First responders perform some of the most dangerous jobs there are, and with that danger comes the potential for devastating trauma. Cypress Creek Hospital is helping them work through it via treatment and care at their behavioral health center in Houston, TX.
The facility has a unique service for first responders called the Honor Strong Program. This is for employees or former employees in uniform who may have undergone trauma as part of their job. Depending on the situation, professional help may be necessary, a need that Cypress Creek Hospital works to fill. Their program welcomes patients who are or were:
Active Duty Military
The trauma care program focuses on resiliency, providing treatment and education by master’s-level clinicians. Said treatment and education are designed to support these brave patients in either returning to their work or transitioning to the next part of their lives. Healing from trauma in an encouraging environment is often the first step in doing so. The Honor Strong Program may entail any of the following and more:
Alcoholics Anonymous® Meetings
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills
After treatment, those who may need more help have the option to move to Cypress Creek Hospital’s partial hospitalization program. This is designed for patients who require a physician’s watchful eye and medication management but not a full stay in a mental health facility. The intensive care can be adapted to mornings, afternoons, and partial weeks, depending on what works best for the patients and their families.
Prospective patients and their families can read more about the program on the Cypress Creek Hospital website. The facility’s staff can be reached 24 hours a day at 281-751-6139 for free, confidential assessments. Patients from Houston, Texas, and nearby neighborhoods are welcome.
Company Name: UHS – Cypress Creek Hospital
Contact Person: Gerard Gober
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Address:17750 Cali Drive
Country: United States