Posts by Sunrise Detox Ft Lauderdale

Downtown Countdown - Ft Lauderdale

Family Fun followed by Adult Fun in downtown Ft. Lauderdale, to celebrate the New Year.
Ft. Lauderdale's Annual New Year's Eve event begins at 4:30 and runs into 2016, with a special "Kid's Countdown" planned for 7pm.  

Holiday Recipes for Success in Recovery : Family Gatherings

For many in early recovery or post-relapse recovery, the Holiday family gathering can be a trial. Here's one "Holiday Recipe" for success worth considering.
The holidays are a time of reunion, and family gatherings can pose a challenge for those returning home in recovery. In this series of posts, we highlight some "Recipes for Success" submitted by individuals experienced with addiction, recovery, and the often complex and sometimes comical family dynamics encountered during the holidays.

Sunrise Detox Job Fair Orlando: Nov. 30th - Dec. 3rd

Hiring into over 30 jobs in the new Orlando, FL substance abuse treatment center (detox center).
Hiring agencies and managers will be on hand, along with representatives for Sunrise Detox and the new state-of-the-art substance abuse treatment facility opening this coming spring at 2431 West Sand Lake Road, in Orlando, Florida.

Reel Recovery Film Festival 2015 - Ft. Lauderdale

The Reel Recovery Film Festival is coming to Ft. Lauderdale in early November.

Writers In Treatment is once again proudly presenting The REEL Recovery Film Festival, and this year one of the seven venues is Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Time to save the date so you don't miss ...

Drug Take Back Day 2015

Last year's Drug Take Back Day removed over 16,000 lbs of unwanted drugs from Florida medicine cabinets. If you don't know how many Manatees worth of weight that is, you must see our clever graphic "Florida Drug Take Back Totals 2014"
The 10th National Prescription Drug Take-Back is September 26, 2015. This is the day you sift through your medicine cabinets, and get rid of potentially dangerous drugs you don't need, before they find their way to the streets or cause accidental poisonings.