At our drug rehab center, we are dedicated to providing all of our clients with the care they need to reach their recovery goals.
Our mission is to provide quality, compassionate, and innovative care to adults struggling with addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders. Through comprehensive and customized treatment plans, our research-based, empathetic care we instill hope that long-term recovery is possible.
Where You Beat Your Addiction
We take a big picture approach to addiction treatment — by addressing each client as a whole person. We work to consider how factors such as your lifestyle, environment, health, and co-occurring mental health disorders may play a part in your addiction involving drugs or alcohol.
Dual Diagnosis (Co-Occurring Disorders)
Dual diagnosis, or co-occurring disorders care is the simultaneous treatment of substance use disorder and co-occurring mental health issues. Up to 50 percent of those with mental health disorders also have a substance abuse problem.
No matter what led to their addiction in the first place, we know that different clients have different need for addiction recovery treatment. In order to ensure that we can afford our clients the care they need regardless of the circumstances that led to their addiction to begin with, we are dedicated to ensuring we have as many different possible treatments as we are able.
Drug Withdrawal Symptoms, Timelines, & Treatment
By ensuring we have a full complement of treatments with which to support our clients, we can be sure that we’re providing our clients with the most effective possible care.
Heroin and Opiates
One of the treatment strategies we provide at our substance abuse treatment center is dual diagnosis mental health treatment. When a client is struggling with both an addiction and a co-occurring disorder, simply treating the addiction will leave the client at risk of a relapse when the leave the drug rehab center.
This is because if only the addiction is treated, then the client may still be struggling with the symptoms of the co-occurring mental health disorder. In instances like this, the client runs the risk of returning to substance abuse in an attempt to self-medicate the remaining symptoms of the co-occurring mental health disorder.