Addiction Treatment at
Changing Lives for the Better
At our Delaware substance abuse treatment center, we pride ourselves on going above and beyond for our patients. Along with personalized treatment plans and unique therapy programs for a comprehensive approach to addiction treatment, we focus on our patients’ futures.
The goal of our Milford, Delaware addiction treatment center is to not only help people find long-term sobriety, but also, to assist people in leading better lives. Many people come to our alcohol and drug rehab after hitting their rock bottom and spinning out of control. We help people regain control and start rebuilding their lives alongside getting sober. During addiction treatment, we give patients the tools they need to create a foundation for a happier, healthier, and more productive future.
Although addiction can seem like a problem that is too big to solve, there is hope. Getting help at Banyan Delaware is the first step to a better future.
Banyan Delaware Team
Jeet Joshi M.D.
Jeet D Joshi MD is currently the medical director of Banyan Delaware. He has been a practicing psychiatrist since 2016. Dr. Joshi also focuses on psychopharmacology as well as psychotherapeutic and medical management of eating disorders. In addition to treating eating disorders, Dr. Joshi is a child and adolescent psychiatrist. He provides services for inpatient psychiatric level of care as well as drug and alcohol treatment programs in both Pennsylvania and Delaware areas.
Director of Nursing
Cara Tilbury, PHD, LCDP, LMSW, CAADC, CCDP-D
Northeast Regional Executive Director of DE
Cara was born and raised on a small family farm in Upstate Western NY and relocated to Delaware in 2012 to expand her opportunities to help individuals and families struggling with addiction and co-occurring disorders. Since Cara joined the team at Banyan Delaware in January of 2021, she has served as the Clinical Director. This has more recently expanded into the Executive Clinical Director role providing oversight and promotion of a safe and healthy recovery environment at our Delaware location. Cara upholds a collaborative patient-centered approach while implementing a strong evidence-based style to her practice and professional management.
Cara has undergraduate degrees in Criminal Justice and Psychology and obtained her master’s degree in Psychology with specialization in Mental Health Applications in 2012. In 2017 she went on to achieve a life goal of her Doctoral Degree in Psychology, specializing in research, training, and treatment of co-occurring severe and persistent mental illness, trauma, and forensic populations. During her graduate and post-graduate career, Cara gained experience working with substance use disorder and personality disorder populations, with a focus on supporting individuals involved in the criminal justice system. Cara is a published doctoral research author in dual-diagnosis and personality disorder treatment. She has since gone on to obtain her Professional Licenses in Chemical Dependency and Social Work, and she also holds certifications in Doctoral Addictions Counseling, Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counseling, Co-occurring Disorders Professional - Diplomat status, and Clinical Certification in Counseling and Forensic Counseling. Cara is a proud member of the Golden Key International High Honor Society, Psi Chi International High Honor Society in Psychology, the American Psychology Law Society, and the American Psychological Association. Having strong clinical understanding combined with her passion to promote health and safety to individuals struggling with substance use, mental health, and trauma, Cara is prepared to humbly serve as the Executive Clinical leader for Banyan Delaware. Her background and education foster a strength-based foundation for addiction and co-occurring treatment encompassing compassion, respect, and dignity for every person.
Tina Moyer, MA, LMSW, ICAADC, CSPS
Clinical Director of Banyan Delaware
Tina Moyer is the Senior Clinical Supervisor for Banyan Delaware Residential/Detox Facility and PHP/IOP Facility. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Wesley College in Dover, Delaware and continued her education to earn her Master’s Degree in Psychology with a focus on Counseling from Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland. She is licensed in the state of Delaware as an LMSW and has received her International Certification for Advanced Addictions Counselor and Certified Supervisor of Peer Specialists. Prior to Banyan, Tina brings with her a 20+ year leadership history in working with adults and children challenged with mental health and addiction in various modalities including group home care, case management, therapy, IOP, residential, and ACT team settings. Tina brings with her a long-term passion for helping those in need of healing so that they can flourish and live their lives confident and empowered to move forward.
Darren Collins, BS, CPRS
Director of Operations
Darren found recovery in 2017 after a long 15-year battle with the disease of addiction. He has been an active member throughout the recovery community in Delaware ever since. Darren began working in the SUD treatment field in 2018. Since the beginning, he used his personal passion and work ethic to succeed in the industry. Darren has held positions from BHT to Program Coordinator of one of the largest sober living programs in Delaware. He became a licensed Certified Peer Recovery Specialist in the State of DE in 2019, and graduated in December 2020 with a Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies from Wilmington University. Darren is currently continuing his education at Delaware State University for their Social Work Master’s Program. Darren found himself captivated by the Banyan philosophy and the family aspect of the company. He is driven and passionate about helping others find their way to recovery through providing them with experience, strength, and hope that they too can find happiness in their own personal recovery.
John Harris Jr.
