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TRIAD Addiction Recovery Services was founded in 1976 as Trinity Alcohol and Drug Program by the then-rector of Wilmington’s Trinity Episcopal Church and a recovering alcoholic parishioner. It was created as a ministry of the church as a center where those struggling with addiction could come for help at a time when few other resources were available in the community.
In 2013 TRIAD filed for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status and became an independent nonprofit organization. It recruited a volunteer Board of Directors which developed a strategic plan to guide the future of the organization. This included growing the counseling program, developing a network of referral partners in the recovery community, creating a program of educational seminars, and developing a plan for funding the organization.
Over the years TRIAD has provided free counseling for substance abuse and mental health disorders to thousands of addicts and their families, served as a drop-in center for people who just wanted someone to talk to, managed a 24-hour emergency hotline, assisted families in conducting interventions, and hosted thousands of 12-step meetings in the on-site Community Room.
If you need help, know someone who does, or would like to get involved please contact us for information or to set up an appointment.
Chloe Baird, Program Coordinator
Chloe started working for TRIAD in January 2018 as an intern, and has now joined the counseling team as a part-time Program Coordinator. She conducts client intake assessments and assists the counselors with scheduling and insurance billing. Prior to joining TRIAD Chloe worked with CHILD, Inc. which serves neglected and abused children and their families. Chloe earned her Associate’s degree in Drug and Alcohol Counseling and Human Services from Delaware Technical Community College and is working towards her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Trauma Science at the Wilmington University.
Siena Blanco, LPCMH, Clinical Supervisor
Siena has more than 10 years of experience in the field of substance abuse and mental health counseling. She specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Gestalt therapy for the treatment of trauma, substance abuse, anxiety and depression. She utilizes compassion, humor and psychoeducation to assist her client’s in coping and moving the obstacles that have impacted their lives. Siena has earned a Master’s degree from Fort Hays State University and Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Kansas State University.
Mallory Giles, LCSW, Clinical Counselor
Mallory H. Giles is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the state of Delaware and in the state of Alabama. Mallory primarily utilizes cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT) and specializes in the treatment of chemical addictions, co-occurring and dual diagnoses, developmental trauma, and mood disorders. She treats addiction as a disease and works with clients to develop a personalized recovery and relapse prevention plan. Mallory earned a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Southern Mississippi and a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from the University of South Alabama and has obtained her CAADC (Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor).
Kyara Beck, LPCMH, NCC, I-CAADC, CCFC
Kyara is a Licensed Professional Counselor of Mental Health (LPCMH) within the State of Delaware, Nationally Certified Counselor, Internationally Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor, and Certified Clinical Forensic Counselor. She joined the Limen House team after years in the correctional substance use treatment field wherein she worked with clients living with Co-occurring Disorders as they reenter society. As a clinician, she brings creative and responsive ways to understand addiction and the mind, body, and spirit of recovery for various populations, as well as practical methods to live one day at a time. Kyara utilizes personalized therapy modalities in combination with Emotional Intelligence-focused psychoeducation to reduce self-defeating thoughts and behaviors and sustain commitment to the client’s comeback story. She is an undying optimist and grateful member of the recovery community living the slogan of “You alone can do it, but you can’t do it alone!”
I was nervous in my first year of recovery. My counselor taught me that I am stronger than I thought I was. When I had difficulty trusting other people my counselor was the first person I turned to.
Somebody from TRIAD has always been there for me.
I was out of options. I couldn’t live the way I was any longer and didn’t know what to do. My counselor helped me put down my walls, sift through years of wreckage, and begin a healthy new life free from alcohol.