Santé Center for Healing continues to vigilantly assess and monitor this dynamic situation. We follow best practices and make decisions based on the recommendations and guidance provided by the international World Health Organization (WHO), the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), CARF International, the Texas Department of State Health Services, and the Denton County Health Department. We take great pride in maintaining the highest standards of cleanliness and hygiene and continue to implement well-established infection prevention protocols throughout the recovery continuum of care. “As it has always been at Santé Center for Healing, the safety of our clients, families and team members remains our highest priority,” adds Santé COO Sam Slaton, M.ED., LPC-S, MBA, MHSM. Just as it has been for our 24 years providing recovery, we remain committed to quality treatment, health and safety. Know that when you admit to Santé Center for Healing, your health, safety and long-term recovery is priority today and every day.
UPDATE: We have postponed outside visitors per the most recent CDC recommendations. Patients and clients continue to have support and connection with family and friends through scheduled online, interactive platforms.
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