We’re here when you’re ready.
We offer Day/Night (PHP), Intensive Outpatient (IOP), Out Patient (OP), Aftercare and Alumni services by truly caring and well trained LGBTQIA+ staff.
Call us today at 561-899-6088.
Boca Raton, Florida
Inspire Recovery is a community like no other, offering a safe and supportive environment for anyone who walks through the doors looking for help. The staff and the clients all feel like family, which helps build a solid foundation for the recovery process. This is a place where you can feel understood.
Long Island, NY
I came to Inspire Recovery after using for 14 years. I had no where to live, no job and my life was a mess. I wasn’t able to stay sober for longer than a day. I had been to over a dozen other treatment centers and wasn’t able to stay sober. I was physically, mentally, and spiritually broken.
The staff and therapists at Inspire were some of the most amazing compassionate people I have ever met. They were able to help me put the pieces of my life back together, which at the time I was convinced was not even possible. With their help and support I’ve been sober for over a year and am eternally grateful.
I’ve not seen another treatment center with such dedicated invested individuals. From admissions and BHT’s all the way to therapists trained in specifically helping our community.
Their compassion, love, support, and determination to help people suffering from addiction in the LGBTQIA+ is unparalleled. The community of people of which they serve is in desperate need of help and Inspire Recovery gives 100% to every person who walks in.
How Inspire Recovery Saved My Life
“The Joslin Story”
My Inspire journey all started about 2 years ago. I had just got out of rehab and had only a small trash bag full of clothes to my name, when I got picked up by a van in Port Saint Lucie and brought down to West Palm Beach. Only about 30 days prior to that I had overdosed in the back bedroom of my house. I was so scared then and nervous when I opened the doors to Omar house one of the original halfway houses that I lived in when I started at treatment at Inspire Recovery. I was fresh out of rehab, fresh out of North Carolina where many traumas had happened to me, and fresh out of a sense of self-worth. I came from a small town called Spartanburg in South Carolina, and besides one other person I knew of but had never met I was the only transgender woman that I knew up to that point. When I stepped into the doors of Inspire Recovery, it was magical and almost like the healing had instantly began. Two other trans women ran to the door of Omar house to greet me they gave me a hug, told me they had been expecting me, and that they were glad to see me. That was the first time I had ever laid eyes on another person that was transgender, but that’s not all they were because they quickly became family. My inspire family.
I hadn’t felt loved in a long time. I remember the first day I had at Inspires IOP. I was taught that I wasn’t alone anymore, that i was loved, that I was important, and that I could have the things in life that I had always dreamed of if I just stayed clean and Sober today. I remember how much love and warmth I was surrounded with my whole entire time there. I remember I cried in the bathroom on my first day because I hadn’t ever been made to feel loved or welcomed anywhere, but here where these people that loved me for who I was and it shattered a lot of negative beliefs I had about myself. That love saved my life. I had previously always felt so alone and so depressed. Something told me that I didn’t have to feel that way anymore.
I really needed the therapy and structure that Inspire gave me. I needed it really badly because at that point in my life I don’t think that I was capable of going out into the world on my own. I would have ended up back in a prostitution ring and back on meth really quick if I would have not had that structure at that time in my life. There were times that I felt like giving up and going back to my old ways, but the folks at inspire like Donna, Al, and Alicija were always there to keep me on track and make sure that I felt loved. Inspire really knows how important it is for a person to feel loved in recovery.
Inspire introduced me to AA and NA. I started working the twelve steps and seeing the gender therapist that inspire provided me with and things started to get better. I went to groups every day, I did the steps, I got into spirituality, and most importantly I found a Higher Power. Inspire helped guide me through that process in the way that I needed.
I remember the field trips we used to have. Going to go see the turtles, go to the beach, going to the science museum, and a lot more. Inspire taught me that recovering from my addiction did not have to be boring, and that in fact it was a lot more fun to be clean and sober. I remember my favorite group we had at Inspire was music group. It really helped me learn to express myself. Really I have to give credit to inspire the spiritual and God loving woman typing this today who is genuinely happy about her life is because they helped build me up into this person. They helped me work through my traumas. I remember I used to have trauma flashbacks so bad they would sometimes find me under a blanket under the table in the group room. I don’t have those trauma flashbacks because of the therapy that I was given. I started to be able to enjoy my life and i realized that I didn’t need alcohol, meth, or my eating disorder to be happy. In fact i remember being told “the only thing you need to do to find happiness is not get high, work the steps, and practice acceptance.” I am really glad that I took that advice because that was the starting point of my recovery.
