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Eckerd Youth Alternatives Inc Camp E Nini Hassee/Residential offers Substance Abuse Treatment services in Floral City, FL

Eckerd Youth Alternatives Inc Camp E Nini Hassee/Residential is categorized as a Substance Abuse treatment facility, but may provide additional health care support.

For detailed questions about the health care provider at Eckerd Youth Alternatives Inc Camp E Nini Hassee/Residential, you may contact their Floral City offices via phone at 352-726-3883.

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John Murphy

2018-09-10 02:13:17 via Google

Hello everybody. My name is John Murphy. I once was a camper there many years ago when they had a boys group there. We were called the Chiquita’s . Experience there when I was a young man is something that I will never forget. I am now 47 years old I own two businesses. I would like to come back and revisit the camp it is something that I’ve always wanted to do for many years. I’m sure it has made so many changes. As I was looking at the pictures. But the one thing captured my heart is when I saw the big fireplace. Sat in the chuckwagon and saying many songs and had many accomplishments. But it sure would be nice to see that camp again.

Jillian Zerbe

2017-10-05 13:03:13 via Google

Camp saved my life. Honestly. It's a blessing. Every staff member is so loving and kind to us girls.. don't listen to the bad reviews, they are not accurate. Back in the 1980's, no, it wasn't sanitary.. but ALOT has been changed since then. There are toilets. There is indoor buildings. Yes, we sleep outside in the tents pictured. There are 3 groups. We don't talk to or look at the other groups for confidentiality purposes. We cook our own food and eat outside on weekends. We have mosquito nets that we sleep under at night. We are pulled inside during bad storms and other weather conditions. Send your kids here if they struggle, this place changes lives.

Danielle McAmis

2015-05-20 16:46:48 via Google

I attended camp in 1999-2001. Best experience of my life so far, aside from having my 2 boys. I went in as an angry, resentful child, and 25 months later graduated as a respectful, happy young lady. I would not be the woman I am today if it weren't for camp and all the staff, from the Chiefs to the teachers to the receptionist (I adore Ms Carol) to the cooks, everyone is there because of the kids! I'm so grateful I was able to grow and learn how to be a productive member of my family and Society at camp, would not have wanted it any other way!!! If i could give it 10 stars I would!! 2 thumbs up.

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