Unlike many facilities, Next Chapter is privately owned and operated.


There is no corporate entity controlling our care, no board of directors putting profits before the needs of clients. Next Chapter was conceived as an answer to the shortcomings of the addiction treatment industry, a place where clients come first, and excellent clinical care is paramount. And it shows in the passion of those who make it work.

Anthony-Fasano

ANTHONY FASANO

Managing Partner

A New Jersey native, Anthony graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a degree in Business Marketing before being drafted in the 2nd round of the 2006 NFL draft. After playing 12 seasons with the Dallas Cowboys, Kansas City Chiefs, Tennessee Titans, and Miami Dolphins, Anthony retired to focus on his other passions. Like many of us, Anthony knows firsthand of the crippling effects that addiction can have on a family. Seeing how quality treatment can save someone’s life and put them on a path to success inspired Anthony to found Next Chapter. In 2008, he started the Anthony Fasano Foundation, which aims to help military families and less fortunate children in his home state of New Jersey. Anthony, his wife Cary and two children currently reside in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Abe-Antine

ABE ANTINE, LCSW

CEO and Clinical Director

Abe holds a Masters of Social Work degree from Barry University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from John Carroll University. As is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Abe has been trained in Post Induction Therapy (PIT) which focuses on the origins of adult dysfunctional behaviors by exploring early childhood issues that have fueled various addictions, codependency, and relational problems. Abe has extensive training in chemical dependency, sex and love addiction, trauma and family of origin issues. Prior to Next Chapter, Abe had experience a therapist and clinical director for other treatment centers in Florida where he worked closely with individuals, families and groups. Drawing from his years of practice working in the field of addiction, Abe believes that in order to properly treat addiction it is essential to also engage an individual’s family in their own treatment and recovery process.

DR. ROBERT STEINGERG, MD

MEDICAL DIRECTOR

Dr. Steinberg earned his medical degree at Boston University School of Medicine after completing its Combined Six-Year Liberal Arts Medical Education Program. He completed his psychiatry training at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, where he served as Senior Chief Resident and earned a fellowship in psychopharmacology. After working and teaching at Cornell University – and later Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York – he relocated with his family to Florida. Dr. Steinberg has practiced in Boca Raton, and is on the staff of Boca Raton Regional Hospital. He is Board Certified in Psychiatry with Added Qualifications in Addiction and Geriatric Psychiatry.

Ryan-Soave

RYAN SOAVE, MA, CTT

PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Ryan holds a Master’s degree in Mental Health Counselling. He’s also a Certified Trauma Therapist, Yoga Teacher, meditation instructor, and an Advanced Student of Somatic Experiencing. He has extensive experience working with complex post-traumatic stress disorder and unresolved trauma, which is often at the root of most addiction and self-destructive behaviors. Ryan is an expert in the practices and teachings of mindfulness, and believes that every individual has an innate path to healing within themselves, needing to be revealed. To Ryan, the trauma treatment process is an uncovering, during which individuals are brought to a remembrance of his true self.

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No matter who you are, these kinds of challenges are nearly impossible to overcome on your own. Next Chapter can help you break free from the impact of mental health, trauma, and the cycle of addiction.