Addiction Treatment at
Banyan Treatment Center Pompano
Changing Lives for the Better
At Banyan Treatment Center our mission is to help those struggling with substance abuse and addiction reach their goal of a healthy, happy and productive sober life through an array of professional treatment services. Our customized treatment programs in South Florida ensure each patient is receiving the highest standard of quality care.
We emphasize and try to instill the importance of consistency, accountability and responsibility along with the vital importance of a 12-step program in daily life to achieve the goal of sustained sobriety. Our drug and alcohol treatment programs provide an alternative to traditional treatment as a step down from a higher level of care.
At Banyan Treatment Center Pompano, we believe in giving our patients all the tools they need through our complete continuum of care so when they return to normal day to day life, they will be productive members of society. Start life in recovery today with the help of Banyan Treatment Center Florida.
We Offer Multiple Levels of Care
Banyan Pompano Team
Ashley Moore, LCSW
Ashley Moore is an Alabama native and has been sober for more than eleven years, following her move to South Florida. She has a Master’s degree in Social Work from Florida Atlantic University, and having found freedom from addiction herself, has made helping others to heal from the pain and despair it can bring her main goal. Ashley is passionate about not only helping those who struggle themselves, but also the families who have experienced broken relationships to embrace the healing process. Ashley began her career at Banyan as a primary therapist and through her dedication to helping others and her exceptional professional abilities has since been promoted to her current role as Clinical Director at Banyan Pompano.
Director of Operations
Josh McPherson was born and raised in Frankfort, Kentucky. His own personal struggle with alcohol and drugs relocated him to South Florida in 2013. His new purpose after getting sober was geared entirely around helping others. Josh started with Banyan in October 2014 as a Behavioral Health Technician. He has been blessed to grow within the company as the company grew itself. His growth landed him with his current title of Director of Operations for the Pompano Beach PHP and IOP levels of care. One of his favorite parts about Banyan is that he is involved in training when facilities open out of state. He loves being a part of the new growth and goals. Josh is honored to be a part of the Banyan Family and eager to see where this journey continues to take him.
Director of Nursing
Oliver Hora is the director of nursing at Banyan Pompano. In 2001, Oliver finished nursing school in Germany. His major fields he worked in were mental health, substance abuse, and detox units. He worked for two years in adolescence health and mental health. Since 2010, Oliver has been in the United States where he worked in a variety of detox facilities before coming to Banyan in 2015. He offers nursing educational groups where they discuss nutrition, healthy lifestyles, disease prevention, anatomy, and healthcare needs. Oliver just wants to provide a safe environment for his clients. He says that his favorite part of the day is the clients.
Doyline Kreegel, RCSWI, RN
Clinical Supervisor of PHP SUD
Doyline Kreegel grew up in Nashville, Tennessee. She is a Registered Nurse with a B.S. in Criminal Justice from Middle Tennessee State University and a Master of Social Work from Florida International University.
In Fort Myers, Florida Doyline worked in an acute hospital setting on a neurology unit with people who were recovering from neurological conditions. She then worked as a psychiatric nurse treating people of all ages, from children to geriatrics. It was during that time she realized her passion for counseling people.
Doyline first started working for Banyan Treatment Centers in 2018 as an intern. She left the internship everyday feeling blessed knowing she was touching the lives of those in recovery. In 2019, Doyline began working as a group facilitator for Banyan’s Mental Health Program. Later that year, she was promoted to Primary Therapist. Now, Doyline holds the position of Banyan’s Clinical Supervisor of Substance Use.
Doyline knows that mental health illness and addiction do not discriminate. She wants to educate people on those diseases and advocate for those who suffer from it. Because of her background in nursing and social work, Doyline is more than qualified to help her clients treat symptoms that affect both their mind and their body.
Doyline loves waking up every morning knowing she is going to help people have a better quality of life. “It is never too late for a person to live a healthier and a more content life!
Faith in Recovery Director
Anthony is a published Christian Author and graduate of Vision International University where he earned a Master’s degree in Ministry. He also holds a Master’s diploma in Biblical Studies from the Int’l School of Ministry. Anthony successfully completed specialized training with the Int’l Conference of Police Chaplains. He is an ordained minister, speaker and writer with articles published in numerous national magazines.
He has a heart for those who suffer with mental illness, addictions and the broken in spirit. He has ministered to thousands of individuals suffering with addiction, mental health disorders, the homeless, and inmates.
Most recently, Anthony was awarded the 2019 Professional of the Year by Broward National Recovery. In 2018 Anthony was selected as a Global Goodwill Ambassador representing the USA. In 2015, the National Alliance of Mental Illness, Broward Country awarded Anthony its volunteer Recognition Award. In 2014, the National Association of Social Workers, Broward County awarded Anthony its Public Citizen of the Year.
Anthony is the host of The Faith in Recovery Show. The Faith in Recovery Radio Show with Anthony Acampora previously aired on Faith-Talk Atlanta, AM 970 and in the Orlando area on “The Word “94.9FM & AM 950.
All Faith in Recovery Radio Shows can be heard by going to https://faithinrecovery.com/radio-shows/
Richard Mayora, LCSW, MCAP
Supervisor of Outpatient and Family Services
Richard Mayora is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has taught at The Institute for Addiction Studies and The Academy for Addiction Professionals. He has chaired Broward’s Recovery Month event several times and will act in this capacity for 2017. Richard has been in private practice, served as the Clinical Coordinator at Community Healthcare/CenterOne, and was a clinician at Broward Health Medical Center’s psychiatric unit for many years. In 2014, Florida Atlantic University named him Supervisor of Year and mentoring students is his greatest passion.
Family Services Coordinator
Caleb was born in Louisville, Kentucky and played football at Lindsey Wilson College, where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and Communication. Like many others in America today, Caleb suffered an injury on the field that resulted in the use of prescription pain medication, which eventually led him down the dark road of addiction. He sought treatment at Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches, now a Banyan facility, more than four years ago and has been sober ever since. Caleb began his career at Banyan as an Admissions Coordinator and went on to receive several promotions within the organization. He now acts as a National Business Development Representative for the state of Kentucky, where he lives with his wife and son. Caleb is passionate about his position and being able to continue his career at Banyan in his home state, saying that he feels honored to be able to help those in his community who struggle with the same issues he once faced. He has made is his main goal to help anyone seeking treatment to get the help they need.
This place helped saved my lifeJohn M.
Wonderful staff. Amazing chefs who went out of their way to make sure my meals were vegan and tasty.Austin B.
I had a great experience at Banyan in Naperville the staff are awesome there and housing is good we can cook and eat whatever we want which is nice it helped me be accountable and clean up after myself they encourage us to go to meetings and provide a list of meetings and sponsors but don’t force anyone to go which is nice it’s a choice but if you want recovery you will get it no matter where you go you just have to be 100% done with the drugs or drinksMiles J.
Banyan boca is one of the best places. They are extremely clean and have your best interest at heart. You guys are doing an amazing job.Xxgacha h.
It's a great place !!!Lilian R.
This is the greatest thing I have ever done for myself. I learned so much and felt like I could face the world as a sober person.Jo Ann P.
The treatment center in Pennsylvania has helped me tremendously! Definitely recommend!Christine M.
Behavioral Health of the Palm Beaches changed my life for the better. I attended daily groups and individual therapy. The food was superb.teresa 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.