Jeremy Broderick

Jeremy Broderick
Founder & Chief Executive Officer

For over a decade, Jeremy has been a steadfast presence in the local recovery field.  Following his own struggle with addiction, Jeremy re-located to Orange County and discovered a recovery community that he believes is second-to-none.  He immersed himself in that community, where he found quality recovery to which he attributes years of success.  He has since focused all his efforts on sharing with others the same quality recovery that transformed his life.  He has worked in every area of the field from intervention to aftercare and has been an integral part of countless success stories.

Jeremy began his work as an intervention coordinator alongside Ken Seeley of A&E’s Intervention.  He later came on board with one of the area’s largest treatment centers, where he held a variety of positions including House Manager and Court Liason, and eventually spent seven years as Director of Operations for the 70-bed facility.  His experience at the in-patient level inspired Jeremy to extend his efforts beyond the treatment setting.  In 2008, he founded Windward Way, a 50-bed sober living home for men.  His four years working closely with the men at Windward Way allowed him to become involved in the long-term sobriety of his clients, an experience that proved to be his most rewarding to date.  The success of the men at Windward Way was so profound that Jeremy was soon compelled to offer the same opportunity to women.  Joining forces with long-time colleague Melissa Holmes, Jeremy embarked on his latest endeavor at Casa Capri to provide women a safe place to re-build their lives and make the successful transition into lasting sobriety.

As co-founder of Casa Capri, Jeremy believes in remaining available and accountable to his residents.  He works personally with their families and visits the facility on a daily basis to check in with the women and address any issues or concerns.  He sets a positive example for the women at Casa Capri by remaining active in his own recovery and remaining patient and optimistic.  Jeremy personally understands the difficulty that can accompany new sobriety and he feels that his most important role is to be a living example of the endless possibilities for a happy and meaningful life in recovery.