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Our Philosophy

The three principles of our philosophy are extremely necessary before the reintroduction into society.

Our philosophy at Sprout Health Texas is based on three principles: thorough assessments and diagnosis, individualized treatment programs and program adjustments based on progress. We believe that by basing our structure upon this philosophy, we can increase the chance for our patient’s successful recovery.

Our Effective Treatment Programs

No two people are alike; therefore, we craft our treatment programs around each patient’s individual and unique needs. We know that by combining our wide variety of therapies together, it can significantly affect the recovery process.

The comprehensive assessments are the most important part in determining which plans are right for each patient. In order to create highly individualized plans, our patients must undergo a series of extensive assessments. We are able to learn a lot about our patients through mental and physical evaluations. Our expertly trained staff learns of their health history and the severity of their substance abuse as well as if they have any underlying conditions.

As mentioned before, we understand that each patient will have individual and unique needs in order to complete a successful recovery. Not everyone experiences everything the same; therefore, through extensive and comprehensive assessments, our knowledgeable staff are able to determine each patient’s disorders in order to create the best treatment plan for a sober life.

The Benefits of Close-Monitoring

Sprout Health Texas’ expertly trained staff of rehabilitation clinicians, as well as board-certified doctors, nurses, therapists and psychologists, will continually monitor each patient in order to properly adjust their program according to their progress. Through close monitoring, we can learn new ways to teach our patients how to manage their stress, relationships and the symptoms of their disorder.

The three principles of our philosophy are extremely necessary before the reintroduction into society. We do not want our patients to leave feeling unprepared. With that being said, we do not want our patients to think that they are forced to stay our facility for the entire duration of their treatment. They are free to leave on their own free will; however, we do not recommend leaving early due to the increased risk of relapse.

Our Blogs and Articles

Did you know that millions of people suffer from addiction, mental health disorders, or both?! How about the fact that almost all conditions are caused by the brain, genetics or immediate environment? Did you also know that those conditions can and should be treated by a reputable treatment facility? If you are looking for information about addiction, mental health disorders, co-occurring conditions and treatment, you have come to the right place! Our blogs and articles can provide information for all your questions and concerns.

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Mental Health How Mental Health Rehabilitation Centers Educate Families October 28th, 2016

Providing insight into disorders Over 43 million Americans suffer from a mental illness and unfortunately, because of social stigma, only a small percentage seek help at a mental health rehabilitation center. Society and even family members believe that those who suffer should be embarrassed or ashamed of their condition; however, […]

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Jail Why Drug Detox Centers are Better than Jail October 25th, 2016

Choosing health over hell Substance addiction is a rampant epidemic that shows no signs of slowing, and opioid addiction has become the worst of them all, causing harm to mental and physical health, as well as an increased risk of overdose or even jail time. Opioid addiction can and should […]

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Nation's Best Alcohol Treatment Centers What Makes Alcohol Treatment Centers in Texas the Nation’s Best October 18th, 2016

Everything is bigger [and better] in Texas With over 300 outpatient and 400 inpatient alcohol treatment centers in the United States, it may be hard for those who are seeking help for alcohol addiction to choose the facility that is right for them. It is important to choose a facility […]

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