Treating primary addiction, co-occurring mental health, and primary mental health conditions is an important issue relevant to America’s public health. Through its clinical work, community engagement, and professional contributions, Futures Recovery Healthcare is sometimes featured in regional and national news coverage. We may also relay or comment on news stories that we believe are relevant to patients, families, or the professional treatment community.
With the current health crisis, many fear going to medical facilities at all. It’s important to not let this fear discourage you or your loved one from getting help.
As part of our commitment to provide value and engage with the residents and families of Palm Beach and Martin Counties...
Futures Partners with the City of West Palm Beach
Futures Recovery Healthcare partners with West Palm Beach to provide high-quality behavioral healthcare to all city employees and their family members, including specialized care for first responders.
Futures' Laura Kunz Discusses Stress & Sobriety
Laura shares her thoughts on alcohol-replacing essentials for immediate stress relief, featured in Palm Beach Moms Collective's Blog.
An event like Jupiter Recovery Day connects people in recovery with the rest of the community. It helps raise awareness of the disease and overcome the stigma still attached to it.
FL's Meth Resurgence
Addressing polysubstance abuse and the underlying causes of mental health and SUD are fundamental aspects of the Futures' clinical approach.
Dr. Dunkin shares her perspectives with Healthline on the prescription trends for patients in post-surgical pain.
Alumni Giving Campaign
The “Friends of Futures” alumni program is participating in our 5th Annual Alumni Holiday Giving Campaign.
Overdose Deaths Rise
Drug overdose deaths increased in 2017, according to the study released by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
Florida Sues Pharma
Futures welcomed CBS12 to our campus to discuss Florida Attorney General's filing of a legal complaint against several of the country’s largest pharmaceutical companies.
Dr. Dunkin Comments on "Super Opioid" Dsuvia
Last week our Medical Director, Dr. Gloria Dunkin, was requested to comment on a Healthline news article by Brian Krans covering the potential FDA approval of a controversial new opioid, Dsuvia.
Addiction in the Restaurant Industry
Following the recent suicide of Anthony Bourdain, Futures COO, Deja Gilbert, shared her thoughts about the need for more awareness about addiction in the restaurant industry.