Sante Center for Healing, is a drug and alcohol addiction treatment rehab in Argyle, Texas. Focusing on changing the lives of those affected by drug and alcohol addiction, the addiction counselors at Sante Center for Healing aim to do everything in their power to make their patients feel comfortable in their newfound surroundings and provide them with the most effective treatment possible.
Treating all addictions, as well as underlying psychological disorders that may have contributed to the birth of the addiction, is paramount when being treated at a high-quality drug and alcohol rehab in Argyle, Texas. This, amongst other reasons, is why Sante Center for Healing offers certain treatment approaches that have been proven to work. These treatment approaches may include: Personalized Treatment Plan. Addiction treatment options are available to 18+ and Sante Center for Healing accepts specific insurances, such as: Most Insurances.
It's important to strive in helping those suffering from drug and alcohol addiction to build a solid foundation for a renewed and improved future. Despite the severity of an addict's addiction, recovery is possible. With the proper treatment plan in place, addiction treatment patients can accomplish all of their goals and more. Get in touch with Sante Center for Healing by visiting their website at santecenter.com to get started.
I am forever grateful for the experience , strength and hope I got at Sante! My life is much better now ! I was sober for 8 years once and then I smoked my first joint and now more than 40 years later i have found much serenity following treatment at Sante.I am sober .I continue with meetings,my sponsor and I do service as much as possible . Sante truly changed my lifestyle and I am thankful to have had a very positive life changing experience there ! Sincerely, Dr Stephen M Kaufman DDS
Sante has a beautiful facility, highly qualified staff, and do not treat patients for only their addition. I am honored to work here. Having been a resident at another rehab facility in the past, I can whole heartily say that Sante goes above and beyond to make sure their residents are getting the counseling, life skills, and addiction treatment they need to succeed in sobriety and life. I am amazed by how the business office diligently works/fights with insurance companies for residents to be covered as much as possible. Sante is not a short term, "quick fix" like so many facilities, including the one I stayed at. Those types of places rarely work. Sante wants their residents to leave here with confidence and pride, knowing they have what it takes to succeed. I cant help but imagine how much better my life would have if I had came to Sante for my treatment.
Sante’ got me sober, but even better, gave me the tools to stay sober. The location is beautiful, and the faculty is absolutely exceptional; my therapist changed my life. I will be forever grateful for the experience I had at Sante’ because it really did save my life. Recovery is possible. I cannot recommend enough!
Starting in March of 2018, I stayed at Santé for residential treatment for 95 days. I came there for severe alcoholism at the insistence of friends, family and coworkers, intending to stay the minimum 30 days so I could get out fast and drink again. Not only was my alcoholism successfully treated, but it changed my life in almost every way. The treatment program is geared towards 90 days, but people often want to stay for less. I was amazed how many people opted to stay for the full treatment complete, including myself, after being there for a while. The longer I stayed there, the longer I kept extending my stay despite the cost. Of course they recommended that, but I chose to stay because I felt so much different. I dove into everything they offered with an open mind, and if you go in with that attitude, there is no limit to what you can achieve. I was diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder and major depressive disorder before I arrived. They treated all of it, not just my drinking. I took advantage of as much therapy and education as I could, lived by the things I learned and even served as a community leader. Now nearly six months later I am sober and I am almost completely free of anxiety AND depression. I couldn't have hoped for more, and for the first time I am living as my true self and I'm truly happy. Yes it's difficult, yes you'll meet some "interesting" people, but that is exactly what I needed to build connections with others again. Yes it's expensive, and you may not be covered by insurance for all of it. But I ask people now, "would you buy a car if it would save your life?". To which I answered "absolutely".
