve. My credentials as a Certified Addiction Professional, a Licensed Healthcare Risk Manager, a Board Certified Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner, and a Licensed Clinical Psychologist allow me the knowledge base to pull from many different disciplines when treating clients. A little about my educational background, I completed my Bachelor’s in Psychology at the University of Connecticut in 1989 followed by relocating to England to complete a two-year Masters of Science degree in Clinical Psychology at Manchester University. In the early 1990’s, after working as a psychologist at St. Charles Hospital in London, England, I returned to the United States to complete a five-year Doctor of Psychology Program in Clinical Psychology at the University of Hartford, Connecticut. As part of this training and education, I completed a one-year APA Accredited Internship at Nova Southeastern University Community Mental Health Center in Fort Lauderdale followed by a one-year Post-Doctoral Residency program at the Juvenile Court Assessment Center in Miami. In 1998, I became licensed as a psychologist in Florida. In 2000, I began my nursing career and in 2003 I graduated from the Huran School of Nursing with and became licensed as a Registered Nurse. This was a wonderful and rewarding experience that encouraged me to further my nursing education by completing my Bachelors of Science in Nursing at Florida International University in 2008, and my Masters of Science in Nursing in 2012 at the University of South Alabama. In April 2013, I became a Board Certified Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP, BC). My work experience, like my education, has been very broad. I have worked in many positions as a psychologist, including a court psychologist, a therapist in both profit, not for profit organizations, and hospital settings, a clinical director and I have had my own private practice for almost fifteen years. As a nurse, I have worked in the areas of admissions, utilization review, employee health, infection control, and management. I have worked as a nurse in detox facilities, inpatient psychiatric settings, and on in settings for individuals with both addiction and mental illness.