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A Family Disease

Addiction is a family disease. Many family members of alcoholics and addicts feel fear, stress, anxiety, resentment, anger and stress-related health issues. The disease affects family members individually and as a whole. Often, family members feel personally responsible for keeping everything together, fearing for the family’s survival. Healing takes…

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Call today for help! Recovery is possible.855.265.4FRC(4372) Want to learn more about our programs? Email us now using our conventient online form. We can send you information via mail or email. If this is an emergency, please dial 911. To speak with an intake counselor at Shands Vista…

For Family

  Addiction is far-reaching. Addiction does not affect the addict alone. The friends, family and loved ones who surround the addict are also afflicted with the effects of addiction. At the Florida Recovery Center, we understand the need to help and support the the people who love the person who…

Contact

UF Health Florida Recovery CenterToll free day or night: 855.265.4FRC(4372)4001 S.W. 13th StreetGainesville, Florida 32608 UF Health Florida Recovery Center is located in southwest Gainesville off of State Road 441 in Florida. The 10-acre campus is nestled in…

About Gainesville

Gainesville, Florida.  Perhaps best known as home to the University of Florida Gators, is also a quaint city where people at UF Health Florida Recovery Center find peace and refuge in a private environment conducive to healing. Gainesville is about one hour…

Gary Reisfield, M.D. Featured in Neurology Now Publication

In a recent Neurology Now article entitled “Buzz Kill” by Amy Paturel, M.S., M.P.H., University of Florida addiction medicine physician Gary Reisfield, M.D. was quoted in relation to alcohol use and its affects on the adolescent brain. Unlike adult drinkers, who might start slurring their words, losing their balance,…

Adolescent Psychiatry & Addiction

Your child doesn’t have to suffer any longer. Recently, accidents, suicide and other problems related to drug use and abuse have become one of the nation’s highest unmet health problems. The University of Florida physicians and medical staff at Shands Vista and the Florida Recovery Center can offer a…

What to Bring – Inpatient

When preparing for your stay at UF Health Psychiatric Hospital, consider bringing the following: Five changes of clothes and underwear (Detergent and a washer and dryer to use at no charge.) A sweater or wrap (Some of the meeting rooms are cool.) A pair of walking shoes. Hair dryers, electric…

Visitation

UF Health Psychiatric Hospital Inpatient Visitation Whenever possible, we strongly encourage the participation of family members in treatment. Family members and significant others are important in the recovery process. The illness of addiction has a considerable impact on these relationships. The treatment program is an intense experience and the focus is recovery. We encourage…