Dan Forman

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Dan Forman (born Daniel Nathan Forman, c. 1976) is an American entrepreneur and businessman best known as co-founder of NOLA-Detox, an addiction treatment program in New Orleans. Forman has mainly focused on creating Rehabilitation Centers for the New Orleans area.

Born and raised in New Orleans, Dan Forman is the son of Ron Forman. Forman is married to Catina Forman, he is the father of Jack, Benjamin, and Charlie Forman.


Forman is the founder of New Orleans Addiction Hospital, a care addiction treatment program located in New Orleans East Hospital. It was later renamed Townsend Recovery Center and acquired as part of a blockbuster deal by American Addiction Centers, worth a reported $21 million in 2016.[1]

Medication Assisted Recovery Centers, a network of outpatient medical clinics focusing on the treatment of opioid use disorder, which Forman co-created, was acquired by Baymark Health in 2020.

An investor, Forman regularly invested in real estate, with holdings primarily focused in Orleans Parish, Louisiana.

Forman was the campaign manager for the John Georges for Louisiana Governor campaign in 2007. Georges finished third in the balloting, having received 186,000 votes and procuring a plurality in Orleans Parish.

Forman is the former president of the Young Leadership Council, a member driven non-profit organization in New Orleans. He has also served on the board of directors of Bridge House & Grace House, Jewish Community Center of New Orleans.

In 2022, Forman was named a Health Care Hero by New Orleans City Business.[2]

Forman graduated from Boston University with a bachelor's degree in 1999.


  1. "La.-based Townsend sells for $21M". 2015.
  2. "Announcing the 2022 Health Care Heroes". 2022.

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