Schnellenberger Family Foundation Hosts Family Educational Weekend Retreat During National Recovery Month
Three-Day Recovery-Focused Family Retreat in Delray Beach is Open to the Community; Featured Speakers, Presenters and Tools Provided Will Ensure Families are Fully Equipped to Help their Loved Ones Achieve Long-Term Sobriety
By: Schnellenberger Family Foundation
"No one is addressing the families of addicts, or as I refer to them – the silent sufferers," said Tim Schnellenberger. "We created this program to educate and immerse families in the teachings and tools that will help them help themselves and their loved ones, who are suffering with addiction. Addiction is a family disease, and our hope is that our Foundation and this retreat, in particular, will assist all of those suffering."
What: Schnellenberger Family Foundation: Family Educational Weekend Retreat. A comprehensive three-day recovery-focused Family Retreat is based on the principles found in the Schnellenberger Family Foundation's Family Weekend and Weekly Educational Webinar Series. The retreat will cover the neurological and physiological aspects of addiction, as well as the impact substance abuse has on both the addict's and their loved one's mental, emotional and spiritual health.
Specifically, the retreat will:
Where: Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott, 910 West Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach 33444 (Near Atlantic Avenue and I-95)
Cost: $99 Per Attendee.
About the Schnellenberger Family Foundation
Launched in January of 2018, the foundation will financially and emotionally provide for the families of those individuals in drug and alcohol treatment. The foundation's focus aligns well with Tim Schnellenberger's existing businesses: Healing Properties and Recovery Boot Camp. Healing Properties, which was founded in Delray Beach in 2003, provides a sober living community to addicts in recovery; Recovery Boot Camp, which launched in 2015, provides treatment and teaches addict how to get sober by using the Alcoholic Anonymous Big Book. More than 5,000 men have gone through the two programs.
The foundation is also an extension of the Stephen Schnellenberger Foundation for Sober Living, founded in 2009 in memory of Stephen Schnellenberger – brother of Tim, and eldest son of Howard and Beverlee. "We are just a proud dad and mom wanting to be a part of something bigger," said Howard Schnellenberger. "I am retired and now have the opportunity to do something beneficial for others. From our family's own experience with addiction, we know getting sober works, provided you go to the right treatment center. We want addicts to have that opportunity and for their families to know they are safe." Learn more at https://www.schnellenbergerfamily.foundation.
About Howard & Beverlee Schnellenberger
Howard and Beverlee Schnellenberger are the parents of Tim Schnellenberger, Founder & CEO of Healing Properties and Recovery Boot Camp – sober living and addiction treatment centers located in Delray Beach, Florida. Howard and Beverlee, who reside in Boynton Beach, FL, have been married for 58 years and are the parents of three sons: Stephen (deceased), Stuart and Tim. The Schnellenberger family has struggled with the disease of addiction for four decades – and Howard and Beverlee have become strong advocates of the drug and alcohol recovery industry. Both acknowledge that addiction is a family disease and see their partnership with their son in launching the Schnellenberger Family Foundation both a worthy and timely calling.
Howard, 83, is a legendary retired football coach with long service at both the professional and college levels. He held head coaching positions with the National Football League's Baltimore Colts (https://en.wikipedia.org/
About Tim Schnellenberger
Tim Schnellenberger is the Founder and CEO of Recovery Boot Camp Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center and Healing Properties Sober Living Community. Schnellenberger founded Healing Properties in 2002 and, after 5,000 clients and 12 years of successes, he saw a dire need for a long-term, 12-step emersion addiction treatment center. In 2015, he opened Recovery Boot Camp, which is designed to meet that need -- head-on.
Schnellenberger first began his work in the sober living and rehabilitation industry as a way of giving back and helping others the way he had been helped earlier on in his own life. Schnellenberger has consequently created a no-bullshit environment that focuses simply on helping men get sober. According to Schnellenberger, to remain a tenant, one must be actively attending NA/AA/NA meetings, utilizing a 12-step sponsor, working the 12-steps, interacting with sober supports, and implementing the daily living skills necessary for long-term recovery. His tenants are carefully screened and closely monitored to ensure that they are both motivated and serious about their recovery from chemical dependency.