Sunspire Health Spring Hill

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250 Spring Hill Road
Ashby, MA 01431
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  • Insurance is Accepted
  • Financing is Available
  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted

Treatment Insights

Sunspire Health Spring Hill is a private, residential treatment facility for adult men and women struggling with substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders. Our treatment is abstinence, evidence and holistic-based with a clinical emphasis on individual, group and family therapy. We believe in providing individuals and families with the skills and tools to help sustain long-term recovery from addiction. We treat every patient with respect, meeting them where they are at and designing an individualized treatment plan based on their unique needs and lifestyles.

Sunspire Health Spring Hill 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

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S

I had no idea what to expect when going to rehab. I looked online and tried to find the nicest looking one. Well, this place was so much more than a beautiful setting. The staff and couselors were exc...

Mom

Great place, great people! Helped my son and my family. I would definitely recommend it.

KN

Filthy, run down facility

Melissa

Not a miracle worker.

Anonymous

Dedication by staff was a strength. Upper, upper management was a weakness.

Jacob

In the middle of nowhere but dont judge a book by its cover. Great place, caring people, and a awsome place to spend 30 days. This place has been great and helped me gain the tools i needed!

Eliot

Very good mix of group interaction and activity based treatment. Good accommodations and very good food. Recommended.

Janice

didnt want to come initially but glad I did......techs and clinitians were great...food fantastic..overall wonderful experience

Gary

Staff was great and overall a great experience.

M.M.

I loved the Program, and it was very effective I appreciate everything everyone who helped.

Mek

I have been to 4 different facilities. Spring Hill is by far the best in so many ways. Their programs are designed on an individual basis. they address all aspects of recovery, mind, body, emotional...

John

The Facilities and Staff at Spring Hill were fantastic -creating a healing environment for my recovery. I would strongly recommend Spring Hill to anyone suffering from addiction. JR

JC

Fantastic!!!! Best place to go in New England by far. Their caring and compassion saved my life!!!!

Anonymous

They have been in the business for quite some time and have had the time to perfect their work. I would not say there were any My friend that went is fully recovered and said that no matter how rough ...

Anonymous

Clean facility, great inpatient physicians and treatment. Very expensive. The staff were friendly. The treatments were tailored to each patient and well-rounded, focusing on the entire body and mind.

Anonymous

The individual treatment plan was good but the length of the treatment seemed short. This rehab helps to change peoples lives. I really recommend it

LC

Spring Hill is an icredible program that changes lives

Anonymous

one on one help was a strength of the facility. my brother has been clean 3 years.

SA

While my partner was in treatment, he was given a specific amount of time to set up after-care. The individual who was to set this up provided only one facility name for after-care. When that fell thr...

Anonymous

Strengths: flexibality within the program, guidance from staff, nice atsmophere. I would recommend them to anyone seeking treatment.


Areas of Focus
Dual Diagnosis/Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment

These two terms describe a person who is not only addicted to drugs or alcohol, but also has a mental or emotional illness, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc. Facilities that treat patients with dual-diagnosis or co-occurring disorders provide psychiatric treatment in addition to drug and alcohol rehabilitation services.

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Spring Hill is experienced in the use of MAT for patients struggling with opioid and alcohol addiction. Research shows that a combination of medication and therapy can successfully treat these disorders, and for some people struggling with addiction, MAT can help sustain recovery. The prescribed medication operates to normalize brain chemistry, block the euphoric effects of alcohol and opioids, relieve physiological cravings, and normalize body functions without the negative effects of the abused drug.

Ideal Setting for Recovery

Given the secluded, tranquil setting in the forest of Massachusetts, Sunspire Health Spring Hill is the ideal environment to reconnect with oneself and with nature while escaping the chaos that addiction can cause in life. The environment will offer patients the opportunity to clear their minds and begin again with a clean slate.

Equine Assisted Therapy

Twice a week patients will be able to participate in three hours of equine therapy, which involves interactions between patients and horses. Equine Therapy involves activities (such as grooming, feeding, haltering and leading a horse) that are supervised by a mental health professional, often with the support of a horse professional. The goal of equine therapy is to help the patient develop needed skills and attributes, such as accountability, responsibility, self-confidence, problem-solving skills, and self-control. Equine therapy also provides an innovative milieu in which the therapist and the patient can identify and address a range of emotional and behavioral challenges.

