Carrollton Springs, Carrollton, Texas
Carrollton, TX, 75010
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Overview of Carrollton Springs
Carrollton Springs is a psychiatric hospital that offers addiction and mental health treatment to children, adolescents, and adults. It was founded in 2012 with the zeal of changing people’s lives that is free from addiction and mental illness.
This facility is situated in Carrollton, Texas where outpatient and inpatient services like detox and substance abuse treatment are offered. Carrollton Springs has additional clinics with the name “Changes” at different locations of the state like McKinney, Frisco, and Plano.
Adolescent & Child Programs are taken into care at Changes in Frisco, Texas while adult programs are offered at the main hospital and other two centers. The facility has collaborations with other healthcare suppliers in order to improve the quality of care. It believes in providing quality programs based entirely on an individual’s needs for superior outcomes.
The mission of Carrollton Springs is “Changing People’s Lives” while delivering evidence-based and state-of-the-art treatment and care to its clients struggling with addiction and mental health issues. Apart from that, the people at Carrollton Springs treat their clients with the utmost respect and dignity. They continuously toil to improve their clients’ lives through personalized care, which is an important aspect of lasting recovery.
Accommodation and Food at Carrollton Springs
At its beautiful main location, Carrollton Springs offers accommodation to adults. It has 78 beds and one room needs to be shared with two clients. Each room has desks and closets for each person, along with a private bathroom.
All rooms are well furnished with modern facilities. The housing staff makes sure to provide a clean, pleasant, and comfortable stay to their clients. The facility has various indoor and outdoor areas for recreational activities. Clients are allowed to smoke outdoors at selected times.
In terms of food, Carrollton Springs has various options for its clients. Clients are served with three meals a day in a cafeteria-style dining area. Additionally, a variety of options are available for clients. Patients can even opt for snacks and drinks in between, before, or after their meals .
Dietary restrictions are accommodated for clients wherever needed. However, clients only get nutritious and well-balanced diet at this facility. All regular and special meal plans are designed with the help of a registered dietician. Outside food, drinks, and snacks are strictly not allowed.
Carrollton Springs offers various treatment options for both outpatient and inpatient services. In order to get a glimpse of treatment options available at this facility, see below:
- Dual Diagnosis
- Medical Detox
- Substance Abuse Treatment
- Child & Adolescent Program
- Help for Heroes Program
- Specialized Trauma Treatment
- Inpatient Addiction Treatment
- Inpatient Mental Health Treatment
- Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
- Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
- Co-occurring Disorders
Therapy Provided at Carrollton Springs
Carrollton Springs provides world-class treatment to its clients with the help of various therapies. Some of the therapy options clients get include:
- 12-Step Support Group
- Group Therapy
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Holistic Therapies (Music/Yoga/Art/Pet/Recreation)
- Family Education and Counseling
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
- Trauma-focused Therapy
- Mindfulness-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (MBCT)
- Solution-focused Therapy
- Educational Programs
- Relapse Prevention
Payment Options and Insurances
At Carrollton Springs, clients can make payments through self-pay and major insurance carriers. This facility is in a close network with almost all major insurance providers. A few of these insurance companies are listed below:
Licenses and Accreditation
Licensed by the Joint Commission
Carrollton Springs’ Amenities
Carrollton Springs offers both outpatient and inpatient treatment services to the needy people. Along with addiction to alcohol and substance use, it even deals with mental health issues like suicidal thoughts, depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, psychosis, borderline personality disorder, and various others.
The facility keeps working on the latest advancements for the recovery process of its clients. It incorporates programs like Good Days Ahead, the Hazelden Co-Occurring Disorders Program, and web-based COGNIT for starting with the journey to mental wellness and recovery.
Carrollton Springs offers counseling based on faith, which goes well with its motto “There’s hope. There’s help.” It provides clients with an option to explore spirituality.
About Carrollton Springs’ Staff
At Carrollton Springs, an individualized approach is possible with a great multidisciplinary team who customizes treatment plans based on the needs of a client. A highly professional team at Carrollton Springs includes psychiatrists, therapists, social workers, Patient Care Assistants (PCAs), LCDCs, LPCs, and staff nurses. Some of the notable figures of the facility include:
Alfred Wishart is a program therapist at Carrollton Springs. He joined the team of Carrollton Springs in October 2016. He is also working as a licensed professional counselor at Curis Functional Health and D2 Relationships Institute. He completed his bachelor’s degree at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and the masters’ from UT Southwestern.
National Medical Director
Umar Latif serves as National Medical Director at Carrollton Springs for its “Help for Heroes” program. He joined Carrollton Springs as Medical Director in October 2016. He has done MBBS from Allama Iqbal Medical College.
Mobile Assessment Team
Chevonda Allen is a member of Mobile Assessment Team at Carrollton Springs. She joined this facility as a PRN therapist. As a part of this team, she conducts assessments for crisis psychiatric patients. She has completed her bachelor’s degree in Media/Communications, Graphic Design, and Journalism from Hunter College and her master’s degree in Counseling from Dallas Baptist University.