We offer an individualized assessment to determine lengths of stay and our addiction treatment services can be individually customized to meet the specific needs of working with First Responders in Recovery.
Continuum of Care
Comprehensive aftercare planning is paramount to offering First Responders the best opportunity to walk a path in long term recovery. That is why, at Sprout Health Group, we begin to prepare the planning for aftercare success on day one of our addiction treatment services program and in our training.
Every new client receives a comprehensive Trauma Assessment, with a Trauma Trained Licensed Clinical Professional, upon admission.
Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (“EMDR”) is offered to our clients, by one of our Licensed Professional (EMDR Certified) Therapists, as a proven and effective form of treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder (“PTSD”) and other trauma-related disorders.
Addiction, PTSD and Depression don’t only affect the Responder, but also the family. At Sprout Health Group, we not only support the therapeutic process of First Responders, but of their families and fellow Responders as well. We developed comprehensive addiction treatment services to address the specific needs of the family, and those closely affected by the traumatic experiences of First Responders, by connecting recovering Responders with “still-suffering” Responders.
Sprout Health Group works with most private insurance policies.
Addiction Treatment Services are covered by the Family Medical Leave Act, and HIPPA Privacy Laws protect patient’s confidentiality and records.
Benefits of our proven addiction treatment services for Responders:
- Identify & treat unique issues
- Therapist trained
- Earned level of trust
- Peer-to-peer relatability
- Experience working with unions, EAPs and HR departments
- Therapeutic value of ongoing physical fitness
- Detailed assessments to determine the best level of care – ranging from detox and inpatient to outpatient therapy
- First Responder family support groups
- Specialized educational programming developed to fit the needs of First Responders
- First Responder 12 step meetings
- Return to work services
- Alumni mentorship opportunities
- Sober events for First Responders and their families
First Responders Our Program Serves:
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UNCOPE — Screening Instrument for Substance Abuse
The UNCOPE consists of six questions found in existing instruments and assorted research reports. This excellent screen was first reported by Hoffmann and colleagues in 1999. Variations in wording are noted for several of the items. The first wording is the original for the “U” and “P” items. The more concrete wording of the revised versions were found to be slightly better as a generic screen. Either version of the six questions may be used free of charge for oral administration in any medical, psychosocial, or clinical interview. They provide a simple and quick means of identifying risk for abuse and dependence for alcohol and other drugs. Please maintain attribution.
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In the past year, have you ever drank or used drugs more than you meant to OR have you spent more time drinking or using than you intended to?
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Have you ever neglected some of your usual responsibilities because of using alcohol or drugs?
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Have you felt you wanted or needed to cut down on your drinking or drug use in the last year?
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Has anyone objected to your drinking or drug use? OR Has your family, a friend, or anyone else ever told you they objected to your alcohol or drug
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Have you ever found yourself preoccupied with wanting to use alcohol or drugs? OR Have you found yourself thinking a lot about drinking or using?
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Have you ever used alcohol or drugs to relieve emotional discomfort, such as sadness, anger, OR boredom?
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