Sunspire Health is a nationwide network of addiction therapy facilities that provide personalized treatment plans for people of all walks of life, meeting them where they are at and supervising them through recovery. Their facilities offer an array of addiction rehabilitation services across the United States and are able to provide the full spectrum of care including detox, residential and outpatient treatment programs in environments that are designed to promote healing.
They began as a single treatment facility in Florida in 2011 and has expanded to become a complete network of eight addiction treatment facilities located in Massachusetts, South Carolina, Florida, Texas, Illinois, Oregon, and California. Their facilities are small in size with a maximum of 40 beds and a high staff-to-patient ratio, meaning that each person gets personalized, quality care no matter which Sunspire center they go to for treatment.
- 40 beds
- High staff-to-patient ratio
- Quality care
- meals provided.
My experience here was very good to get rid of alcoholism and addiction. My best decision, ever.
This place has a various program. It is smaller and more intimate and the building is very nice. I feel its a good hospitalization.
I would like to thank everyone who did service. I feel that everyone I spoke to were very caring but he went above and beyond. I will be forever grateful
The first step of treatment is often detoxifying the body of alcohol or drugs. At a detox clinic, medical professionals will ease patients off of these addictive substances while monitoring vital signs and managing withdrawal symptoms with medications as needed. Depending on the substances and the severity of the addiction, a detox could last anywhere from three to seven days. Not all people will require detox before entering a residential or outpatient treatment program.
An addiction treatment program should address the underlying causes and triggers of substance use, teach healthier coping skills and provide the tools and support necessary for long-term recovery.