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Caron Renaissance

7789 NW Beacon Square Boulevard, Boca Raton, Florida, 33487
Caron Renaissance provides gender-specific, 12-step based treatment for adults and young adults. Pioneers of the widely-used “Florida Model” of treatment, Caron Renaissance features community living to promote responsibility and peer therapy. Caron believes that family participation is critical to an addict achieving long-term recovery, and therefore involves family members throughout the treatment process.

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  • Aftercare Services
  • Addiction Medicine Services
  • Telemedicine

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  • Drugs & Alcohol Treatment

    The staff at Caron Renaissance also specializes in treating patients who experience co-occurring disorders or who have a history of failed recovery. The treatment team utilizes treatment methods that are highly effective in addressing and dealing with other disorders such as depression, anxiety disorders, narcissism, and borderline personality disorders, in addition to an individual’s drug and/or alcohol dependency.
  • Gambling

    Caron Renaissance recognizes that other addictions, such as gambling, may coexist with a chemical dependency and, if left undiagnosed and untreated, leaves an individual at high risk for chronic relapse. These coexisting addictions interact, reinforce and fuse; this process is referred to as Addiction Interaction Disorder (AID). The best treatment approach for individuals suffering from AID is to focus on the combination of addictions.

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  • Luxury

Meet the Staff

  • Andrew J. Rothermel
    Andrew J. RothermelPresident Florida Market, Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer
    Andrew J. Rothermel is president of the Florida market and EVP/Chief Operating Officer of Caron Treatment Centers. Caron is one of the oldest and largest facilities offering primary, relapse and extended residential treatment for young adults, adults and adolescents, as well as families affected by the disease of addiction. During Mr. Rothermel’s seven year tenure at Caron, the nonprofit addiction treatment network’s operating revenue, its operating excess and its net assets have each almost tripled – allowing Caron to contribute more than $16 million in scholarships and grants last year alone.
  • Sid Goodman, MA, LMHC
    Sid Goodman, MA, LMHCExecutive Director
    Sid Goodman, MA, LMHC, founded Palm Beach County's first extended care program in 1984. Formerly director of Core Services for the local community mental health center, Sid has considerable expertise in both chemical dependency and psychiatric treatment. Sid's interest in alternative forms of treatment led to expansion, including the development of structured outpatient programs in chemical dependency, co-dependency, and eating disorders. He is credited as a pioneer of the “Florida Model” in the field of addiction – and is considered one of the industry’s most successful and innovative icons.

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Whoever is referring you here gets a humongous referral fee because of the amount you have to pay in cash to go there. They made my family think that if I went to an insurance covered Treatment Center it was going to be garbage and I would be dead in no time. Let me tell you that recovery Centers of America and many other treatment centers that I've been to got ten times more treatment then I did a Karen. I left Karen with so many more mental issues that I did walking in there. If you are new to trying to find out how to help your kid I am open to you emailing me and I will give you advice of course for free and actually tell you what I think Direction you should try going in my email is NickKiefer919 AT Gmail ( I'm sorry to have to write my email in that strength way but unfortunately I've left comments before and a lot of these treatment centers pay all the websites to delete comments like mine especially ones they give the chance to give true reviews two families or try to help them so reach out to me if you need help I will try to at least guide you in the way I wish I went in in the first place because now me and a lot of people are struggling because of that one month that turned into a year and left most of us broken I pray for you and I pray that you at least do as much research as you can before sending anyone you love here. And I know you want to trust this therapist or whoever you're working with but remember a lot of the time in the back of their heads the most important thing is that $10,000 commission they're getting once your child gets sent there so please please do your own research and take a moment and listen to some of these people like me who have been there and have experienced and are still getting through it
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One of the few treatment centers that are willing to focus on parents of addicts. Excellent job addressing enabling and codependency. Their family weekends were very powerful
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Very intensive behavior based treatment. Not for everyone, but it's unique and effective. The transition out could have been a lot smoother. Putting people in a position to effectively address all their problems and deal with underlying issues that one wouldn't know contributes to their addiction. Staff are almost telepathic in their ability to read their patients. There is no help with the transition from a closed environment to the real word. It makes sense since people have to deal with the real world right away, however it feels like a very cold business transaction. Your done paying so you can go now. Even non-profits have a bottom-line I guess.
NV
    I credit my life being saved to AA, but the therapists at renaissance definitely played a major role. Yes, the treatment is no joke and I don\'t agree with everything they do. But the alternative (death) is much worse. The clinical director is the most genuine, generous, and caring person I have ever met. I am now in school full time with a 4.0. I have an amazing life. I have my family back and real friends. The therapists at renaissance don\'t just leave their work at the door... my current therapists still reach out to be on a daily basis just to see how I\'m doing. They care. I recommend this place for late-stage addicts and alcoholics. It\'s definitely a last resort type treatment center. For the right patient, it works.
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    To briefly qualify, I was a patient at CR the Summer of 2015. I rarely ever waste my time reaching out to review anything online, so please understand that I\'m going far out of my norm to implore you to not send your loved ones here. Your daughter/son/brother etc. deserves a chance to get sober with dignity and respect. This place will do ANYTHING to get your money. ANYTHING. They will lie to families. I do not come from wealth. My parents were swindled into paying for this out of fear. I was lucky enough to find a sober house to accept me within 24 hours as they gave me 24 hour notice to leave cause they didn\'t get their money. Effectively, I stood up for what I believe and know to be true; dignity. Moral of the story is that I went to a facility in NH focused upon the 12 steps of AA that does not advertise. They didn\'t baby me, but they treated me human. No more, no less. And I got sober. An alcoholic of the hopeless variety as it is said in the book. I\'m an engineer with a great job, dog and a family that got their son back. Please I beg of you, if you are considering this institution, heed my warning. Your loved one might not be as lucky as me. You must concede to the notion that this could be the last decision you make on behalf of your loved one...