Michael A Flood
Glenn Wojtusiak is Beachcomber’s weekend and evening Client Coordinator, ensuring that clients receive a warm welcome and smooth transition into Beachcomber’s Residential Program. When not assisting clients directly, Glenn assists both the clinical and medical teams, to ensure that client’s records are stored and maintained accurately. Other duties include handling client discharges, observing medication dispention, and acting as a liason between clients and their therapists. Originally from Long Island, NY, Glenn has been a Palm Beach County resident for over 30 years. After a successful career in the retail industry, Glenn is excited to be working at The Beachcomber, watching clients grow and steer themselves along the path of recovery.
She came down to South Florida over 9 years ago and is extremely passionate about her sobriety and sharing her own struggles with substance abuse with others.
Her experience in office work is extensive, she worked at the Health Department for over 10 years while she was living up north in Rhode Island. She attended community college after high school and took basic business courses. She was her church secretary, then helped out in her late husbands’ business. She enjoys office work but more importantly she enjoys working with the clients here at Beachcomber.
Chef de Cuisine
Andres Cobas was born in Medford, Oregon, but resided in South Florida for most of his youth. He joins The Beachcomber with nearly twenty years of culinary experience. Accomplished in food preparation across a wide range of ethnic and regional cooking, Andy established his reputation with “home-style” meals. Since our Beachcomber menus are best described in exactly such terms, he has quickly found popularity with residents, visitors, and employees. His willingness to accommodate patients with special dietary requirements and his broad knowledge of appealing dishes has further advanced this important aspect of residential treatment. Appealing menus at The Beachcomber are legendary and often a key to long-term health in recovery, according to former residents.