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Carrollton Springs Opens Mental Health Care and Addiction Treatment Facility

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Dallas South News Wire

On January 24, 2012, Carrollton Springs opened its doors to begin providing specialized mental health care and addiction treatment services for adults and seniors.  Carrollton Springs is equipped with advanced services and technology that takes mental health and addiction care into the 21st century.

The hospital is one of the first behavioral healthcare facilities to provide a comprehensive Electronic Medical Record, along with Cognit, an Internet based e-learning and computer assisted treatment, and also computer assisted Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

Carrollton Springs has hired Barbara Schmidt as the Regional Vice President and Bill Brattvet as the CEO. Both bring years of experience in the mental health care field and are proud to bring their expertise to Carrollton Springs. Carrollton Springs has also hired Dr. Rahda Kambhampati as the Medical Director and Drs. Lanai White and Howard Leftin to lead the medical staff.

“Fundamentally, our services are people helping people. We constantly strive to meet the needs of our patients and families during their time of crisis in a compassionate, caring, and professional environment,” stated CEO, Bill Brattvet. “We know it is frightening to feel a loss of control in your life due to addictive behavior or an inability to think or act normally. Typically, this does not just impact the individual, but also their loved ones.”

About Carrollton Springs

Carrollton Springs is dedicated to a compassionate and results-driven approach to treatment for those who are struggling with emotional and mental health issues, drug and alcohol addiction, and the unique mental health and addiction challenges faced by the aging senior.

The beautifully designed facility offers secure, peaceful accommodations, including a private courtyard, private and semi-private rooms, and comfortable patient lounges. Carrollton Springs is looking forward to being part of the Carrollton and DFW Metroplex community, and to making a difference in the lives of those who seek sobriety and mental wellness.

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  • Disappointed

    I can’t believe this organization is being recommended. Treating patients like they are less human is their first rule of thumb. They don’t understand how to successfully treat addiction and mental illness at its core. Their methods are extremely archaic and Inhumane. Giving patients medication for evenings during the day, strapping down patients and administering medication through a funnel when they are not violent or past reality?! Absolutely disgusting. It’s saddening to see people going to get help and being diagnosed with PTSD after leaving. Shame on you. Why are you in this industry to begin with? Go back to school.

  • John Galt

    This place is a massive fraud designed to prey on the most vulnerable members of society. They offer no real treatment. Your “detention” length depends solely on your insurance coverage and your ability to pay. They will actively resist any attempts at real treatment, even transfers to highly rated mental health programs. Even go as far as threaten with “loss of privileges” and “indefinite court ordered detention” those just seeking better programs. Avoid at all cost. You will get little to no treatment or time with real doctors. Most of the details are too horrid to list.

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