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The DelRay Recovery Center Appoints Britt Bonner as the Director of Clinical Outreach
Date:11/11/2013

Delray Beach, FL (PRWEB) November 11, 2013

The Delray Recovery Center is thrilled to announce the newest member of its marketing team, Mr. Britt Bonner. Recently, Mr. Bonner left a well-known addiction treatment provider and now joins The Delray Recovery Center as Director of Clinical Outreach.

Mr. Bonner brings years of experience in developing relationships with private practice clinicians, interventionists, EAPs, case managers, and other mental health professionals. He has played an integral role in developing interventionist networks and has served as a resource for clinicians and other professionals seeking assistance with treatment options for their clients.

“I am very excited to be joining The Delray Recovery Center,” said Mr. Bonner. “Their commitment to clinical excellence and patient-centered care is unparalleled. It is an honor to be a part of an organization with so much integrity, and to work alongside such a talented and passionate team.”

As Director of Clinical Outreach at The Delray Recovery Center, Mr. Bonner will lead the expansion of the clinical outreach department. He will also be responsible for developing and maintaining referent relationships on a national level. Mr. Bonner will work closely with the admissions and clinical departments to better serve referents and clients in their care.

“It is with great excitement we welcome Britt Bonner,” said Chief Financial Officer of The Delray Recovery Center, Peter Walstrom. “We look forward to seeing our clinical outreach team grow under his leadership, and to continuing to foster relationships with referents across the country.”

Located in Delray Beach, FL, The Delray Recovery Center offers individualized treatment programs for alcohol and drug addiction, as well as co-occurring mental health disorders. The Delray Recovery Center believes in a long-term treatment model, where clients go through a 5-phase step down continu
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