Dr. Craig Brown has dedicated his life's work to improving the quality of life for individuals and their families. He has nearly thirty years experience treating and managing programs for eating disorders and has specialized in residential treatment of adolescent behavioral disorders. Dr. Brown firmly believes that treatment in a residential environment has the potential to effect both dramatic and enduring change in patients. Dr. Brown is an advocate of the family systems model of treatment; he considers the family an integral part of every treatment experience. Dr. Brown co-founded the Center for Discovery in 1997 and, as CEO, continues to work with staff to create residential treatment programs that help clients and their families along a journey of transformation. Dr. Brown received his Ph.D. from Memphis State University in 1986, and holds a license as a Clinical Psychologist in the state of California. He now sponsors five academic scholarship programs for the training of best-in-class clinicians at his alma mater.
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- Medicare is not Accepted
- Medicaid is not Accepted
At Center for Discovery, we strongly believe that teens and adolescents dealing with substance abuse require and deserve specialized treatment. We provide individualized treatment to produce emotional, social, spiritual and behavioral growth. With years of experience helping teens with substance abuse, we have developed a proprietary process and a legacy for successfully helping our residents.
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Reviews at a Glance
- Southern California Teen Methamphetamine Addiction
No matter what stage of dependence or addiction, meth abuse is extremely dangerous. At Center for Discovery, we can help your teen recover. Meth addiction is nearly impossible to recover from on your own, making professional help critical. Let Center for Discovery help your teen on the road to recovery and be part of their journey to a new, better life.
- Southern California Teen Heroin Addiction
However the addiction started, getting help is extremely important. The first step in getting help is recognizing that there is a problem. If you are worried about seeing signs of heroin addiction in your teen or adolescent, please get help immediately. Due to the physical grip that heroin addiction has on the body, finding a profession detoxification facility and treatment center is imperative. At Center for Discovery, our professional and caring staff will take care of your teen. We want to help your teen get started on the road to recovery.
Craig Brown, Ph.D. - Chief Executive Officer
Robert G. Weitzman - Chief Financial Officer
Robert Weitzman has been a senior financial executive in the healthcare industry over the past twenty years for companies which experienced explosive growth during his tenure. Prior to his involvement in healthcare, Mr. Weitzman was in the financial services industry including being the CFO and COO of a national full service securities firm with over 200 branch offices. He is both a CPA and an attorney and serves as the CFO and General Counsel for Center for Discovery. In these capacities, he is responsible for the Accounting and Treasury Departments, the Business Office and the Legal Department. Mr. Weitzman graduated cum laude from Southwestern University School of Law. While in law school, he authored a personal property tax article which was cited by the United States Supreme Court and resulted in a sweeping change to personal property tax law nationwide.
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