Caron Treatment Centers Announces Corporate Board Appointments
Leading addiction treatment non-profit confirms 2011 board appointments
Wernersville, PA. Jan. 24 – Caron Treatment Centers, the leading non-profit addiction treatment provider, has appointed two board members to its Board of Trustees. Bruce M. Eanet of Washington D.C. and Scott S. Green of Trumbull, CT have joined the board.
Eanet is returning to serve his fifth year on the board after a temporary leave to act as the Regional Vice President for Caron in the greater Washington D.C. area for the past year. A Caron alumni with more than two decades of sobriety, he has also chaired Caron’s National Leadership Council and helped found Caron’s Washington D.C. area Leadership Council.
Scott S. Green resides with his family in Trumbull, CT where he is an active volunteer in Connecticut-area events for Caron alumni and friends. He currently works for NYU Langone Medical Center as a Procurement Card Program Manager. He received a BS in Finance from Sacred Heart University.
The Board of Trustees includes: Chairman Michael J. McGlinn, Allen Arrow, Edward M. Dealy, Linda Caron Denby, Casey Duffy, John J. Duffy, Esq., Stephen J. Esser, Beth Fitzsimons, Lewis D. Freeman III, Kenneth D. Gill Jr., Rory Gorman, Daniel B. Huyett, Richard King, Michael A. Lawrence, Petra Levin, Sally Marks, Sharon McGinley, Michael Reese, Jeffrey Rush, John P. Schreffler, Mark Skibbie, James W. Taylor, Doug Tieman (Caron President & CEO), Benjamin J Zintak III.
About Caron Treatment Centers
Caron Treatment Centers is a nationally recognized non-profit provider of alcohol and drug addiction treatment. With more than 50 years in the field, Caron is one of the oldest and largest facilities offering primary, relapse and extended residential treatment for young adults, adults and adolescents, as well as families affected by the disease of addiction. Caron's gender separate and gender specific programs are housed in modern, state-of-the-art facilities. Caron has extensive experience in the treatment of co-occurring psychological/psychiatric disorders within its patient community. Caron utilizes research on Recovery For Life from leading institutions such as the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and The University of Pennsylvania’s Treatment Research Institute. Formerly the Caron Foundation, Caron Treatment Centers operates residential treatment centers in southeastern Pennsylvania and Dallas, Texas; Caron Renaissance, an extended care treatment center in Boca Raton, Florida and regional offices in Bermuda, New York City, Philadelphia and Washington D.C.. For more information, visit www.caron.org or follow Caron on Twitter at @CaronTreatment.