I even remember when Inspire Living at The Loft opened which is the main campus now that people going to Inspire Recovery live at now. I was the first client to live in the Loft. It kind of makes me feel special. I walked up those stairs and looked to my left and saw that giant city skyline of West Palm Beach. It was breathtaking. The inside of the Loft is so beautiful it looks like something out of a very sophisticated movie. My time at inspire holds some of the most precious memories that I have in my life. I look back on them and smile.
Today I have a wonderful fiance. We plan on getting married on Thanksgiving in 2018. I have an apartment in West Palm Beach not far away from downtown West Palm. I have a new family of choice today. I am employable and earn my money working 9 to 5 today instead of walking the street for it. I am the happiest that I have ever been today, and that is largely thanks to the people at Inspire Recovery. Inspire recovery SAVED MY LIFE.
So to you my new friend just starting your Inspire journey looking to walk up the hallowed stairs of the Loft for the very first time. I welcome you to the place where I found myself. I welcome you to my family. My Inspire family.
New York, NY
I had the absolute pleasure of receiving treatment at Inspire Recovery. I walked into the doors on September 10, 2015 a broken transgender woman suffering and with the love and support of the entire staff I was able to emerge into the productive person I am today.
I learned 5 very important things while at Inspire that I carry with me each and every day.
- First, Don’t Judge A Book By Its Cover Some Of The Most Tattered Books End Up Being Some Of The Best Reads.
- Second, Even The Best General Chooses To Lose A Battle In Order To Win The War.
- Third, Drama Is Just That Drama I Choose To Run From It As A Child Why Was I Running Towards It Now.
- Fourth, Instead Of Running From The Pain And Fear Sit Through It And Allow The Miracle To Happen You Will Be Better For It.
- Last But Not Least, I Can Truly Trust People And People Do Love Me.
I know today that I can stay sober given I take the skill I was taught here along with the 12 steps and implement them into my life. I love you all. Thank you for saving me.
XOXO Love always,
– Kyndra B., New York, NY
New York, NY
Where do you start when you want thank someone or some place for making a difference in your life that is literally life changing or actually lifesaving? I guess I should say that if tragedy and addiction had a face it is mine, and quite possibly yours!
I struggled for years with addiction, a lifetime almost wasted, then one day I decided enough was enough was enough. I packed up and headed to detox, then to a treatment center. After forty days in a controlled environment learning how to avoid relapse, cool acronyms that really mean something, and tons of other stuff I never could have thought of on my own — to battle a disease I didn’t know I had — since I had never did rehab or even thought of getting clean. I realized that the hard part had not started! I had to take all this theory and put into practical use, I wasn’t ready for that so I started looking at IOP’s and the first contact was with a gentleman at Inspire Recovery, not really convinced that this was for me I had others steer me to a different IOP’s with great promises of the magic bullet.
I found that they really did not care if I recovered or not, just fill out the paperwork and come on down. But the strangest thing happened Al at Inspire kept calling, no promises, no come on over here we are the best talks, but asking if I was okay and its cool if I went somewhere else but he just wanted to make sure I was safe and getting help, who does that?
I chose Inspire and I made the right choice! From my first day the feel of the personal care and genuine concern was apparent they didn’t focus on me as another insurance claim but as a real person with a real life threatening problem. The therapy is diverse and goes beyond the drug, they get to the core issues like why am I doing the drug. I am finding out things that make me realize I have a real chance at a life again.
If you don’t want to be in a place where your therapist is basically handing you photocopies and having you sign stuff that changes nothing and can’t even remember your name, then call Inspire. They are saving my life, literally! Don’t let addiction make you a statistic get the right help at a place that really cares, Inspire is that place, make the call, save your life.