The final day of collections for unwanted medications in Florida is October 28, 2017. Read more about National Drug Take-Back Day in Florida.
This is your last opportunity in 2017 to safely dispose of unwanted drugs at no cost in Orlando & Orange County!
Join us for a Night of Fun in West Palm Beach, for "Bowling with Sunrise Detox" during the Moments of Change conference.
During this year's "Moments of Change" conference (October 2-5 at The Breakers, in Palm Beach) Sunrise Detox is hosting a fun night out bowling at Revolutions CityPlace, in West Palm Beach. You don't want to miss this...
Sunrise Detox encourages you to take advantage of Drug Take Back Day, to properly dispose of unused and unneeded prescription medications at drop-off locations throughout the Orlando region.
Disposing of old or unused medications is a great way to help to prevent abuse in your community, and Drug Take Back Day comes just once per year!.
A story about a different kind of "DUI" this Thanksgiving, from someone who has quite a bit of experience.
A contributor presents a new perspective of "driving under the influence", when you consider the driving to be navigating through your life. Sometimes it's better to let someone else drive a bit...
Help celebrate National Recovery Month with Sunrise Detox at Barnett Park in Orlando for a National Recovery Month Walk/Run.
Help us Celebrate National Recovery Month 2016. Sunrise Detox cosponsors the National Recover Month Walk & Run in Orlando on September 17.
The Central Florida Recovery Resource Network meeting hosted by Sunrise Detox in Orlando. Don't miss the next one!
The first Central Florida Recovery Resource Network meeting was held July 22 at Sunrise Detox Orlando. The inaugural meeting set the stage for ongoing networking among treatment industry professionals in the greater Orlando region.
Researchers are proving that memories of substance use and addiction can help sustain addiction.
New research shows that humans have a memory associated with the brain chemistry associated with deeply-rooted addiction, such as addiction to heroin and other fast-acting drugs. Even remembering past substance use can trigger rewards within the brain chemistry, supporting continued addiction.