Sante helped save my life. I was there 5 months for substance abuse, self-harm, an eating disorder, and depression. I wouldn't be clean & sober today if it wasn't for them. They never gave up on me, and kept encouraging me to stay and to do the necessary work until they were hopeful that I could stay clean. Most residential centers have a 30-day max stay, but at the 30 day mark, most people are just getting their mind right again from getting away from destructive behaviors. That's when the real work begins. Sante truly wants its patients to succeed, which is why they have a curriculum of therapeutic work designed to ensure patients have the best possible chance of staying clean--and yes, that takes longer than 30 days. It is absolutely worth it, though. I was in therapy for years before my time at Sante, but the work I did at Sante stuck with me, went beyond what I did with my other therapists, and opened my eyes to various patterns I had in my life that I needed to change in order to stay healthy. A lot of the therapists and techs are in recovery themselves, too, which makes for an almost 24/7 support system. They are all there for you, no matter what you're going through, no matter what time of the day it is. Their outpatient/aftercare program needs some work, but their residential program is overall very good. I'm extremely grateful for my time there, and wouldn't change it for anything.
If you are looking for caring professionals, who are truly concerned about helping people get their lives and families restored from the destruction of addiction, then you should seriously consider Sante Center for Healing. Since 2013, I have had the privilege of having a great business relationship with these fine people, who have the highest integrity. They have many life changing stories from alumni, who are back to leading healthy, productive lives because of the excellent treatment they received at Sante. I would highly recommend them if you or a loved is seeking help from addiction.
As the adult child of an alcoholic, I can only wish that Sante Center for Healing would have been available for my father. I know Sante Center would have helped him get back the life he deserved but was never able to achieve. Through my affiliation with Santé Center for Healing, I have met people who have found success and beat their addictions. The campus is so calming - I feel it every time I am there. The staff is so caring and understands the journey we go through. I share this because I hope you will take the time to make Sante Center available for your family member or someone you love and care about.
Talk about a quality treatment center! Sante Center for Healing is a pleasure to deal with. You can feel the compassion and care through every interaction you may have with them. They really do care about their patients sobriety and general happiness. You'll be in good hands if you choose to enter treatment at Santé Center for Healing. I'm sure of it!
I am a former patient of Sante (2014) and now have the honor of leading yoga classes there. To be “rigorously honest,” as we say in the program of Recovery, I did not get sober there. However, I do not hold Sante responsible for that. I was still struggling with grave emotional and mental disorders when I left. Addiction is never our problem, it’s our solution. So, until we are able to identify, accept and begin to heal these underlying issues, rarely do we stay sober. Also, Recovery/rehab is not for those who need it, but for those who want it and are willing to go to any length to get it! Having that said, Sante provided me with a safe and nurturing environment in which I was able to begin my recovery journey. The seeds I needed were planted there! I was able to understand the medical side of addiction, the effects that my underlying issues had on my addiction, given tools to help ease the discomfort of this disease and an opportunity to live life on life’s terms without the use of chemicals. I can honestly testify that Sante is highly qualified to help those who are ready to receive help. I’m honored to be a small part of this wonderful community whose commitment is to help others live lives that are happy, joyous and free! If you are wondering why I didn’t give them a 5 star rating, it’s because nothing is perfect. Everyone and everything has room for improvement. Our Program tells us that we are about progress, not perfection! Peace and Joy, Tyler K
I spent almost 3 months there for treatment. When I left treatment, my recovery was still a rocky road for quite some time. That was not Sante's fault, but my own. They gave me the tools, and I learned a lot about my own behavior, relationship tendencies, and addiction that I had not inflected upon in the past. I'm a psychiatrist and was recommended to Sante by the medical board. I did not agree with, or even adhere to some of their rules, but that was my own ego and pride showing through. They truly have their patients' best interest at heart. Jaylia Rentfro was my case manager and I still think about her daily. While I may not have realized it at the time, Sante and the relationships I made there in the community saved my life. I am forever grateful for that. For what it's worth, this is where the Texas Medical Board sends physicians who are needing help with substance abuse issues. That alone should speak to its credibility amongst medical and mental health professionals. Jack Ingram, MD
My son is on his second stay at Sante now. He went there first due to a recommendation from our doctor. He stayed 30 days but unfortunately did not complete treatment. Treatment is HARD period no matter where you are! Without a doubt, I know he is where he needs to be and everyone has been supportive of him. He has worked mostly with Hannah B who even when he left was available to him when he was at his lows and helped him realize the need to return to complete treatment. I pray he stays and completes treatment this time but if he chooses to leave it will not be because of anything at Sante. The policy's and regulations are there in the best interest of the patients. Ex. the class you have to take for visitation, I didn't really like at first but realize that not only is it informative for families but it also keeps those who aren't committed to his treatment from visiting! They work on his whole health not just addiction and I think that is what makes Sante stand out from the others.
