At a time when Florida’s substance use rates are higher than ever yet treatment providers in the state are unequipped to properly heal people from addiction, facilities like Sunspire Health Hyde Park are fighting back against the negative stereotypes with specialized, accredited care.
Palm Springs is a destination vacation hotspot, providing its visitors relaxation and ample sunshine. But it's not just popular for tourists--it's a great place to receive addiction treatment and build a supportive recovery community, too. Sunspire Health Desert Palms' Clinical Director, Dr. Rebecca Gaba, discusses how her facility develops a sense of community that its patients need to thrive.
The holidays can be a stressful time for anyone, and for someone dealing with an addiction, it can be especially difficult.
Many people wait until the new year begins to start making healthy changes. But if your loved one is struggling with a harmful addiction, it may be best to talk to your loved one sooner.
Each year, Recovery Road welcomes patient alumni and their families back to the facility for their Annual Alumni Celebration.
Lately, the news has been inundated with stories about the opioid crisis happening across America.
Danielle LaPointe and Zina Rodriguez, executive directors of Sunspire Health Hilton Head and Sunspire Health Recovery Road, share their experiences about patient evacuation during Hurricane Irma and how to maintain quality addiction treatment when natural disaster strikes.
Desert Palms' Primary Therapist Dawn "DJ" Griffith and Clinical Director Dr. Rebecca Gaba discuss eye movement desensitization reprocessing (EMDR) and emotional transformation therapy (ETT) and how they can change the field of addiction treatment for good.
A women’s-only facility in Tampa, Hyde Park offers evidence-based care for addiction treatment from professionals with extensive experience in the field.
When one person is suffering from addiction, the whole family suffers along with them. These families tend to have limited resources, leaving them unsure of where to turn or how to help their addicted loved one.