Pathway to Hope

3.8 (6 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
600 SE 2nd Ct.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
8443081238 Visit Website
Paying for Treatment
  • Insurance is Accepted
  • Financing is Available
  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted
Treatment Insights

Treating drug and alcohol addiction is far from an easy or simple process. It takes long hours and determination to deal with all aspects of addiction. Using the latest in information and technologies to combat addiction, our addiction specialists are available at all hours of the day to help you during your journey out of addiction and into sobriety. Quality care is extremely important for all kinds of addiction treatments and in making sure to prevent a possible relapse to it. With our medical professionals, who oversee your personal health throughout the treatment process, and our nationally known expert psychologists, who are there to serve you throughout the entire process of treatment, we can help you.

Pathway to Hope 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

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By the Grace of God and the outstanding talents of the staff at Pathway to Hope, my daughter celebrated 2 years clean and sober in March. It’s now almost September and she splits here days working a...


Here is what I posted. THE BOMB REVIEW!! đź’Ą Pathway to Hope saved my life. Sorry if this sounds melodramatic, but it is my experience. Drugs and alcohol took everything good in my life fr...


Compassionate and understanding.


Changed my life


Friendly, open-minded, kept us busy and had great counclers. Could have more activities to try. Very sweet understanding staff, they treat you with respect.


The center did not have a medical provider in place. They are leased as a group home for a maximum capacity of 8. There were many more people staying at the run down building. It was absolutely awful....

Areas of Focus
Alcohol Treatment

With soaring alcohol rates plaguing the country, our alcohol treatment program can help you break the chains of alcohol addiction.

Drug Treatment

Our drug treatment program is nationally known to effectively stop drug abuse and addiction at its source while preparing you for recovery.

Key Staff Members
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    Jeff Smith - BA, CAP, Executive Director

    Jeff graduated from Keiser University with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. Smith is also a Certified Addiction Professional, certified by the state of Florida. He has a passion for helping others find happiness and a new way of life through long-term recovery from drugs and alcohol. Throughout his years in the addiction treatment field, Smith has served as a Residential Manager, Substance Abuse Case Manager, Director of Administration, as well as multiple clinical positions, including Lead Therapist, at Pathway to Hope. As Program Coordinator, Smith assures that the program continues to fulfill Pathway to Hope’s goal of recovery and health for the clients and families.

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    Antonio De Filippo - MD, Medical Director

    Dr. De Filippo is triple board certified in Psychiatry, Psychosomatic Medicine, and Addiction Medicine and is currently practicing in Broward County, Florida. He is active in many areas of the medical industry and is experienced in both treatment and management. He has extensive experience in the pharmaceutical industry as a consultant and national speaker to the world’s largest pharmaceutical corporations. Dr. De Filippo began his career as a double major at the University of Miami, where he achieved a Bachelor’s degree in Science with honors. He continued his academic career at the University of South Florida, where he earned his medical degree. He returned to Miami to complete his residency training at the University of Miami’s Jackson Memorial Hospital. Dr. De Filippo currently is an adjunct professor of psychopharmacology at Nova University Medical School. He is fluent in English, Italian, and Spanish.