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WhiteSands Alcohol & Drug Rehab Tampa

215 W Verne Street Suite B, Tampa, Florida, 33606
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About WhiteSands Alcohol & Drug Rehab Tampa

Sunspire Health Hyde Park is a private, residential treatment facility specifically designed to meet the needs of women with substance abuse, co-occurring mental health disorders, body image and food issues, and trauma. Our goal is to provide a homelike setting where women can overcome their addictions and gain a new sense of control over their lives. Our evidence-based medical and behavioral treatment programs teach women to free themselves from the thoughts, actions and self-sabotaging behaviors that bring them to Hyde Park. We teach critical self-care skills to encourage women's independence and continued success once they embark upon their new life in recovery. Hyde Park is focused on encouraging female empowerment and support to build lasting systems of support through the bonds that happen during treatment.

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Overall Ratings
  • 3.7
    Avg. score from 12 reviews
  • 3.4
    Accommodations & Amenities
  • 3.9
    Treatment Effectiveness
  • 3.7
    Meals & Nutrition
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Kierney
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I went to this facility for three months for my alcohol addiction. It wasn’t the worst but it definitely wasn’t the best. Overall, an experience I’ll never forget. The best part was when the techs finally let their guard down and became sympathetic and relatable throughout the process and made us (myself and the other addicts) feel like a family away from home and instead of incarcerated. Overall, I wish they had a different lead therapist. Racine had good intentions but is definitely in the wrong field of work. I distinctly remember us seeing her walking up to the building for work and having a “I hate my job” apathetic demeanor. It was so apparent that none of us felt comfortable enough to be 100% vulnerable and transparent. In my opinion, a therapist should have strong interpersonal intelligence. I think if we had more of an approachable, positive, affable individual, it would have been a much better experience. I gave the “treatment effectiveness” five stars because it was still an eye-opening experience and 100% worth it even though I did not fully recover. I can proudly say today I am one year, four months and twenty five days sober and going strong. At the end of the day, no rehab, no therapist, no magic pill will get you sober. YOU have to want it and make that change for yourself and no one else.
Kierney
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I went to this facility for three months for my alcohol addiction. It wasn’t the worst but it definitely wasn’t the best. Overall, an experience I’ll never forget. The best part was when the techs finally let their guard down and became sympathetic and relatable throughout the process and made us (myself and the other addicts) feel like a family away from home and instead of incarcerated criminals. Overall, I wish they had a different lead therapist. Racine had good intentions but is definitely in the wrong field of work. I distinctly remember us seeing her walking up to the building for work and having a “I hate my job” apathetic demeanor. It was so apparent that none of us felt comfortable enough to be 100% vulnerable and transparent. In my opinion, a therapist should have strong interpersonal intelligence. I think if we had more of an approachable, positive, affable individual, it would have been a much better experience. I gave the “treatment effectiveness” five stars because it was still an eye-opening experience and 100% worth it even though I did not fully recover. I can proudly say today I am one year, four months and twenty five days sober and going strong. At the end of the day, no rehab, no therapist, no magic pill will get you sober. YOU have to want it and make that change for yourself and no one else. We DO recover. God is good 🙏🏻
Dennis
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Beware of CHRISTINE DANIEL a nurse at this facility She steals your drug medication and sells it on the streets Check & Count the medication each time she gives it to you Make sure nothing is missing
MT
    I would not send my worst enemy to Hyde Park. The techs are great but paid minimum wage to single handily monitor the whole center. The apartments are disgustingly filthy, mice poop, dirty kitchens and bathrooms. Patients are given $7 per day for food and have to cook for themselves after a weekly trip to Aldi. Patients are checked on hourly with a flashlight put to their faces (this is torture at its finest) patients get the privilege of meeting with a therapist one on one for less than 1 hour per week. This facility is falsely claiming on the internet to be a woman’s only and very “warm and fuzzy,” they could care less, it’s all about the almighty dollar. If you have good insurance they imprision you, if not they kick you out! Stay far away from Tampa Hyde Park-it’s dirty, disgusting and the worst possible place you could go to heal and recover!
    SH
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    I Finally Get It! When I made the decision to seek help again. I honestly didn't believe there was any for me. In that moment of desperation, all I knew was I needed to get somewhere safe. My addiction had me believing I wanted to die. Any addict reading this will understand that feeling. I had pretty much given up trying to find an open bed in a detox center When I entered treatment at Sunspire Health Hyde Park on October, 2017 it was to save my life. However, being my third treatment center. I just expected more of the same. Do this, don't do that, chant the serenity prayer, do a 12 step program, and be on your way. What I got was more than this addict could have ever dreamt for; a new perspective on life. After a brief adjustment period of me wanting to control and run every aspect of Sunspire and my treatment program. Yes, me the addict who weeks before was on the edge of death knew what was best for me. Thank God for the amazing operational and clinical staff who maneuvered me through and convinced me to stay on the numerous occasions I wanted to leave because it was too much. I opened up and allowed myself to receive the treatment/services Sunspire offered. The individualized one on one therapy was eye opening and has honestly changed my life. After thirty years of using drugs to cope. I've finally come to realize that my issue isn't with drugs and alcohol; the issue is ME. My therapist individualized a treatment plan to my specific needs and with my input. This allowed me to dig deep into those things that plagued me from childhood into adulthood. The cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, psychodrama, relapse prevention, codependence, spirituality, relationships and family dynamics groups provided the knowledge, skills and tools I need to piece my life back together. Along with that they put great emphasis on NA/AA sponsorship and building a network of people outside of treatment. The outside meetings were a reintroduction to life and people clean. Reaching out and asking for help was something I just didn't do before Sunspire. I have a lot of work still to do. I am open and accepting to do that work. I have never felt so confident and as prepared to "live life on life's terms" as I do today after spending 90 days at Sunspire Health Hyde Park. For the first time in my life, I am looking forward to the future and a life in long term recovery. I finally got it and it's so simple, I never have to use again.