Nationwide Network of Treatment Facilities
Sunspire Health is a nationwide network of addiction treatment facilities that offer personalized treatment plans for people of all walks of life, meeting them where they are at and guiding them through recovery.
Our facilities offer an array of addiction recovery services across the United States and are able to provide the full spectrum of care including detox, residential and outpatient treatment programs in settings that are designed to promote healing.
Sunspire began as a single treatment facility in Florida in 2011 and has expanded to become a comprehensive network of eight addiction treatment facilities located in Massachusetts, South Carolina, Florida, Texas, Illinois, Oregon and California. Our facilities are small in size with a maximum of 40 beds and a high staff-to-patient ratio, meaning that each person receives personalized, quality care no matter which Sunspire center they go to for treatment.
Leaders in the Field of Addiction Treatment
What distinguishes Sunspire Health facilities is that each one provides quality care for substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders from experts and specialists in the field of addiction medicine and mental health counseling. Our treatment teams utilize the latest advances in addiction medicine and draw on therapeutic modalities that are evidence-based, meaning that extensive studies and research prove that these methods are effective at treating addiction.
Every patient receiving care at a Sunspire Health facility will have a dedicated treatment team responsible for designing a personalized treatment and aftercare plan and tracking their progress in order to adapt that plan throughout the recovery process.
Meet the Leadership Teams at our facilities:
- Leadership at Spring Hill
- Leadership at Hilton Head
- Leadership at Recovery Road
- Leadership at Hyde Park
- Leadership at Texas
- Leadership at Heartland
- Leadership at Desert Palms
- Leadership at Astoria Pointe
Sunspire Health Leadership
Below are some of the Sunspire Health leadership team who have dedicated their careers to behavioral health and ensuring that Sunspire is able to implement its vision of changing the course of addiction in America.
Chief Executive Officer - Chris Diamond
Chris Diamond serves as Chief Executive Officer, bringing to the role more than 25 years of distinguished experience in the behavioral health industry.
As the leader of Sunspire Health and its network of 8 facilities, Chris focuses on providing the direction and platform on which high quality, evidence-based clinical care and a client-first standard is met at each location. His vision for offering comprehensive, substantive treatment for Sunspire Health's clients is only matched by his commitment to creating a corporate culture that is equally impressive.
He joins Sunspire Health from Remuda Ranch, a Meadows Behavioral Healthcare program, where he served as CEO. Chris began as Executive Director at Remuda Ranch in 2013 until his promotion to CEO in 2015. Prior to Remuda Ranch at The Meadows, he served as CEO for Sonora Behavioral Health Hospital, a comprehensive behavioral health facility located in Tucson serving adolescents and adults and CEO of Heritage Oaks Hospital, the largest behavioral health provider in the greater Sacramento region. Previously, he served as CEO and COO since 2007 for four treatment programs located in Arizona, California, Texas and Kentucky. From 1991 through 2006, he held numerous clinical service and leadership positions.
Regional Vice President of Operations (East) - Michelle Maloney, MS, LPC, CAADC, CAP
Michelle L. Maloney brings clinical expertise, innovation, passion and leadership to her role as Regional Vice President of Operations. In her role, she is responsible for administrative oversight of Sunspire Health's East Coast facilities, including operations, process improvement and strategic planning for each facility. Prior to joining Sunspire Health, Michelle was the executive director for Wellness Resource Center, Hanley Center, Caron Treatment Centers and Vice President of Addiction Services for the Rushford Center. Over the past 22 years, Michelle has created numerous clinical programs, including specialized programming for young adults and children for non-profit agencies and has also specialized in women's services, body image issues and adolescent treatment.
Outside of work, Michelle volunteers her time coaching and mentoring clinicians in the principles of servant leadership and has also served as a board of member for several non-profit agencies. In addition, Michelle served in the United States Army. Michelle earned her undergraduate degree from Kutztown University and her masters degree in counseling psychology from Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia, PA. She is currently writing her dissertation in fulfillment of her doctoral degree in corporate leadership from Alvernia University.
Regional Vice President of Operations (West) - Edeli Kinsala, MBA, BSN, RN
Edeli Kinsala brings over 30 years of diversified health care experience to her role as Regional Vice President of Operations at Sunspire Health, overseeing operations, improving procedures and leading the strategic development of programs at all facilities in the western United States. Edeli joined Sunspire Health in 2016 as the Vice President of Compliance and Quality Improvement, ensuring that all facilities are complying with regulatory and state licensing regulations and HIPAA laws and are providing quality clinical care across the board.
Before joining Sunspire, Edeli served as the CEO of Sonora Behavioral Health Hospital in Tucson, AZ. She has held multiple key leadership roles throughout her career including Director of Performance Improvement & Risk Management and Director of Nursing/Chief Nursing Officer in a variety of healthcare settings, including behavioral health. Edeli earned a bachelor's degree in nursing and a MBA from the University of Nevada, Reno.
Medical Advisor - Michael Frost, MD, FACP, FASAM
Dr. Michael Frost joins Sunspire Health as the Medical Advisor, responsible for overseeing clinical and medical programming at the facilities. Dr. Frost is a nationally recognized specialist in treatment of addictive diseases. Board Certified in both addiction medicine and internal medicine, he is a fellow of The American Society of Addiction Medicine, is a fellow of The American College of Physicians and a member of The Canadian Society of Addiction Medicine. He was previously the Medical Director of Eagleville Hospital, a 306-bed inpatient substance abuse treatment facility in Norristown, Pennsylvania. He is also President and Medical Director of The Frost Medical Group, LLC, a Pennsylvania Department of Health-accredited outpatient addiction treatment clinic. In addition to his work with patients, Dr. Frost is also heavily involved in conducting clinical research trials and consults with numerous companies regarding clinical development and health care policy. He frequently lectures across the United States and internationally and has made numerous media appearances.