Greenhouse Treatment Center prides itself on its luxurious setting and high-end amenities, offered to all residential patients who come to start their path to recovery. Located in a former Neiman Marcus spa, Greenhouse provides its patients with indoor and outdoor pools, a fully-stocked fitness center with a proctored wellness program, and three meals a day crafted by expert executive chefs.
Because of the therapeutic environment, Greenhouse is able to offer a wealth of holistic therapies to promote recovery on a physical, spiritual, and emotional level. Whether you opt for yoga or meditation, Pilates or tai chi, fitness or spiritual reflection, Greenhouse can provide you the opportunity to participate in the holistic activity that most appeals to you.
Greenhouse is a strong proponent of the field known as pharmacogenetics, which uses the knowledge of an individual’s genetic makeup to inform what medications may be the best choice for them in treatment. Greenhouse utilizes AAC’s Addiction Labs of America to get genetic tests within 24-hours and integrates the knowledge into individual treatment plans.
Clinicians at Greenhouse are able to treat patients with co-occurring mental health disorders, adjusting medications or starting new medications if needed. We have 3 psychiatrists and 2 to 3 psychiatric nurse practitioners on staff at all times, and a group provides integrative therapy on a daily basis.
Greenhouse is equipped to care for medically-compromised patients and patients with physical health needs. We receive patients that were previously in the hospital and now are coming to Greenhouse to get treatment for their substance use disorder along with their medical condition.
Many staff members are in recovery, so they understand first-hand what it’s like to battle addiction and thrive in recovery. This gives the staff a level of compassion and empathy that is evident throughout the treatment process. A high staff-to-patient ratio helps optimize individualized patient care, and we also have 2 Spanish-speaking staff members. Sign language and other languages are accommodated via translation service. Greenhouse is a leader in treatment for patients in the LGBTQ community. We offer programming that is not just sensitive to and considerate of these identities, but that specializes in the specific set of challenges members of that community may face. This is why Greenhouse was recognized in 2014 as a HRC Leader in LGBT Healthcare
In 2018, Anthony Walters joined Greenhouse Treatment Center as its chief executive officer. Walters brings more than 20 years of experience serving individuals with addiction and mental illness. As a strong leader in the industry, Walters has not only helped to increase patient satisfaction, but has raised the overall standard of care for multiple facilities in several states. Walters strongly believes that addiction treatment works and there is hope for individuals suffering from addiction and mental illness. Walters encourages his staff to deliver the highest quality of care by providing outcome-oriented, evidence-based treatment that empowers patients to break the chains of addiction and live healthier lives. Among his many roles, Walters is often invited as a keynote speaker for major organizations in the field and serves as a mentor to aspiring CEOs in the addiction industry. He holds an MA in Health Services Administration from the University of Arkansas and a BA in Therapeutic Recreation from Henderson State University.
Dr. Fontaine is a member of the American Medical Association, the American Psychiatric Association, the Texas Society of Psychiatric Physicians, the American Society of Addiction Medicine, and the American Association of Medical Review Officers. She is also a Diplomate and Fellow of the American Board of Addiction Medicine and is a certified Medical Review Officer. Dr. Fontaine was one of the earliest physicians to undergo the additional training and DEA certification required for the prescribing of Suboxone and holds an unrestricted medical license in both Florida and Texas. After she completed her residency in the Geriatric Psychiatry program and was on faculty for 7 years, where she participated in research and patient evaluation for the Alzheimer’s and Related Disorder Research Center at UTSWMC, Dr. Fontaine entered private practice and quickly moved into an attending position for a Dallas UHS facility, where she gained additional expertise in the treatment of substance use disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder and eating disorders.
Jonathan Smith serves as the clinical director for Greenhouse, where he provides leadership and oversight to the clinical team and support staff. He earned his master’s degree from Widener University in Chester, PA before accumulating more than 20 years of experience working in the mental health and substance abuse field providing direct care and management services. Greenhouse is proud to have him on staff as he has served as a leader and educator on the needs of children, adolescents, and adults throughout the duration of his career. Notably, Smith has spent the last 6 years working with the Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network as a trained ASIST and QPR educator for suicide prevention and intervention.
Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) CARF is an independent nonprofit dedicated to ensuring that various areas of healthcare treatment meet lofty standards. The standards, policies, and accreditation process are actively overseen by an elected board of 11 directors. CARF’s mission is to “promote the quality, value, and optimal outcomes of services through a consultative accreditation process and continuous improvement services that center on enhancing the lives of persons served.” According to CARF, “Providers that meet our standards have demonstrated their commitment to being among the best available.”
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