When Sprout Health Arizona first started, our philosophy was based solely on individualized treatments because we understood that everyone has a different outlook on life and people express themselves in many different ways. However, as time went on, we realized that it takes more than that to obtain our goal of a successful recovery for all patients. With our newfound knowledge, we created our updated philosophy that contains three different principles: individualized treatment, comprehensive assessment and diagnosis and treatment adjustments with progression.
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 comprehensive assessments are the most important part in determining which plans are right for each patient. Without these assessments, we would not know their pre-existing conditions, severity of their addiction or if they have an underlying disorder that has yet to be diagnosed.
Adjustments to treatment
Sprout Health Arizona’s 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.