News and Updates
Hall Construction completes the Vince Carter Sanctuary Substance Abuse Center
August 17, 2009
Bunnell, Florida – Hall Construction Co. Inc. recently completed construction on the 44,000 square foot, multi-million dollar Vince Carter Sanctuary Residential Treatment Recovery Center. These brand new world-class live-in facilities are designed and built for the purpose of serving clients with substance abuse and dual-diagnosis or co-occurring issues. The Orlando Magic’s newest star, Vince Carter, along with his mother Michelle Carter-Scott personally contributed $1.6 million to this facility.
The Sanctuary is composed of three buildings: a central community center and two surrounding towers each with 50 patient beds. The facilities are designed by the renowned Ginn Resort Development team, and the architectural firm of Glover, Smith, and Bode (GSB) from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Healthcare exists to promote good health, to improve the quality of life of individuals and families affected by mental illness, substance abuse, addictions, and delinquency by providing superior prevention, intervention, crisis stabilization, education, and treatment services. The Corporation offers these services to all persons, regardless of age, race, financial status, or other criteria at its facilities in northeast Florida. Over 750,000 individuals have received services at the various SMA facilities since their inception.
Professors and medical students from the University of Florida’s McKnight Brain Institute are also using the sanctuary to conduct research on the effects drug addiction has on mental capacities. The extraordinary services, professional staff and exceptional buildings make the Vince Carter Sanctuary the finest substance abuse treatment facility in the world today.
If you or someone you know has a problem with drugs or alcohol, please visit www.VinceCarterSanctuary.org