The all-male Seaside Sober Living program offers a supportive, safe, small-group setting where young adult men can continue their recovery journey after completing rehab. With a view of addiction as a chronic, progressive disease that affects entire families, Seaside works to set the stage for a successful, sustainable recovery by providing supportive aftercare treatment that emphasizes character building and family values.
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Kevin Deasy has been working with alcoholics and addicts since 1982. Kevin is a very strong leader and a great showcase of the gifts that long term sobriety can bring. He has been involved in 12 step recovery for almost 40 years and has been sober for 31 years. Kevin worked for several treatment centers in the New York tri-state area in the 1980s and 1990s. Kevin has had to deal with addiction in his own family including his son and provides direction, education, and insight for family recovery. Kevin’s belief is that a 12-step program is vital for an individual to obtain long term recovery, and, as a result of his own experiences, has created a safe environment at Seaside House that teaches the residents not just how to get sober, but how to stay sober. Kevin is an avid golfer as well as loves to hike, bike, fish, and ride ATVs.More
Ryan is a recovery advocate at seaside house. Ryan has been sober since 2012 and grew up in the Jupiter area. He spent a lot of time in institutions around the country before getting his life together in May of 2012. Ryan went through Wilderness Treatment Center in Montana where learned he loved the outdoors and it is possible to have fun in sobriety. Ryan was a mentor twice at SUWS of idaho, a wilderness therapy for adolescents, and learned the satisfaction he got from helping other young men. Getting sober at such a young age, Ryan truly understands the fellowship and support needed in order to sustain long term recovery. Ryan loves to play golf, tennis, basketball, shoot pool, and mountain bike. Ryan is a certified addiction recovery coach and is also pursuing his substance abuse counselor degree.More