There are hundreds of alcohol/drug treatment centers and halfway houses in Palm Beach County. But there’s only one Fern House.
Since 1982, the Fern House has been an open door and an open heart for men trying to break free from the grip of alcoholism and drug addiction.
The Fern House program helps them achieve sustained sobriety, so they can return to society as productive, responsible citizens.
How is the Fern House different? Why has it survived and thrived for so many years while other facilities come and go like dust in the wind? There are many reasons, one being their executive director – Charles “Chuck” Cordle.
Fern House is different because we’re in it for the results, not for the money.
“Fern House is different because we’re in it for the results, not for the money,” Chuck Cordle says. “There are hundreds of places out there, in the county and surroundings, that you could go to, and they’ll be happy to accept you as long as you have insurance or a very large checking account.
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