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Our Facility

Who We Are

At Pathway to Hope in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, we aim to help everyone who comes to us with a desire to recover from drug and alcohol addiction. We put our clients first and believe 100 percent that our quality treatment programs can meet you (or your loved one) where you are. Our trained counselors and therapists can help you face addiction head-on so you can recover and live your best life. After all, people in recovery are not victims but survivors. Each part of your treatment here at Pathway to Hope focuses on your unique needs and individual strengths. We’re ready for you to join us here in South Florida to start working on your new life.

Addiction rehab is not simply about quitting drugs and alcohol, or other addictive substances. To effectively recover from a substance use disorder, a person has to reach and maintain a state of wellness and clarity of mind, body, and spirit. We help our clients do just that.

Addiction is a chronic disease that requires medical and professional help. Without treatment, it can be a hard road to go down alone, but you don’t have to. Call us now at 844-557-8575 to speak with a specialist who can guide you to recovery options that can help you put drug and/or alcohol addiction behind you once and for all.

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How We Help

We specialize in partial hospitalization programs (PHPs) and intensive outpatient programs (IOPs). Both types of programs are ideal for people who have completed a medical detox and are ready to transition to a level of care that is less restrictive than 24-hour residential care.  PHPs and IOPs offer more flexibility but have the same focus on intensive therapies to help clients address the causes of their addiction. These programs are also suited to address the need for clients who have co-occurring disorders, a term that describes when people have a substance abuse disorder and mental health disorder present at the same time.

We also offer an active alumni program for people who have completed their treatment with us. Our alumni group members benefit greatly from the support, education, responsibility, and clarity they receive as they reintegrate into society. All Pathway to Hope clients are welcome and encouraged to become a part of this support network. Joining a group of like-minded people is one way to prevent relapse after living sober. 

We want to provide each and every person with all the tools they need to live a life free from the shackles of addiction. That’s why we make use of the entire Delphi family of facilities to bring you the entire continuum of treatment.

LET US GUIDE YOU ON THE PATH TO RECOVERY. RECEIVE A CALL FROM ONE OF OUR TREATMENT SPECIALISTS NOW, AVAILABLE 24/7.

  • Our Leadership Team

    Jeff Smith, BA, CAP

    Executive Director

    Jeff graduated from Keiser University with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. Jeff is also a Certified Addiction Professional, certified by the state of ...

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    Sharon Sinclair, M.S., LMHC

    Clinical Director

    Sharon Sinclair received her Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology at Nova Southeastern University and her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from ...

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