CFC Recovery

Our Humble Beginnings

In 2012, after many outpatient and inpatient treatment centers, and years of an uphill battle with addiction, the Regan Family discovered the gaps in the current system and realized a need for diverse programs of extended aftercare. When Daniel Regan left the safety of his final 30 day rehabilitation center, he returned to his Monmouth County home as a timid 21 year old man, unsure of how to piece back together his life. He developed a recovery system for himself with the help of his mother, Lynn Regan. After successfully practicing this recovery system, others became interested and asked to get involved, so they too could sustain long term recovery. The Regan’s quickly realized this system was working and that everyone deserves access to an aftercare program. In 2012, they created CFC Loud N Clear Foundation, a New Jersey 501c3.

Since conception, CFC has assisted over 12,500 families struggling with addiction and has received numerous accolades and rewards for the innovative, ground breaking approach to recovery.

Our Story


"Waking up for a few sober minutes, face wet, embedded on a dirt ridden floor, in this abandoned motel in the middle of palm springs…I was crying in my sleep.  I needed to run from myself, instead I reached for another needle….internal combustible self-hatred. If I remained sober for too many minutes I would have to realize where I was and what I had become."

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Executive Board Members  


Diane McCarthey, Chair

Sandra Craig

Susan Dominguez

James Maglies

Robert Morley

Billy Strahten


Ruth Caswell

Marianne Thouret

Carol Stillwell

Lynn Regan

Marybeth Walz Pritzlaff

Roman Petrocelli LPC, ACS.

Charitable Partners


Craig Family Charitable Trust

CJS Builders

Trinity Solar

Impact 100 Jersey Coast

Manasquan Bank

RBC Financial Group


Carol Stillwell & Stillwell-Hansen Inc.

DAL Electric


Red Bank Elk's Lodge

Howell Chamber of Commerce

Freehold Raceway Mall

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I found CFC Loud n Clear at a time when I was losing hope in trying to help my daughter with her addiction.  CFC provided me with resources to help her, but more importantly, CFC provided me with resources to help myself and teach me skills that I could use to help my daughter….

I have found a place where I never feel alone.  I have developed friendships, and found support, with other parents that can relate to what addiction has done to families.

Read Christine’s Story