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Frances R. Marti, LPCMHClinical Director Banyan Delaware
Frances Marti works as the Clinical Director at Banyan Treatment Center in Delaware, where she specializes in evidence-based practices that are trauma-informed and client-centered. Franny believes that people can and do recover, and takes an eclectic and person-centered approach in her recovery orientation. Franny has worked in psychiatric and co-occurring facilities throughout her career, including in-patient psychiatric hospitals and correctional facilities, and brings her passion for underserved populations to her work each day. Her style is one of approachability and unconditional positive regard, meeting the individual wherever he or she is on the journey to recovery. Franny is a Licensed Professional Counselor of Mental Health (LPCMH), a Licensed Chemical Dependency Professional (LCDP), and a Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CAADC). Franny holds a Master of Science (MS) in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Villanova University.Show Bio
Dr. Thomas BrittonPresident & CEO Gateway Foundation—Smyrna
Dr. Thomas Britton began his career in behavioral health as a counselor where he developed a passion for effectively treating individuals with co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders. For more than twenty years, Dr. Britton has been dedicated to helping others through various roles as a therapist, crisis worker, educator, clinical supervisor, executive director and most recently president for a division of Acadia Health Care. Dr. Britton believes strongly in the power of recovery, so much that in 2006, he founded a North Carolina organization that advocates for treatment for those without resources. His devotion to the field and a commitment to learning led him to earn a Master's Degree in both Addiction and Marriage and Family Therapy from Appalachian State University in Boone, NC. Understanding the importance of strong leadership skills, Dr. Britton went on to earn a Doctorate in Public Health, Executive Management from Gillings School of Global Health at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. Dr. Britton has aligned his personal mission to help others with his life's work. From his early days as a clinician, to his present leadership role, his focus remains on helping individuals and their families get their lives back on track.Show Bio
Christine M. Francis, RNDirector of Nursing Banyan Delaware
Christine is the Director of Nursing for Banyan’s Delaware facility. Her professional health care career has blended clinical nursing care for Delaware’s most vulnerable population with the management and supervision of other health care professionals. Christine has been a nurse since 2010 and in 2012, she began her career in the field of correctional health care. By 2014, she was the Director of Nursing for Delaware’s largest correctional facility, responsible for administering and overseeing treatment for over 2,500 patients. Within 6 months, Christine was promoted to Health Services Administrator at that facility and, since that time, has managed the delivery of health care in areas including substance abuse, mental health and co-occurring disorders. Christine believes that the path to recovery begins with the creation and maintenance of an environment that fosters self-healing. She is passionate about patient/family education and a multi-disciplinary approach to recovery. In her spare time, Christine enjoys the Delaware beaches and rooting for the Philadelphia Eagles.Show Bio
- Delaware ranks 23rd in treatment centers servicing/accepting pregnant or post-partum women per 100,000 residents. West Virginia is just 1 spot better, ranked 22 out of the United States. One spot worse is Nebraska, ranked 24 in the U.S.
- When adjusted for population, Delaware ranks 25th in treatment centers servicing/accepting members of military families. One spot better is Florida, ranked 24 in the U.S. One spot worse is Nebraska, ranked 26 in the U.S.
- For community reinforcement plus vouchers clients, Delaware ranks 27th in population-adjusted treatment centers. California is just 1 spot better, ranked 26 out of the United States. One spot worse is New Hampshire, ranked 28 in the U.S.
- Delaware is 27th among U.S. states in treatment centers servicing or accepting sliding fee scale. Michigan is ranked one spot better at spot 26. Ohio is just 1 spot worse, ranked 28 out of the United States.
- Delaware ranks 28th in treatment centers servicing/accepting DUI/SWI clients per 100,000 residents. Arkansas is ranked one spot better at spot 27. Indiana is ranked one spot worse at spot 29.
Compared to the rest of the country, rates of past month and past-year use of drugs like heroin, cocaine, prescription painkillers, and other substances have consistently been higher than the national average.
It’s a problem that is explored in Delaware Substance Abuse and Mental Health Issues At-A-Glance published by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). An annual survey analyzed to better understand the challenges faced by drug users in every state, it provides detailed information about how many people are using different drugs in Delaware and how many are getting the treatment they need to address the problem.
Who’s Using What?
According to the SAMHSA survey, the following are the most commonly cited drugs of abuse among Delaware residents who seek treatment for drug and alcohol dependence in order of popularity:
This order has been relatively consistent over the last 15 years, with the exception of the positioning of marijuana and cocaine. Rates of cocaine use have remained relatively level but marijuana use and heroin use have both been increasing in popularity over the last decade.
Not Enough Treatment Programs for Everyone
There are fewer than 50 drug rehab programs in Delaware, according to SAMHSA, and some of them have long waiting lists and too few resources. Additionally, more than 63 percent of these organizations depend heavily upon funding from government agencies, and as state, local and federal budgets tighten, drug addiction treatment programs are often dropped.
Only 12 programs in the entire state of Delaware even offer a residential treatment program and only four offer methadone as an option for those in recovery from opiate addiction treatment. Wait lists are long everywhere and, once enrolled, many patients find that there are too few personalized therapy sessions and too many other patients fighting for access to available resources. The lack of appropriate care options may be a big part of the reason why rates of unmet need for treatment in Delaware are far higher than the national average.
In-State or Out-of-State Treatment?
It’s important to enroll in a drug rehab not just based on location but also based on the amenities, treatment services and resources it provides. This is the most effective way to find a drug rehab that will work for your needs.
- Dual diagnosis treatment if there are co-occurring issues with mental health issues
- Multiple private therapy sessions per week
- The ability to create a personalized treatment plan that addresses the unique challenges you face
- A low number of patients per staff member
- Wide range of therapeutic options that range from traditional to alternative
- The provision of aftercare services at the completion of treatment