- Insurance is Accepted
- Financing is Available
- Medicare is not Accepted
- Medicaid is not Accepted
Sunspire Health Hyde Park
- Overall: 3.8
- Accommodations: 3.7
- Meals: 4
- Effectiveness: 3.6
$ Paying for Treatment
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.
Sunspire Health Hyde Park Reviews and Ratings Details
The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.
Reviews at a Glance
- Body Image and Disordered Eating
The vast majority of women who come to Hyde Park are dealing with body image issues and a good portion are also struggling with disordered eating in addition to substance use. Using evidence-based therapies and focusing on nutritional guidance and self-esteem, the clinical team at Hyde Park will address these underlying issues that may contribute to the patient's substance use disorder.
- Focus on Healing the Family
Sunspire Health Hyde Park has a well-established family program that includes ongoing family therapy sessions with an assigned Family Therapist for each patient, as well as an intensive family weekend that works to heal the family. Patients and families who go through the family weekend at Hyde Park have greatly benefited from the communication and breakthroughs that happen during the four days, allowing them to form lifelong bonds and repair shattered relationships.
- Women Empowering Women
Working on the unique problems that women face in addiction and recovery, Hyde Park is about women empowering women, and this extends beyond treatment and into community activities like participating in the annual Breast Cancer Walk. They are women working together to find that spark that wakes women up and makes them who they are, using this to motivate them to heal.
- Trauma Focus
Around 80% of patients at Hyde Park have a history of trauma due to sexual, physical, and domestic abuse. The clinical staff at Hyde Park focus on trauma therapy and the role of trauma in substance use in order to help patients overcome past traumas and move on with healthier coping mechanisms. Patients participate in weekly psychodrama sessions that focus on healing this trauma through guided role playing.
Reid Jayme, CAP, CET - Executive Director
As the Executive Director at Sunspire Health Hyde Park, Reid oversees the growth and management of the facility's staff, programming, quality of care, and business development. All of this is done in accordance with Sunspire Health's mission and core beliefs in order to offer patients at Hyde Park the greatest care possible from well-trained clinical staff and a facility that is running efficiently. With a Master of Science in Professional Leadership from Carlow University and a Bachelor of Arts from Wittenberg University, Reid has extensive experience in leadership roles at behavioral rehabilitation programs and facilities that help special populations throughout the United States. Additionally, Reid is actively involved in the recovery community for women in Tampa, partnering with organizations and participating in events that support women as they heal from addiction.
Alina Klein, MBA - Director of Clinical Outreach
Alina Klein is the Director of Clinical Outreach at Sunspire Health Hyde Park after serving as Director of Admissions for over two years at the facility. Alina has many years of administrative and managerial experience, having worked as program manager for the Education Foundation of Sarasota and as intake coordinator for the Coastal Behavioral Healthcare Juvenile Assessment Center. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Miami, and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of South Florida and is working toward a Master of Science at Saint Leo University.
Racine Alequin, MS, RMHCI - Primary Therapist
Racine Alequin is a Primary Therapist at Sunspire Health Hyde Park. Racine meets patients where they are at and develops a collaborative therapeutic relationship with each individual in her care. Before coming to Sunspire Health, Racine has spent time as a therapist in both inpatient and outpatient settings and has experience working with people with substance use disorders, mental health disorders, trauma victims, the LGBTQ community, and those dealing with legal cases. Racine has a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from St. John's University and is a registered mental health counselor intern. Racine has a certificate of higher education in forensic criminology and is currently earning her forensic certification while also training to become a Certified Addition Professional.
Marceine "Marcy" Long, LMHC, NCC, CAP - Therapist
Marcy brings 15 years of experience in the treatment of substance abuse to her role as Therapist at Sunspire Health Hyde Park. Previously, Marcy worked at HealthCare Connections of Tampa as the Assistant Clinical Director overseeing the men's program, and she also worked in the development and management of substance abuse programs as the Clinical Supervisor and Substance Abuse Programs Manager with Goodwill Community Corrections. She holds a Master of Arts degree in Mental Health Counseling from Argosy University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Work from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. She is a Licensed Mental Health Clinician and a Certified Addictions Professional in Florida. She is certified as a local trainer and administrator of the Global Assessment of Individual Needs (GAIN). In addition, from 2009 to 2012 Marcy also served as a board member on the Hillsborough County, FL Anti-Drug Alliance and was part of the Prescription Drug Abuse Task Force and the National Association of Drug Court Professionals.