The Delray Recovery Center Named 2015 Top Workplace

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The Sun Sentinel newspaper has selected The Delray Recovery Center as one of the Top Workplaces of 2015. The Delray Recovery Center is known in the addiction treatment field for their ethics and standards of excellence.

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We are pleased to announce the Sun Sentinel newspaper has selected The Delray Recovery Center as one of the Top Workplaces of 2015.

The Delray Recovery Center is known in the addiction treatment field for their ethics and standards of excellence. The company encourages staff members to innovate and to continue their educational efforts. The Delray Recovery Center prides itself in promoting a positive workplace environment, never forgetting their purpose – to help individuals heal from the disease of addiction. Every staff member plays a vital role in the success of the program and of its clients.

“It is an honor to be recognized, though it is our employees who make this company what it is. We can provide the environment, but it is them who carry out the mission,” said Peter Walstrom, Co-Owner of The Delray Recovery Center.

The Top Workplaces are determined solely on employee feedback. The anonymous employee survey is conducted by Workplace Dynamics, LLP, a leading research firm on organizational health and employee engagement.

An anonymous staff member of The Delray Recovery said, “DRC is a company that puts people before numbers, both clients and employees.”

“Encouragement to try new things, constant innovation, ethical workplace, positive atmosphere, company and bosses I believe in,” said another staff member about working for the company.

The Sun Sentinel published a complete list of this year’s Top Workplaces. For more information about this list, please visit http://www.topworkplaces.com.

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 patients go through a 5-phase step down continuum of care, allowing them to develop the tools necessary to achieve long-term recovery.

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