Assessment is the key factor in all of Sprout Health California’s addiction treatment programs.
The comprehensive analysis of each individual provides our professionally trained drug addiction recovery specialists with the information needed to create individualized treatment plans.
Our assessments may seem a bit overwhelming; however, they are extremely necessary in order for our staff to gather as much information about you as we can. Because our plans are highly individualized, it is important to learn about your family and health history as well as your mental and physical state. Our goal is to provide you with the tools necessary to increase your chance at a successful and long lasting recovery.
Patients will undergo a self-assessment, medical evaluation, cognitive and pharmacogenetic, toxicology and physical evaluations. Patients must provide their health history before a doctor inspects their body from head to toe to treat any wounds or bruises. Their thought process will be evaluated to assure the most suitable types of treatment. The toxicology test will determine whether or not toxins are present in the patient’s body which may help predetermine how badly withdrawal symptoms will affect the body during detoxification.
Once the assessments are completed, our skilled clinicians begin crafting the highly individualized treatment plans. Throughout treatment, patients will be closely monitored and plans will continuously be reassessed in order to keep up with their progress. Sprout Health California wants to reassure each patient is receiving the right treatments and that all of their symptoms are being addressed.
Our assessments include:
Once the assessments are completed, our skilled rehabilitation clinicians will craft highly individualized treatment programs for our patients. Throughout treatment, our staff will closely monitor our patients in order to assess their progress and adjust their treatment plans accordingly. Sprout Heath California wants to ensure each patient’s symptoms are being addressed and that they are receiving the right treatments.