Alumni Testimonials
  • I came to Spring Hill in January 2014 with no hope or desire to live a sober life. My plan was to spend 30 days in treatment to get back in my family's good graces and evade legal consequences. The treatment team at Spring Hill surrounded me with compassion and love. They showed me that I was not only capable of living a better life but I deserved it. Spring Hill taught me the tools to cope with life in recovery and taught me about my disease of addiction. They facilitated my transition into aftercare which provided me the opportunity to utilize these tools in daily living. It has now been almost four years since Spring Hill drastically changed the course of my life. I continue to look back at my time there with gratitude for the compassion I was shown and the life I was given. Upon entering treatment I could only see that I was losing the one thing that ever truly made me feel okay, drugs. I had no idea that I would be gaining a happy family, a steady income and above all else, a peaceful, sound state of mind.
    Samantha C., Spring Hill Alumni 2014
  • I came to Spring Hill in July of 2013. I had been to too many treatment centers to count when I admitted here. My 22 years as a correctional officer contributed to my alcoholism and with the stress and my drinking, I had liver failure at the age of 40. I managed to stop drinking a number of times, but eventually would find myself drinking again unable to stay stopped. My experience at Spring Hill allowed me to finally get traction in recovery. I was close to home so that family could be involved and felt that all of my mind, body and spiritual needs were met. I continue to be involved in the Spring Hill alumni program and go to speak once a month to existing patients about my journey in recovery.
    David L., Spring Hill Alumni 2013
  • I have taken so much from Spring Hill. I have received such great advice. I have worked on every suggestion. I have exploded my person and built me back up with new traits. I can listen now. I can be humble now. I can judge my judgement and construct the right picture. I can learn from others. I practice patience. I write everything down so I remember and so I improve. I feel open and I feel exposed. This is good. Others can see my innards. I can see myself. The shields are down, the facades are gone. I know how to be me. I am grateful for others. I am grateful for all of this, for everything I am taking with me. I just plain old feel totally psyched for my continued recovery. I am so happy that Spring Hill has embraced my family and their aftercare. For the first time, I feel like my family is integrated in my recovery. There is a ton ahead to tackle, but I feel like I am above it, on top of it, and will positively manage it. I know how to reach out for help now. Things will move forward and I am so ready to walk the talk. My story will be so different the moment I leave here. I don’t want to leave, but I am ready to climb back into my life. My recovery story is powerful now. I have practiced new strategies. I have fine tuned behaviors. I want to tell everyone about how to use Spring Hill to gain a great advantage on my recovery. I want to talk about the new tools I have to combat my addictions, how to keep that boiling cauldron at bay, how to own with my faith my path to recovery. I know what I am going to do and I feel complete relief. I am my own best friend and cheerleader now, but I will also leave here knowing that every professional and every patient will have my back. Thank you so much for this experience.
    Harry, Spring Hill Alumni 2017
Key Staff Members
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    Eric Ekberg, MBA, CADC - Executive Director

    As Executive Director at Sunspire Health Spring Hill, Eric Ekberg has over 12 years of experience in the addiction treatment field. He most recently served as director for an outpatient treatment facility specializing in opioid dependence and has also worked as director for a long-term inpatient addiction treatment facility. Prior to his experience in addiction treatment, Eric spent over 16 years in the investment management business. As a certified and licensed substance abuse counselor, Eric is passionate about helping those affected by substance use disorders.

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    Ximena Sanchez-Samper, MD - Medical Director & Psychiatrist

    Dr. Ximena Sanchez-Samper is a Board Certified Addictions Psychiatrist who trained at the Mayo Clinic (Rochester, MN) and completed her Addictions Fellowship through Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in 2004. Dr. Sanchez-Samper is an advocate of incorporating Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) into the comprehensive care of patients struggling with Alcohol and Opioid Use Disorders. Dr Sanchez-Samper is an Instructor at Harvard Medical School and enjoys lecturing nationwide on Substance Use Disorders identification, diagnosis and treatment.

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    Cindy Kelly - Director of Admissions

    As the Director of Admissions, Cindy Kelly is the first to meet many of Spring Hill's patients and their family members. In this role, Cindy supports everyone who seeks treatment at Spring Hill. Prior to joining Spring Hill, Cindy was Director of Marketing and Admissions at Gould Farm, a residential therapeutic community for adults with mental illness.

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    Robin McRae - Director of Operations

    As Director of Operations for Sunspire Health Spring Hill, Robin McRae oversees day-to-day operations including housekeeping, maintenance, transportation and nutritional services. After graduating from the Massachusetts Municipal Police Academy in 1995, she spent several years working as a police officer for the local municipalities. Following her service on the police force, Robin worked several years in a hospital setting on the transitional care unit, managing patient admissions and discharges. She also spent more than 15 years in the ambulatory primary care setting for non-profit community health centers, serving as the applications and data manager.