Outpatient sitting grass NBRC’s program is designed to treat substance abuse disorders, mental health, and psychiatric conditions. Our program focuses on addressing the thought processes that keep you in an unhealthy pattern of living with brief episodes of sobriety with subsequent relapses. By focusing on long-term success, we create different outcomes and permanent results.

Who is this program for?

If you have recently completed inpatient treatment or find yourself with relapse after relapse, or if you cannot attend inpatient treatment due to work, school, or family obligations, this program is for you.

Our Program:

    • Clinical, medical, mental health, and psychiatric services onsite
    • Includes psychiatric evaluations and follow-up visits by a Board Certified Psychiatric Practitioner
    • Individual sessions with a licensed therapist
    • Group therapy:
        Addressing the issues that began before the first drink or drug
        Focuses on group cohesion, fostering authentic relationships with long-term support
    • Flexible schedules with the option to choose 3 of our 8 weekly groups available, morning or evening
    • Meals served 3 times a day at center for group attendees
    • Life skills and vocational classes with job placement assistance
    • Option to reside in our Community-Based Housing, or live in the comfort of your own home
    • Housing run 24-hours a day by NBRC staff
    • Transportation provided for shopping, local activities, and appointments

Your Intensive Outpatient Program Director

Frank Frank Galimidi, BS, CASAC, CAP, CRADC, ICADC, NCAC II, SAP, Program & CEO and Clinical Director

Frank is a Florida Certified Addictions Professional (CAP), New York State Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC), Illinois Certified Reciprocal Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Counselor (CRADC), an Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (ICADC), and has a Bachelors of Science in Psychology from Nova Southeastern University. Frank is also a US Department of Transportation Substance Abuse Professional (SAP). In the past 13 years, Frank has worked as a Counselor, Clinical Supervisor and Administrator in New York and now, South Florida. Frank’s work focuses on halting the maladaptive phenomenon of treatment center recidivism that has become commonplace in the treatment industry. Frank specializes in both Existential and Psychodynamic therapies, with particular interest in the utilization of Inner Child Therapy. It is Frank’s ability to develop and build a solid program that has helped NBRC achieve its success in delivering consistent, high caliber treatment services in our communities.