Dan Callahan, LMSW is a licensed social worker in the State of New York. Dan has been a human service professional since 1983 and specializes in addiction treatment and recovery. Dan studied social sciences and received a Bachelor's of Science at the University of Stony Brook and completed a Masters in Social Work program at Fordham University School of Social Welfare, New York City in 1997.
Dan is the author of two addiction recovery works: A book of recovery essays, titled, "Recovery Thinking, 90-Days to Change Your Life" and a recovery workbook "Freedom Recovery, 90-Days to Recover" that is utilized as an out-patient recovery guide and an inpatient addiction treatment workbook.
Dan is the co-developer of the earth shattering "Break Free Plan"TM a successful recovery program that incorporates individualized addiction treatment beginning with the "end in mind" and that incorporates community, vocational, & family reintegration with recovery support whereas a skilled sober companion escorts the recovering individual home from their treatment experience.
Since 1988 Dan has been assisting individuals and families overcome addiction by locating appropriate treatment options including: mutual support, therapy, detox services, case management, inpatient and outpatient treatment, and other ancillary addiction recovery services.