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Mental Health

Mental health issues can often be masked by addiction.

Often times substance abuse can cause the mental health condition, which is called a co-occurring disorder.

Co-occurring disorders by their very nature are the combination of afflictions, like alcohol and depression. Sometimes it’s hard to tell which came first, and which is the result of the other.

Choosing the right place to start is vital to recovery for someone facing mental health issues. Clients who suffer from dual diagnosis and mental health complications usually cannot rely on traditional facilities for help. Dual diagnosis requires specialized, integrated care. We help our clients find personalized treatment, tailored to understand their disorder(s), as well as where they will receive the tools necessary to make positive changes in their overall well-being.

Mental health issues can show up as depression, anxiety, PTSD, obsessive-compulsive tendencies, self-harm such as cutting and pulling out hair, or anger and rage. These disorders are treatable and relief is possible through proper assessment and treatment protocols. Treatment options can include psychotherapy, individual and group therapy sessions, medication management, case management, peer-to-peer support, family support, and a comprehensive long-term care plan.

We refer our clients to programs that offer a personalized holistic approach to rehabilitation and treatment for mental health complications and co-occurring disorders that may accompany symptoms.

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