After filing a complaint against the California Community Care Licensing Division for bringing a weapon into it’s facility, Sovereign Health’s Rancho San Diego adolescent trauma facility has been at the center of unnecessary and intense scrutiny.
Take and in-depth look at how the Trump Administration has worked to undermine the effectiveness of the Affordable Care Act. Sovereign Media’s media correspondent, Alyssa Bochenek takes you, month by month, through President Trump’s executive orders and media disinformation campaigns and how these affect some of the most vulnerable Americans.
Eating disorders have many causes and symptoms and can affect anyone, but oftentimes, false information is spread about the disease. Sovereign Health Media Correspondent, Alyssa Bochenek, sits down with Sarah Atchison, a Clinician at Sovereign Health, to break down and debunk five myths surrounding eating disorders and let you know how we can help if you or a loved one are experiencing one.
Eating disorders are the deadliest form of mental illness, and yet are more common than most people realize. That’s why it’s so vitally important to quickly and effectively identify and address them.
Recently Dr. Tonmoy Sharma, the Chief Executive Officer of Sovereign Health, was featured in the Orange County Business Journal for his organization’s success in providing exceptional quality treatment and care to patients with mental health and substance use disorders by using measurement based-care.
Measurement-based care is a phrase that many people may not be familiar with, but it’s proving to make a substantial difference in the delivery of treatment to those suffering from addiction and co-occurring mental health issues. Using measurement-based care, Sovereign Health can ensure that patients make remarkable progress during their stay in treatment.
Watch this segment on FOX 31 Denver to hear what makes Sovereign’s methods different from most other addiction treatment centers. Tonmoy Sharma, M.B.B.S., M.S.c., the founder and CEO of Sovereign Health, explains how patients are the highest priority. “We believe that mental illness, addiction and cognitive deficits are brain diseases that constrain people’s lives, but they do not define them. We see our patients as human beings and honor them for their independent qualities,” says Dr. Sharma.