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Sunspire Health Texas Appoints Dr. Victor Vines as Medical Director


Health Texas
, a community-based addiction treatment center within Sunspire
nationwide network of treatment facilities offering
personalized treatment and addiction recovery services, announced the
appointment of Victor Vines, MD, as Medical Director. In this role, Dr.
Vines will oversee medical and psychiatric care for patients in
residential treatment for substance use and behavioral addictions at
Sunspire Health Texas.

With more than 29 years of medical and behavioral health experience, Dr.
Vines specializes in assessing and treating licensed professionals
employed in safety sensitive careers, such as healthcare professionals,
pilots, attorneys, and other licensed professionals. He has been
involved in the development of protocols and best practices for detox
management in people with addiction to alcohol, opioids and
benzodiazepines, and previously founded Denton County's Caduceus 12 step
meeting for recovering professionals. Prior to his role at Sunspire
Health Texas, Dr. Vines served as Associate Medical Director at The
Greenhouse in Grand Prairie as well as Staff Addictionologist at the
Santé Center for Healing in Argyle, among other leadership positions at
industry and academic organizations.

"We're delighted to have Dr. Vines join our team of experienced and
passionate behavioral health professionals to help lead and grow our
unique professionals program that provides discreet, evidence-based
evaluation and treatment for professionals experiencing addiction or
impairment challenges that put their careers, reputation or licensing at
risk," said Selena Stockley, Executive Director of Sunspire Health
Texas. "Dr. Vines' impressive medical credentials and extensive
addiction treatment expertise will be an important addition to Sunspire
Health Texas as we continue to serve patients and our communities with
comprehensive and quality programs that enable lasting recovery."

"I am thrilled to take on this new role at Sunspire Health Texas,
joining a team of dedicated and inspired professionals with demonstrated
success in helping people achieve long-term sobriety and disease
management," said Dr. Vines. "I look forward to overseeing and building
on the established professionals program, leveraging my extensive
experience treating healthcare and other high-performing and safety
sensitive professionals in order to provide the highest quality care to
patients and families."

Dr. Vines is a Diplomate of the American Board of Addiction Medicine and
a Fellow of the American Society of Addiction Medicine. Prior to his
career in addiction medicine, he practiced obstetrics and gynecology,
receiving a Medical Doctorate degree from the University of Texas
Southwestern Medical School.

About Sunspire Health

Sunspire Health is a nationwide network of accessible and affordable
community-based addiction treatment facilities that offer personalized
treatment plans for people of all walks of life, meeting them where they
are and guiding them through recovery. Sunspire's mission is to be a
source of hope, knowledge, and support for people and their families
affected by substance use disorders. Our vision is to change the course
of the addiction crisis and set the standard for quality treatment in
the United States. Our facilities offer an array of addiction recovery
services across the United States and are able to provide the full
spectrum of care including detox, residential and outpatient treatment
programs in settings that are designed to promote healing. What
distinguishes Sunspire Health facilities is that each one provides
quality care for substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders
from experts and specialists in the field of addiction medicine and
mental health counseling provided in a location near you. Our treatment
teams utilize the latest advances in addiction medicine and draw on
therapeutic modalities that are evidence-based, meaning that extensive
studies and research prove that these methods are effective at treating
addiction. For additional information, please visit:

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