WESTPORT, Conn – May 14, 2018 – Westport House, Connecticut’s premier sober living program for men, announced today that Danielle Meldon has joined their team as Program Director. Meldon joins Westport House after five years in various management and direct care roles at Turnbridge in New Haven, CT. She most recently served as a Program Director for Turnbridge and was instrumental in creating and developing a long-term treatment program for young adult females.
“It is with great pleasure that Westport House announces Ms. Danielle Meldon as its new Program Director. In her new position, Ms. Meldon will oversee all sober living programming and operations, according to Al Samaras, Executive Director & Founder of Westport House. In addition, she will evaluate our entire program, looking for opportunities to further develop and coordinate programming, operations, and clinical to ensure all clients are receiving the highest quality care and services.”
“Her experience, combined with her compassion, trauma-informed approach, and leadership qualities, will ultimately make Westport House a more effective program than it is today,” continued Samaras.
“I am very excited to have this opportunity to work with Mr. Samaras, his staff, our clients and their families.” says Meldon. “Westport House is a first-class organization and it offers a valuable and much-needed service for men in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. I am looking forward to capitalizing on our successes and to improving our programs where I can.”
About Westport House
Located 45 miles north of New York City in Fairfield County Connecticut, Westport House is a premier provider of two distinct levels of aftercare for men: extended care and sober living.
Westport House is designed to support the recovery process for men as they transition from a higher level of care to sober living. Westport House blends the transformational power of experiential activities and physical fitness & recreation with work, school and traditional clinical services to establish a supportive environment in which clients can practice independent life-skill management and other recovery skills after they complete primary treatment.