Brandon Novak: I was Deemed Unfixable- Banyan Boca

Brandon Novak: I was Deemed “Unfixable”


Years of being a professional skateboarder turned prankster lead to a destructive path down the road of addiction. Brandon Novak is leading an extremely interesting life to say the least. He sat down at Banyan Treatment Center and told us about his youth, his path to destruction, his battle with addiction, how he got sober, the rewards of recovery, and his introduction to Banyan.

The main message Novak wants to convey to his audience is that he knows the struggles of living a life in active addiction. He's now teamed up with The Banyan Treatment Center Family to help those suffering from the disease of addiction.


Brandon Novak’s direct message is if you know someone struggling, or if you yourself needs help, the time is now. He is personally here for anyone who has a drug or alcohol problem, you can reach out to Brandon directly at: (610) 624-6270.

1 Comment

  1. Avatar Mike Gaudino says:

    Brandon has a very powerful message that Ive had the privilege of hearing personal at a local Barns & Noble book signing he did recently in Langhorn, PA for his book “Dreamseller”. I was very fortune to be selected to go to this book signing as I myself was still at treatment at Pyramid Landhorn previously known as Today Inc, the last and final in patient treatment center Brandon was in before having his long term sobriety. I was able to sit in the front row of of when Brandon told his hour and half long powerful story. He puts everything in perspective, and whether you in recovery yourself, hearing Brandon message is an absolute a MUST. With today’s drug problem its almost a fact the you know someone that has experienced their troubles with Drug and Alcohol. Brandon Story absolutely effected my life in a positive way, that very next morning after the book signing I went into my counselor office and requested to do long term treatment, and to tell her that Im whiling to do whatever she tells me i need to do to say clean and sober for the long haul like Brandon. Because also like Brandon relapse is a big part of my story. So if you ever read this Brandon, I want to personally thank you for telling your story that day, as it left a large impact on me and a positive direction on my recovery..