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    1. Jeanine Hodge AHS-8100

    2. Founded in 1968 by a group of distinguished business, political, community leaders and people in recovery. Recognizing that a growing number of individuals suffering from alcohol and drug abuse were unable to find help, a residential treatment program was established to put people on the path to drug-free recovery. • Sooo.. About GAUDENZIA

    3. The Birth of Gaudenzia

    4. We are here because there is no refuge, finally, from ourselves. Until people confront themselves in the eyes and hearts of others, they are running. Until they suffer others to share their secrets, they have no safety from them. Afraid to be known, they can know neither themselves nor any other; they will be alone. Where else but in our common ground can we find such a mirror? Here, together, people can at last appear clearly to themselves-not as the giant of their dreams, nor the dwarfs of their fears – but as individuals, part of a whole, with a share in its purpose. In this ground we can each take root and grow, not alone anymore as in death, but alive to ourselves and to others. Philosophy

    5. Mission “Gaudenzia helps people affected by chemical dependency, mental illness and related conditions to achieve a better quality of life, allowing them to live as productive and accountable individuals. This is accomplished through comprehensive treatment and prevention methods guided by a philosophy of mutual concern and responsibility. Gaudenzia also conducts research and educates the community on the causes, treatment and prevention of addictions, mental illness and related conditions.”

    6. DRUG & ALCOHOL TREATMENT SERVICESAdult Residential ServicesOutpatient ServicesAdolescent ServicesMental Health Residential ServicesPrison Services From very humble beginnings in a single facility, Gaudenzia  has grown to over 125  programs at more than 75 facilities throughout Pennsylvania, Maryland and Delaware. Now admitting into treatment over 14,000 clients annually, Gaudenzia offers comprehensive addiction treatment and recovery services. We serve adolescents, pregnant/parenting women, co-occurring individuals (mentally ill and substance abusing), HIV/AIDS symptomatic individuals and homeless individuals.

    7. Fresh Start of Delaware604 West 10th StreetWilmington, DE 19801

    8. Long-Term Residential Program for Young Adults (ages 18-25) Up to 20 clients • Located in Wilmington, DE • 1stGaudenzia program in Delaware • State Funded • Short Term Stabilization Program for Adults, 18 years old and up. (Delaware Medicaid Clients) • Offender Re-entry Program • Out Patient Counseling Services Fresh Start is…

    9. Fresh Start History • 2003 – Opened in Newark Delaware • April 2006 • Fresh Start gets a “Fresh Start” • Opening of 604 West 10th Street, Wilmington, DE • February 2010 • Opened Short Term Stabilization Program for Adults, 18 years old and up. (Delaware Medicaid Clients) • Began Out-Patient Services at Wilmington Site

    10. Average Age of our Clients Primary Drug of Choice Facts Heroin is the fastest growing addiction in young adults

    11. Derek – Program Director • Darlene - Admin. Assistant • Lisa – PT Admin. Assistant / House Manager • Barbara – Program Supervisor • Sheila – Counselor III • Karen – Counselor III • Charles – Counselor II • Franshawn – Food Service • Pat – Nurse • Tyrone - House Mgr. • Thomas- House Mgr. • Chaka – House Mgr. • Ronald – House Mgr. • Carla – Counselor III • Judy – Counselor III • Dr. Lifrak - Medical Doctor • Dr. Josie - Psychiatrist Fresh Start Staff

    12. Drug and Alcohol Service Providers of Pennsylvania (DASPOP) • Maryland Addiction Directors Counsel (MADC) • Pennsylvania Recovery Organizations Alliance (Pro-A) • The Philadelphia Alliance Professional Affiliates