Sovereign Health of Texas provides medically assisted detox for patients recovering from drug and alcohol addiction. During the detox process patients are carefully monitored by our medical staff and treated for any uncomfortable, potentially dangerous withdrawal symptoms they may experience. On average, detox programs last from 30 to 90 days depending on the abused substance, the quantities taken and how long the abuse lasted. Each patient begins their treatment with a thorough physical and psychological evaluation so that we may design the regimen that best suits their needs.
Levels of Care
Medically assisted detox is offered at our El Paso location. Depending on their condition patients may reside at our facility during treatment or continue to live at home. We offer the following levels of care:
Residential Treatment (RTC)
During residential treatment, patients attend to their recovery in a safe, controlled environment that is supervised by a well-trained staff. Residential treatment may be indicated for patients who need extensive medical monitoring. Continual access to crisis management and suicide prevention is an important feature of residential treatment. A particular benefit of RTC is that patients live in a communal setting with others who are coping with the same challenges. Having a chance to relate to other patients can be immensely beneficial to the recovery process. While living at one of our treatment facilities, patients have access to both group and individual therapy sessions as well as numerous other treatment modalities.
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
Although less intensive than our residential treatment program, PHP provides comprehensive treatment to patients who are struggling with co-occurring conditions as well as addiction. PHP can provide transitional care following inpatient treatment. During PHP, services are provided for the purpose of diagnostic evaluation. A range of therapies tailored to the specific needs of each patient are offered to provide active treatment of their condition. PHP treatment helps reduce the risk of relapse and hospitalization.