Brandon novak

Brandon Novak is a multifaceted personality, known for his early fame as a professional skateboarder and his involvement in the "CKY Crew" alongside Bam Margera and Ryan Dunn. Novak's turbulent life, characterized by extreme drug addiction and appearances on MTV's "Jackass," took him to the brink of self-destruction. However, his path to recovery and sobriety has transformed him into an advocate for addiction treatment and a source of inspiration for those grappling with similar challenges. Through his tumultuous history and eventual redemption, Novak's life serves as a compelling testament to human resilience and the capacity for transformation.

Brandon founded both the Redemption Addiction Center in Delaware and Novak's House, a recovery residence center, where individuals could find support, guidance, and a second chance at life. Both of these institutions have become a beacon of hope for many, offering a safe and nurturing environment for healing and transformation.

Brandon shares his story with millions of individuals nationwide, representing the staggering statistic of one in four people directly impacted by addiction within their families. As one of the most sought-after addiction keynote speakers, he crisscrosses the country, raising awareness and delivering vital education to high school students throughout the nation. Brandon is a living testament to the power of personal transformation, having influenced hundreds of thousands of lives with his compelling journey toward sobriety. 

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"If I can get sober, so can you."

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Redemption Addiction Treatment

At Redemption Addiction Treatment, we understand how difficult it can be to reach out and ask for help. Our staff is here to meet you where you stand today and guide you to where you want to be tomorrow.  Although the road to redemption may have taken us in different directions, our destination remains the same. 


We are committed to helping those who suffer from the disease of addiction find and build a solid foundation in recovery. Our structured housing provides a guided transition from an inpatient treatment setting back into society.