Thank you for turning to Starlite Recovery Center. This is the first step on your road to recovery. We understand that addiction to alcohol and other drugs affects the entire person – body, mind, and spirit. In order to successfully recover from the disease of addiction, your personalized treatment program must address all of these areas.For over 60 years, Starlite Recovery Center has provided life-changing treatment for substance use disorders. We provide you with a comprehensive range of services that gives you the necessary skills and strategies to achieve long-term sobriety.Whether you or a loved one is struggling with an addiction to alcohol, cocaine, prescription medications, or other substances, or is suffering from a mental health disorder like depression or anxiety, our exceptional staff is dedicated to helping you live your best life possible. To begin your recovery journey, contact Starlite today.
The BasicsSunspire Health Recovery Road is a licensed residential treatment facility that provides a personal approach to care for men suffering from substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders. Our highly trained team of physicians, nurses, therapists and residential staff are addiction specialists who will get to know each patient in order to develop an individualized recovery plan. All treatment plans follow an evidence-based, comprehensive model of treatment that heals whole patients as well as their family systems to set men up for a successful life in recovery.Accommodations and FoodSunspire Health’s Recovery Road facility is an intimate, home-like place for treatment near the Florida coast in Palm Beach Gardens. The privacy of this facility is perfect for healing body, mind, and spirit, providing an ideal environment for healing and escaping the chaos of addiction. With 30 beds available and nursing staff on-site 24 hours a day, our facility offers accommodations that give peace of mind to men seeking a life of sobriety. Patients retain a sense of independence in Recovery Road’s apartment-style housing, complete with full kitchens, televisions, and reading materials.Treatment and StaffIn addition to its residential/inpatient program, Recovery Road offers a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) in a separate building. Each patient receives individualized treatment based on his specific needs for recovery. Patients have many different varieties of therapy available during treatment, including individual therapy, family therapy, CBT, gender-specific group work, psycho-education, motivational interviewing, relapse prevention, and anger management. Alternative therapies such as yoga, meditation, and massage are also offered. The facility has a high staff-to-patient ratio, ensuring that each patient receives the personalized care he deserves.
The Rose is a special place of hope and healing for adult women whose lives have been impacted by addiction, co-occurring disorders, and related challenges. Our primary goal is to help women achieve their first 30 to 90 days of sobriety, to establish a strong foundation for lifelong recovery from substances such as alcohol, cocaine, heroin, and prescription drugs.When you enter treatment at The Rose, you join a warm and nurturing community that will provide you with the guidance and support that you need to heal emotionally, physically, and spiritually. Our program places a premium on personalized care, with no more than six women in each phase of treatment at any one time. At The Rose, we understand the unique ways that chemical dependency affects women, and we are especially sensitive to the effect that trauma has had on many women who have come to us for treatment. As a result, we are dedicated to providing individualized care that respects the voice, experience, and strength of each woman who entrusts herself into our care and that addresses the unique challenges that all women face in early recovery.The moment you arrive at The Rose, you will be in a safe place where your needs can be met in an atmosphere of dignity and respect and where the pain of chemical dependency can begin to be transformed into the hope and promise of a drug-free tomorrow.