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Sunspire Health Texas is located in Princeton, Texas, north of Dallas on 43 acres of beautiful land, providing a serene setting for adult men and women suffering with substance use and co-occurring disorders. The residential treatment facility offers a full continuum of care including on-site medical detox, residential, and Intensive Outpatient services. The 28,000 square foot facility boasts an expanse of land that offers patients the tranquil splendor of peace and serenity, while offering a modern environment and all of the amenities one could need to support their journey to recovery.

Texas DETOX Treatment

Detox is in an integral part of the recovery process that used is as the first phase of...

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Texas RESIDENTIAL Treatment

Sunspire Health offers residential treatment at each of its facilities nationwide. Our...

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Texas IOP Treatment

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Medical Minute

May 2nd, 2015 - Posted By Jonathan Horey, MD

I get this question from patients often though it's usually stated more affirmatively: "I just have an addictive personality." Usually patients have been told this by physicians, therapists and family members, not to mention numerous media outlets that perpetuate the idea of an addictive personality. Even people who have not had serious problems with addiction wonder if they have an addictive personality. My usual question after someone asks me if they have an addictive personality is to say, "What do you mean when you say 'addictive personality'." The answers are usually pretty fuzzy but the idea seems to revolve around...Read More

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Alcohol Use Disorder: The Facts & Figures

by: Joel Kaufman Ph.D.
The Swedish physician Magnus Huss introduced the term alcoholism in 1849 to describe a chronic alcohol intoxication that was characterized by severe physical pathology and disruption of social functioning. The rise of "the modern alcoholism movement" in the 1940s firmly embedded the terms alcoholism and alcoholic...Read More
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  • Relapse Prevention - strategies to avoid situations that might trigger drug or alcohol use.
  • Spiritual Support - Spirituality and religion are very personal matters that, for some, are a source of great strength.
  • 12-Step Treatment - At Astoria Pointe, we value the tremendous inspiration and support provided by the 12-step movement