Spring Hill, Florida is an attractive suburban-turning-rural area in Hernando County. It sits right at the north end of a metropolitan area with St. Petersburg to the southwest and Tampa to the southeast. While Spring Hill itself only has a population of about 70,000, it is influenced by the drug trafficking, abuse and addiction problems of its larger neighbors.
Spring Hill is very lucky to have an effective, drugless drug rehab right in its midst. The Suncoast Rehabilitation Center in Spring Hill is one of the more than 100 locations around the world that offer the Narconon drug rehab or prevention technology. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, the Suncoast Rehabilitation Center is the only drug rehab in Spring Hill.
The Narconon drug rehab protocol begins with a withdrawal process that does not require the administration of medications. Some recovery programs give medications to make withdrawal tolerable, but at a Narconon center, the use of generous nutritional support and one-on-one work with the staff helps calm both body and mind, relieving much of the discomfort and pain. This creates a positive start to one's sobriety.
Soon after withdrawal, each recovering addict goes through the Narconon New Life Detoxification Program, a sauna-based program in which a person exercises moderately and takes generous doses of nutritional supplements. This combination flushes toxins out of the body that remain long after drug abuse stops. Drug residues tend to remain lodged in fatty tissues of the body and can be involved in the triggering of cravings, even years later. When the residues are gone, most of those completing talk about a great reduction in cravings and how much clearer their thinking is.
What must occur next is that each person must repair the damage done by addiction and its lifestyle. Treatment is not complete until a person knows how to weather the challenges of life without deciding to use drugs or alcohol again. This is approached in many ways, one of which is to help each person recover their own personal integrity again. In the life skills component of the Narconon program, each person is guided through a process of learning how integrity is lost and how it can be restored. At the end of this step, it is very common for those in recovery to state that they feel a great relief. This is a big step toward living an honest, productive life again.
For several years, the illicit sales and abuse of prescription drugs has been big news in Florida. But in the last two years, the problems have stepped up a few notches. While legislators have passed laws to help control Florida's "pill mills," the situation is far from handled. The current trend is for groups of people to traverse the state, making the rounds of specific pain clinics and taking their large stashes of pills back home to be trafficked to susceptible neighbors.
In March 2011, an investigation into pill mills resulted in the arrest of 76 people who thought they could break the law and profit from it. As of 2009, deaths across Central Florida related to prescription drug abuse were more than five times the number of deaths related to heroin and cocaine combined.
At the same time, supplies of cocaine and methamphetamine are abundant. Murders in Hernando County related to drug use, thefts and sales have increased considerably in the last two years. Indoor marijuana grow operations across several counties have increased, with growers snapping up homes that were foreclosed on to house their crops.
Spring Hill definitely needs a way to help those who get trapped in addiction to these drugs. When seeking the Florida drug rehab in Spring Hill, make sure you find out about the unique, holistic program offered right in your town. For details, contact Narconon today.