At Sprout Health Texas, we care.
Although the Texas Department of Transportation’s phrase, “Don’t Mess with Texas” seems to prove otherwise, Texas, from the Hasinai Indian word “tejas” meaning “friend”, is one of the friendliest states in the south. It is also one of the biggest states, encompassing over 268,000 square miles of beautiful countryside. They do not say “Everything is bigger in Texas” for no reason. Take for instance, their official state mammal, the longhorn, with horns that extend up to seven feet or the largest high school football stadium that holds over 40,000 fans. Texas is a larger than life state that takes pride on its bbq and chili more than its rich history. One thing it may not take pride in, or even want others to know about is the rampant rise of drug and alcohol abuse among its residents.
According to the Drug Policy Alliance, 16 percent of Texas’ adult population has an alcohol issue while 5 percent are addicted to drugs. In just four short years, almost 200,000 deaths have been reported due to the overconsumption of alcohol. Sprout Health Texas will not stand by and watch those numbers continuously rise. We offer programs designed to help those who suffer from addiction as well as mental or behavioral disorders. Our facility provides a safe, comfortable and tranquil environment for those looking to improve their health.
When you begin your treatment, you will undergo a series of thorough mental and physical assessments in order for our specially trained rehab clinicians to craft a highly individualized treatment programs that meet your unique needs.
We offer a wide variety of therapeutic modalities that help patients retrain their brains. It is important for us to teach our patients how to acknowledge their issues and find new ways to cope with their maladaptive behaviors. The therapies we offer include:
Brief Strategic Family Therapy
Our location in Austin also offers outdoor therapy, which we highly recommend. There are plenty of parks, hiking trails and outdoor activities available to help take your mind off of the challenging process of recovery.
Some of the best outdoor areas to visit while in Austin are:
Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum: Also know as the LBJ Presidential Library, it is most notable for its 45 million pages of historical content.