Admissions For Families
Families are extremely crucial in the treatment process for addiction.
Whether we are treating substance addiction or mental health disorders, Sprout Health Group highly recommends including families in some of our therapy sessions. In order for family and loved ones to attend counseling, permission to visit must be granted by patients. We want to make sure that their environment remains positive so they can achieve their desired success.
Our treatment programs revolve solely around the patients to ensure their needs are taken care of, which is why they have the choice to include their families or not. Although patients are given the choice to include their family or not, we highly recommend it. We want everyone to be involved in order to learn about mental illness and the recovery process. The recovery process is the hardest part of becoming sober and it is important for the family to be involved, in order to provide support and love to our patients.
Sprout Health Group believes that families are extremely crucial in the treatment process for addiction. Not only can they help addicts get the help the need but they can also help support recovering patients when they leave our facility. Having a large support network significantly increases the chance at a successful and long lasting recovery. We want to educate families on the signs and symptoms of addiction as well as what causes addiction and how to resist it.
Family Welcome Packet
The family welcome packet will provide an abundance of information about the programs we offer and what to expect throughout the treatment. A truly successful treatment relies heavily on a strong support network. Who better to support you than those who know and love you best?! The family welcome packet informs families on how their support will significantly increase the chance for a long-lasting recovery.
The packet content includes:
Step-by-step treatment information
Other information and resources
What To Bring
We prefer that you do not bring anything that will distract other patients from their treatments, such as phones or loud speakers.
Other items to leave at home include:
The following is a list of acceptable items:
It is also important to bring your current medications, if any. We want to make sure we know exactly what you are taking so we know which medications and detoxification programs we can offer you. We also want to make sure our treatments do not interfere with your previous treatments.
We also suggest families to bring any medical records that might be helpful in order to gain further insight into our patients. We highly suggest bringing any and all paperwork they might find necessary for our staff to provide better service to our patients.
And lastly, families need to come with an open mind and heart. We understand that this process has been hard for everyone but we are here to help mend the broken relationships and teach everyone that addiction can be treated and families can be united. We promise that we have everyone’s best interests at heart. We would not recommend anything that we cannot prove to be evidence-based. We take rehabilitation quite seriously and hope that our patients take it as seriously as we do.
What To Expect
We teach families how to understand the power of addiction in order to know exactly what their loved ones have been struggling with. We place a great deal of emphasis on helping families understand the power of addiction and how it affects their loved ones both mentally and physically. We want to teach patients and their families that addiction can be overcome and a long lasting sobriety can be significantly increased through the help of a supportive family or network. We will also provide counseling for families to help them cope with stresses of this situation.
Co-Dependency Treatment Program
Mental Health America defines co-dependency as an emotional and behavioral condition that affects an individual’s ability to have a healthy, mutually satisfying relationship due to their inability to form healthy relationships. Those that are co-dependent form and maintain relationships that are one-sided, emotionally destructive and abusive. Co-dependency is mostly characterized by people in relationships with someone who is chemically dependent.
Co-dependent people often have low self-esteem, view themselves as victims and look for outside influences to make themselves feel better. Most co-dependents rely on substances to feel better or develop compulsive behaviors.
The bond between an addict and their family need to be stronger than the addict and their co-dependent relationship. Sprout Health Group can teach patients and their families how to break the bonds of unhealthy relationships and how to mend positive, loving relationships.