John Boyles was born and raised in Warminster, PA where he graduated from Warminister Tenant High School in 1980. After relocating to Florida in the early 1990s, John was involved with the development of a number of business ventures including the operation and administration of alcohol and drug rehabilitation centers.
Raised in a family of successful business leaders, James always knew he possessed the skills necessary to lead any company towards future growth. Currently working towards his degree, he was granted the opportunity to use these skills in the mental health field.
Jim came to Family Center For Recovery in November of 2012 from Ft Myers FL. He started as a PHP coordinator, then became a lead coordinator at our Transitional Living, and is currently the Supervisor for Residential/Detox/PHP.
Tim O'Connell is from Philadelphia PA. He has lived in Palm Beach Gardens for the last 4 years. Tim has been with FCFR for 1 year and is supervisor of our Transitional Living Program. Tim is certified by the Florida Certification Board and holds his certificate of Certified Recovery Residence Administrator (CRRA).
Rachel Tea has been in the field of recovery for just under 5 years. She has been employed with FCFR since February of 2017 and is currently in the process of receiving 2 certifications, one as a Registered Behavioral Health Technician and one as a Certified Recovery Peer Specialist.
David Aretz has worked at FCFR for over 5 years. He has worked in many areas of FCFR. Beginning as Dr. Moran’s assistant, David went into the marketing aspect of the business before moving into the Billing Department where he processes Billing, Collecting and performs the auditing of the accounts.
Coming to Florida from Connecticut after a rewarding career in early childhood education and spending time at home with her twin sons, she embarked on her second career! She came to FCFR after a dozen years in the integrated behavioral health field. After trying a few different roles, including primary therapist, she chose Admissions as a specialty because she loves being able to bring a sense of hope to people in crisis.
Shira is a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Special (C.T.R.S.). She has worked in Forensic Psychiatry/Acute Psychiatry, Drug and Alcohol, Long Term Care as therapist and a Director of Recreation in Short term Physical Rehab over a 20 year span.
Originally from Jamaica and was migrated to the United States of America in 1993 (25years) and has lived in South Florida since then. She attended Palm Beach State College for her Certified Nursing Assistant/Behavioral Health Tech Certification.
Renee has over 20 years of expertise in Medical Billing and Collections. As a member of the AAPC and a certified collector, she began as a commercial insurance Claims Adjudicator but she's acquired a love for the Behavioral Health field being inspired by the un-dying dedication of the health professionals here at Family Center of Recovery.
Flavio Leon graduated from Sagrado Corazon High School in Esmeraldas Ecuador. He has been working as a maintenance specialist for over 22 years, and has been working for Family Center for Recovery for 1 and a half years. He enjoys the job greatly.
Linda Rudnet has worked in the healthcare industry for over 25 years managing various physician practices. Duties that included day to day running of the office, drug research studies, IV infusions, as well as billing and collections. She came to Family Center For Recovery February 16, 2015 where she continues to do billing and collections. She serves as chair person in Guest Services for Sunfest for the last 12 years.
Rachel Spiller is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the State of Florida. In the six years that Rachel has worked at Family Center for Recovery she has worked with adult and adolescent patients in many roles.
Veronica Caraballo Graduated from Santalues high school in Lantana Florida. She's fluent in English and Spanish with the ability to seamlessly jump between tasks. Exceptionally talented, a resourceful housekeeper with 8 plus years of experience, she provides efficient and comprehensive housekeeping and cleaning service to our staff and patients here at Family Center for Recovery.
Family Center for Recovery maintains high standards for infection control through Joint Commission year-round and is currently following CDC protocols and guidelines to protect against COVID-19. We want to encourage families and friends to continue seeking help for loved ones struggling with mental health disorders during this difficult time. Some illnesses cannot wait to be treated.