We’ve made a commitment to improving the quality of life within our great community and impacting the world, with positive ripple effects for generations to come.

Since 1996 Santé Center for Healing has been about the power and experience of hope, health and healing (so much so, it’s in our name). These beliefs are who we are. Our focus on long-term recovery and impacting associated systems (families, communities and professions) are intricately intertwined.  

We know the work we do today and tomorrow has the potential to deeply and powerfully impact individuals, families and communities. In addition to our work with clients and their families, we embrace the responsibility and privilege to be a strong corporate citizen.  

Santé engages in both charitable giving and volunteer involvement efforts within our community. We partner to raise awareness for substance abuse prevention, mental health, trauma resolution and so much more. We engage with other organizations of purpose to amplify and enact real, positive change. 

We’ve had supportive, collaborative relationships with each of the following incredible organizations, and we welcome you to join us in supporting them. 

 

  • 100 Club of Denton
  • A Chance to Change  
  • American Society of Addiction Medicine
  • Argyle ISD Eagle Partner
  • Argyle ISD Girls Basketball Booster 
  • Argyle High School Majestics Drill Team 
  • Artists & Musicians in Recovery  
  • Bonton Farms
  • CARE Dallas
  • Collaborative Divorce Denton County
  • Denton County Children’s Advocacy Center 
  • Denton County Drug Court
  • Denton County Family Court
  • Denton County Sheriff’s Dept.
  • Denton ISD Adopt-A-School-District Partner 
  • Denton ISD Booster Club
  • Greater Dallas Council on Alcohol & Drug Abuse
  • Hope is Alive
  • Houston Eating Disorder Specialists (HEDS)
  • Hundred Club of Denton, Supporters of the Denton Police Department 
  • International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals (IAEDP) – DFW Chapter 
  • International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals (IAEDP) – Lubbock Chapter 
  • International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals (IAEDP) – San Antonio Chapter 
  • International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP)
  • John Lott Celebrity Invitational
  • Mental Health America of Greater Dallas  
  • Minding the Badge’s First Responders Alliance 
  • National Alliance on Metal Illness (NAMI), North Texas 
  • National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA)
  • NASW (National Association of Social Workers) – Oklahoma Chapter
  • OEDA (Oklahoma Eating Disorder Association) 
  • OPHP (Oklahoma Pharmacists Helping Pharmacists)
  • Parents Helping Parents, Inc.
  • R.O.O. Reactive to Opioid Overdose
  • Ranch Hands Rescue
  • Recovery Resource Council
  • Refuge for Women
  • Salvation Army of Denton
  • Samaritan Counseling Center of East Texas
  • SASH (Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health)
  • Solutions of North Texas
  • Solutions Outpatient Services
  • Special Olympics of North Texas
  • TAAP (Texas Association Addiction Professionals) – Austin Chapter
  • TAAP (Texas Association Addiction Professionals) – Dallas Chapter
  • TAAP (Texas Association Addiction Professionals) – Fort Worth Chapter
  • TBHLT (Texoma Behavioral Health Leadership Team)
  • The Council on Recovery, Houston 
  • The Recovery Center, Oklahoma City  
  • Trauma Education Association (TEA)
  • Twelfth Step Ministry 
  • United Way of Denton County
  • University of North Texas Eagle Peer Recovery Program
  • WTF (Winning the Fight)