- Dallas-based Texas Health Resources is expanding into the addiction treatment arena with a $37 million residential treatment facility in Mansfield.
- The new facility, set to open in May 2017, will offer intensive treatment for adolescents and adults with alcohol and drug addictions, with a focus on total wellness.
- Drug and alcohol addition cost the healthcare system more than any other major diseases, according to the health system.
This is Texas Health’s first stand-alone, residential addiction treatment center. Construction is due to get underway this week.
The 100,000-square-foot, 80-bed facility will have four separate units for youths age 12 to 17, young adults 18 to 25, women and general population 25 and older, the Dallas Business Journal reported.
Patients at the center will be coached on fitness, nutrition and nonaddictive methods of pain management. They’ll also have access to daily medication and 12-step sessions, five hours per day of group therapy, and weekly individual therapy.
In addition, the center will provide one-on-one sessions with psychiatrists and addiction specialists. A variety of exercise and entertainment programs will also be available, including yoga, basketball, and a movie theater.