At Sprout Health Texas, we care.
The saying goes “ everything’s bigger in Texas,”which includes population, meals, lifestyle, hats and clothes. Texas is a keynote of the nation, inspiring rough and rugged cowboy movies, and tough Texas appetites. Unfortunately, this also applies to substance abuse, and mental disorders. Studies by the Drug Policy Alliance have shown that in 2000, nearly sixteen percent of the adult population had an issue with alcoholism and five percent had an issue with drug addiction. Studies by the Center for Disease Control have also shown that nearly 200,000 people have lost their lives between the years of 2006 and 2010 due to overconsumption of alcohol. Along with these stats comes the grim realization that these problems are growing out of control.
At Sprout Health Texas, we decided enough was enough, and have partnered with many local resources to combat this issue. Working together we provide treatment to anyone fighting an addiction, mental disorder, or behavioral disorder. Knowing that the most deterring excuses about rehab are related the levels of discomfort of facilities and withdrawal, we have created top of the line, comfortable detoxification (detox) facilities. This allows participants to feel comfortable, relax, and focus on treatment. Depending on the severity of addiction and the wishes of the patient, we also carry medications to help make withdrawal symptoms more manageable, in order to continue with the rehabilitation process.
We like to focus as much energy and attention as we can on therapeutic methods because these help to remove poor behaviors, increase the individual’s knowledge and self awareness, and give the individual the tools they will need to achieve a lifetime of success. Some of the therapeutic modalities that we utilize include Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), Mindfulness, Psychoeducational Therapy, and Brief Strategic Family Therapy (BSFT). As previously mentioned, these are all techniques used in order to remove negative behaviors, promote positive behaviors, and learn how to deal with others before being reintroduced into society.