I have had the honor of working alongside the best in the business. Santé genuinely cares about each person who walks through their door and never gives up on providing them with the tools necessary to live a healthier life.
Sante absolutely changed my life and saved it in more ways then one! I was a patient from August - October 2017. I went there hopeless, empty, confused, scared... dead inside. I left literally in the best health of my life. Addiction literally destroyed almost everything in my life. It was about to kill me. SANTE SAVED ME PERIOD! The first group session I walked into... I immediately felt welcomed and at home. The group leader and over half the patients in the room warmly welcomed me which took the terror of being “the new guy” away. You might think you are alone and hopeless in addiction? Like you are the only one going through the hell of it all. At Sante, you will find many others who felt just like you do now, before they walked through those doors. Addicts understand and deeply sympathize with other addicts. Going to rehab is nothing to be ashamed about! In fact if anything it is Brave and Smart! You will find the fellow addicts at Sante to be unbelievably welcoming due to the strong community they foster. Sante saved my life in so many ways. I would not have lasted another year in my addiction. On a side note however, Sante is so thorough, they actually identified another somewhat unrelated health condition with my liver that would have greatly reduced my life span if not identified and treated. Sante literally means “health”. I left Sante healthier in mind, body, and spirit! MIND: They gave me the tools to fight my addiction, and helped me understand why I got addicted in the first place. BODY: They will bring your unhealthy and weak drug/alcohol addicted body back to a healthy status via proper nutrition as well as other fitness. I rarely ever worked out... in fact I hated it. But through proper introductions to healthy fitness, I now work out five days a week and I am in better shape then I have ever been. And believe me... people will notice! ;) SPIRIT: Everyone needs some spirituality, not religion necessarily, but spirituality. They encourage it the same way 12-Step does. If you are reading my review... you know you have a problem and life has become unmanageable. Sante provides an ultra low stress environment where you can simply take the time to fix you! It’s a journey, and you take it with others like you! Even better, a huge percentage of the staff are healthy long term recovering addicts themselves. They get it! You can deal with the mess of your life when you get healthy. Trust me... Sante will change your life for the better.
Sante Center for Healing is an amazing organization that treats any and all individuals with a challenge as equal. Everyone is always treated with respect and given a wealth of support to carry on in their everyday lives. Thank you for your loyal support and your continued guidance along the way!
I went to Sante when I wasn't ready for treatment. I was sent to treatment by the Oklahoma Physician Health Program because I self reported that I had an addiction problem. I was unemployed and facing homelessness. I was more worried about how I was going to survive than focusing on therapy. There were a lot of wealthy entitled patients at the program. I was disruptive because I was very impulsive and was experiencing symptoms of my bipolar disorder. I was coming off stimulants and had low motivation. Sante knew how to treat temporary depression or anxiety that resulted from active addiction. They claimed to be a dual diagnosis facility but weren't well skilled in helping people who have bipolar disorder. The people who had the disorder weren't granted treatment complete status. They knew how to address alcohol and marijuana use but not amphetamines or opiates. Sante especially treats sexual addictions. That seems to be the main focus. They also had an eating disorders program in which they placed me that infuriated me. I had to eat in a separate with young women who had bizarre habits about food and were very controlling of me. I wanted to eat in the main dining room with friends. They did not give me a treatment complete. They charged me $90,000 for 5 months of treatment. They had me believing that my medical license as a physician assistant was in jeopardy. I came to find out it was never an issue. My license was intact. I was discharged to a homeless shelter in Oklahoma City that smelled like urine and had bedbugs. I was bitten in my sleep. It was winter and there was no heat in the women's shower area. Like I mentioned, I wasn't ready for the treatment process. In all fairness, if I were ready, any place would have worked and would have been beneficial. Sante does tell people that they are a 30-day facility but then use coercion tactics to keep people in treatment for 90 or more days. This aspect is a dishonest one. One interesting aspect is that a woman from the show "Intervention" was admitted while I was there and we became friends.
