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Spero Health Blog: Navigating Life While in Recovery

It’s easy to believe that getting sober will fix many things, but that isn’t always the case. During recovery you might face difficulties with education, employment, housing, health care and other areas that are important to maintaining progress in your recovery. The good news is that you are strong enough to work through this season… Read More

Spero Health Blog: Getting Started in Recovery

Getting Started in Recovery – One Day at a Time September is National Recovery Month, which is a time to promote evidence-based treatment, celebrate the strong recovery community, and recognize those dedicated to making recovery in all forms possible. The journey to and within recovery is not simple; it takes time, commitment, and perseverance. It’s… Read More

Spero Health opens addiction treatment in Clarksburg

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – A new outpatient addiction treatment center has opened in Harrison County. Spero Health operates 70 facilities across five other states and is now bringing its first facility to West Virginia. Spero Health, a Nashville-based company, gets its name from the Latin meaning of Spero, which is “I hope.” According to officials from… Read More

Importance of Transportation to Access Addiction Treatment Services

WASHINGTON, Feb 23 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Unable to drive due to a medical condition, Patricia Robinson had been missing doctor’s appointments and felt isolated without another means of transport near her home in the U.S. state of North Carolina. But today, thanks to an on-demand ride-sharing service that launched in the small city of… Read More

Spero Health Opens Drug and Alcohol Rehab Facility in Staunton Virginia

Drug overdose deaths have topped a million in the United States over the last 20 years, and early indicators point to 2021 adding 100,000 more to this tragic number. Many states are still showing an alarming increase in deaths after an already historic milestone nation-wide in 2020. Spero Health is quickly responding to this deadly… Read More