Since 1992, our Residential Treatment Programs have been family-owned and operated.
Learn, Grow, and Build in South Florida
Over the last three decades, Genesis House has become a well respected behavioral health and rehabilitation program.
Hosted humbly in the heart of beautiful South Florida, our resort-like campus is home to many amenities and attractions that have enabled us to provide the highest quality of addiction treatment and care to our residents since 1992.
Led by a dedicated team of experienced administrative and clinical professionals, we stand proudly behind our commitment to excellence in every single aspect of the recovery community.
We offer a wide spectrum of seasoned programs that are covered by most major insurance carriers. We also offer a solid range of treatment courses that give us the ability to facilitate for just about any possible entry point into recovery.
Our intention has always been to create a focused and supportive environment that’s not only effective when it comes to your long-term recovery goals— but enjoyable as well.
The door to this house — is always open.
Clients past and present have always appreciated the fact that we have an open door policy at Genesis House. Unlike other places that may have their clinical offices at a completely separate location from their residential areas, we have someone always on campus 24/7/365. We are ALWAYS here for you.
Our founder, James Dodge, dedicated his life to helping fellow addicts and alcoholics achieve long-term sobriety.
After spending one year in the Crossroads Program of Eureka California, James Dodge reentered the community of Eureka sober and healthy. James, more often referred to as Tony, gained employment at the Etowah program assisting mentally challenged teens with their daily tasks. After approximately a year at Etowah, Crossroads called Tony and offered him a position as Counselor II In training. Tony held this position for one year helping fellow addicts and alcoholics get clean.
In 1982, Tony moved to Florida and worked at noted treatment centers Benmar, NRI and Care. During this period, Tony realized that inpatient treatment was critical and essential for the client, but after treatment was completed, very few aftercare support facilities existed in the area. The clients often returned home or to other living environments that were dysfunctional and did not promote recovery.