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Vince Carter Sanctuary opens detox unit

February 16, 2011
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The Vince Carter Sanctuary, offering drug rehab, detox, and alcohol treatment, has announced a new medically supervised detox unit in its current location near Daytona Beach. The new, 10-bed, private detox center and 24-hour nursing staff, offers clients detox, as well as treatment at the state-of-the art facility.

“The new detox unit allows us to treat up to 10 patients," states Dr. Jeremy Mirabile, Director of the Vince Carter Sanctuary and Deputy Director of Addiction Services for Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Health Care. “We can greater ensure patient satisfaction and reduce fear or stress associated with the detoxification process.”

The Sanctuary offers this new detoxification program for those experiencing withdrawal symptoms or other difficulty when battling the physical dependency associated with drugs and alcohol. The detox program is specifically designed around the client’s individual needs, ensuring the best possible start to recovery.

This new component is complemented by an outstanding residential treatment program at the same location. The highly competent health care professionals working at the Florida drug rehab center offer one of the most comprehensive drug and alcohol rehab treatment programs in the country.

A division of Stewart-Marchman-Act (SMA) Behavioral Healthcare, the Vince Carter Sanctuary offers patients safe detoxification for overcoming physical, emotional and psychological challenges in early recovery.

For more information about the Vince Carter Sanctuary visit