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Our Approach

Here at Awakenings we believe that addiction is a medical condition that causes health, emotional, and social consequences. Our program is patient centered, which requires patient involvement in there education and achievement of recovery goals. Our education focuses on a combination of three different learning styles: visual, hands-on, and active listening.

Treatment hours are variable depending on the individual's needs. This allows the patient to be in control of there treatment schedule. Patients are able to attend day, evening, or a combination of both groups to avoid distraction from other life responsibilities.

Our Story

Awakenings was established in May of 2004 when Melody Lorenzo recognized that there was no flexibility in the standard outpatient services. Services were focused more on agency expectations than patient centered care. With experience in inpatient, outpatient, and 12-step self help programs Ms. Lorenzo combined useful processes from each form of service to offer a more flexible patient centered program that allows the patients to be more in charge of their own recovery goals.

In 2017 Awakenings added mental health services to its program. The mental health services offered include individual sessions, a wide variety of specialized group services as well as tele-psychiatry (which offers medication management).

The goal behind offering both SUD and Mental Health services is to better coordinate patient care and address each persons needs individually.

Meet the Team

Below are the people that make this business go!
This team will work for you, from Clerical to Counselors to Administrators.

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Melody Lorenzo, SUDP

Substance Use Disorder Professional
President / Administrator

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Autumn Irvine, BA

Mental Health Clinician
Substance Use Disorder Professional

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Ryan Lorenzo

Financial Manager

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Rosamond Valckenier de Greeve

NP, MBA, Ph.D

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Cortney Baker

Peer Support

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Shauna Sprague, SUDPT

Substance Use Disorder
Professional Trainee

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Bryan Kerr, SUDP

Substance Use Disorder Professional

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Breezy Lorenzo, SUDP

Substance Use Disorder Professional
Lead Supervisor

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Danelle Anderson

Office Manager/Support Staff

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Lucinda Alexander, SUDP

Substance Use Disorder Professional

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Bryanna Jellum, SUDP

Substance Use Disorder Professional
Supervisor

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Alexis Nortrup

Receptionist/Support Staff

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Frank Nielsen

Receptionist/Support Staff