Treatment and recovery are hard. Period. The staff at Sante navigated me through my darkest days, even when I wasn't the easiest person to work with. They truly care and work tirelessly with their patients. This a facility based on love and respect and belief in a better future and life for all those that come through their doors.
From intake to admitting, a dedicated clinically trained staff member is with you assisting you along the entire journey into and through treatment. I wouldn’t work at a place I did not believe in, and I truly believe in the level of care Santé provides. It is amazing to see Santé staff go above and beyond for their patients. I personally and professionally have a clinical, business and a HR background, and Santé meets the criteria of an A+ addiction treatment center and place to work. From the maintenance team, to clinical, to the CEO, everyone is so passionate about being a part of such an amazing company.
I was born and raised in Denton, TX and had never heard of Santé until recently. My experiences thus far have been truly amazing and the property is gorgeous. The patients do incredible, emotional work and I am honored to be a part of it all. We are family owned and with that brings more flexibility when it comes to payment options with less red tape involved. Our treatment plans are individualized and we offer dual-diagnosis as well as being coed. The success stories I have personally heard have brought tears to my eyes and reassures my decision to join the team. If you ever find yourself in a situation where you or someone you know needs some healing from alcohol/ substance abuse with mental health struggles, I encourage you to come check it out for yourself. Our intake staff is available 24/7.
One of the things that sets Sante apart is how much they care about people calling in need of help. Even if someone cannot walk through the doors of Sante, the clinical intake staff will stay with them until they walk through the door somewhere. I am forever grateful for the same attention I received more than 10 years ago from intake staff just like them. When someone cares about you first before their bottom line, you have a greater chance of getting the help you need. I look forward to being part of this caring and experienced team for years to come.
It is my distinct privilege to know Sante from so many different angles. I first learned of the organization when working in the nonprofit substance abuse prevention world - to prevent the incidence and impact of alcohol and other drugs. Sante kept rising to the top for professionalism, compassion and success with their patients. When an opportunity to work at Sante presented itself, I hoped I had enough experience and skills to bring "to the Sante table" that was populated by such credentialed, highly trained, experienced (and yet approachable) therapists, doctors, nurses, administrators and so many more. That was 5 years ago; Sante has been where I've lived out my calling. And in that timeframe I've also sat in the Family & Friends Support Group as friend/loved one after referring many friends and family to Sante as well. Wouldn't refer them to Sante if I didn't believe in it so profoundly.
My sibling did wonderfully while in treatment here! The holistic approach allowed my brother the opportunity to make the treatment his own and gave him freedom to use artistic outlets like playing guitar, drawing, writing poetry/songs which other facilities have not allowed him to do in the past, and of course he also completed more technical/therapy-based assignments, participated in the groups, and individual therapy. My family was a big push in getting my brother into treatment, he was not happy about it, but he now says it was the best treatment facility and program he has been to (he has been to at least 4 others). As all people with addiction issues experience, there are ups and downs, but I truly believe Sante got my brother to talk about and work on underlying issues of trauma/depression/anxiety more than anything he could have done on his own. There is so much progress in the way he thinks about confrontations and he analyzes what a safe setting looks like to avoid being tempted by others to use or be in a 'shady' situation. I hope his success continues, and I am grateful for the staff and the work done at Sante to give me pieces of my brother back which were so lost and buried under addiction before treatment. Always room for growth, this is an ongoing struggle, but I know it was made a bit easier because of being at Sante for ~45days.
I've worked at Sante Center for Healing for several years now and am constantly reminded of the great work that is being done here. Every day I see staff going above and beyond to compassionately treat patients and their families struggling with this disease.