John found recovery in 2008 after a long battle with alcohol and drugs. In October 2008, John surrendered his life to his higher power and his life began to change. He went back to school and got his associate's degree in Drug and Alcohol Counseling then started working in the treatment field where he became a peer. John became a Certified Peer Specialist in April 2016. He continued his education obtaining his Bachelor's Degree in Behavioral Science and his Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. John started with Banyan in September 2020 as a primary therapist and today hold the position of Clinical Supervisor. He has since passed the NCE and awaiting the board to award his license as a LPCMH.
Mark Corbishley is a Clinical Supervisor for Banyan Delaware. He is a retired veteran who served 28 years in the United States Coast Guard. While serving, Mark completed his Bachelor's of Science from Wilmington University. When he retired in 2011, Mark searched for another job that he enjoyed. He finally landed at the HOME of The Brave where he began his journey helping homeless veterans. After four years, Mark moved to build on his counseling experience and worked for Supportive Services for Veterans and Families. During his time with SSVF mark completed his Master in Human Services. He also gained valuable experience dealing with veterans and their needs including addiction and mental health. In 2021, Mark took an opportunity to move to the clinical side where he worked as a therapist for a drug addiction program. Utilizing his leadership skills and his skills as a therapist, Mark quickly moved to the position of Site Director. Realizing his desire to be more involved with the clients, Mark accepted a position with Banyan Delaware. Mark brings to his position 38 years of leadership, people skills, critical incident stress management, mental health, and addiction in various modalities including case management and therapy. Mark has a strong desire to be involved with helping others and enjoys seeing them succeed in life.
Crystal is the Inpatient Clinical Supervisor for Banyan Delaware. She earned her Associate of Applied Sciences degree from Bronx Community College, her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Lehman College, two Master's degree; Health Services Management from the New School of Social Research, and Mental Health Counseling from Walden University. Crystal is licensed in the State of Delaware as an LMSW and holds certifications in Human Services Board-Certified Practitioner, Multisystemic Therapy, and, Juvenile Sexual Offending. She is a member of Walden and Capella Universities National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS). Crystal is in her final semester at Capella University in the Doctorate in Human Services, Organizational Leadership an, Juvenile Sexual Offending.
Prior to BTC, Crystal brings with her a 15+ year history in working with adults, adolescents, and forensic populations challenged with mental health, sex addiction, substances, conduct disorders in various modalities such as group homes, correctional facilities, mobile, residential and educational settings. Crystal is client-centered with a focus on assisting clients as they navigate a healthier road to recovery.
Outpatient Clinical Supervisor
Nicole Gilman is the Clinical Supervisor for Banyan Delaware PHP/IOP levels of care. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Child and Family Studies from Albright College and continued her education to earn two Master's Degrees in Criminal Justice and Clinical Counseling. Nicole is licensed in the state of Connecticut and Delaware as an LPC/LPCMH. Prior to Banyan, Nicole brings with her a 20+ year history in working with adults and children challenged with mental health and addiction in various modalities including in-home, emergency department and community crisis, child protective services, counseling/therapy, dual diagnosis PHP/IOP, residential and private practice. Nicole brings with her a passion to empower those in need on their journey to healing and uncovering their truest most authentic selves.
Assistant Director of Nursing
Morgan Price is a registered nurse and native to Delaware. Morgan has been a part of the Banyan DE team since opening in 2020. Morgan is the Assistant Director of Nursing for Banyan Delaware DE residential/detox facility. She earned her associates degree in nursing from Delaware technical community college in Dover, DE. She is licensed in the state of DE as a registered nurse. Prior to Banyan Morgan brings her 7+ year experience in adolescent and adult mental health and addiction in various settings including outpatient neurology, outpatient pain management, in patient psychiatry, home health, and in patient addiction treatment. Morgan's goal is to continue her growth with Banyan to fulfill her passion of helping the community in their journey to sobriety.
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Proud Affiliations & Accreditations
From the very beginning Banyan took great care of me mentally, physically and spiritually. He witnessed first hand my transformation.Paul I. James S.
Working with Matt Daily from Clearbrook has been fantastic!Tracey M.
I have nothing but good things to say he’s helped us not only with getting her into the recovery system, but also has excepted our calls even on weekends and vacation and he has always kept us up to-date.JohnI TV him B.
Great resource. Worked closely with them for a while now. Genuine staff that provides great communication.Mac B.
Stuff is amazing! The clinical director Wayne is absolutely awesome. I'm eternally grateful 🙏Eric l.
Thank you Banyan but most of all thank you for your family therapy support from Jamie and Kayla. Thank you thank you!!Salena b.
Great experience. Staff was incredibleAnne Marie W.
Banyan I'd like say that is the best rehab place for everyone to go the staff great the exactly..care nd show tender care love about anyone's situation they understand they feed use well pastor Mike nd the whole staff is wonderful I miss you guys nd staff 💙 so muchAngelo T.
Most Insurance Plans Accepted
Addiction treatment doesn’t need to be out of reach. At our drug rehab in Delaware, our goal is to assist as many people as we can. We accept a variety of insurance plans to help people get the addiction treatment they need. If you do not have health insurance, there are other ways to pay for treatment. Call us today to see if your insurance will cover your treatment program and to talk about alternatives if necessary.
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