Mesa Springs is a new behavioral health hospital located in Fort Worth, Texas. Mesa Springs provides both inpatient and outpatient treatment for substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. It offers both a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).
Mesa Springs isn’t the typical psychiatric hospital, offering holistic personal wellness programming in addition to traditional therapy. Mesa Springs also uses the latest advancements in addiction recovery curriculum such as the web-based COGNIT and Good Days Ahead programs and the Hazelden Co-Occurring Disorders Program.
Treatment and Staff
The Mesa Springs outpatient programs can serve as a step down for those who have completed inpatient care or need to live at home during treatment. PHP clients attend group therapy six hours a day, Mondays through Fridays. Most clients complete their PHP treatment plan in two to three weeks and then transition to the IOP. IOP clients attend group therapy three to four hours a day, three days each week. Most clients complete their IOP treatment plan in two to four weeks. Clients in both programs have individual therapy as needed.
Outpatient treatment has two tracks: substance abuse and dual diagnosis support. Therapy at Mesa Springs uses CBT, DBT and the 12-step framework as well as modern web-based and holistic methods to compliment traditional therapies. Groups focus on helping clients manage triggers, build healthy boundaries and understand the disease of addiction. Clients enrolled in the dual diagnosis track receive comprehensive therapy for their mental health diagnoses, and those in need meet with a psychiatrist and/or psychiatric nurse practitioner for medication management.
The treatment team also includes Master’s-level therapists—such as LPCs and LSCWs—and case managers. It encourages participation in 12-step meetings outside of treatment hours, such as AA/NA, SMART Recovery or Celebrate Recovery.
Holistic therapies include nutrition counseling, workout activities, yoga, art and pet therapy.
Families have the opportunity to participate in education and support groups to increase their understanding of addiction and mental illness.
A free alumni aftercare support group is offered for all clients who complete their initial treatment program. This monthly group aids in the continued recovery process by allowing those who are struggling to get support and those who are thriving to share their success.
Mesa Springs’ IOP and PHP provide extensive dual diagnosis support. Its treatment team is experienced in treating clients with advanced mental health diagnoses and dedicated to using modern methods and holistic approaches. Mesa Springs a good option for those in the Dallas-Fort Worth area struggling with addiction and mental illness.
5560 Mesa Springs Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76123
Mesa Springs Outpatient Cost: Accepts Medicaid, Medicare and private insurance. Call for self-pay rates. Reach Mesa Springs by phone at (817) 292-4600 or by email at [email protected]. Find Mesa Springs on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn
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