Co-Occurring Disorders

Approximately 8.9 million adults in the Unites States struggle with both a mental illness and a substance abuse disorder, according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Known as co-occurring disorder, this complex problem requires a specialized set of treatment modalities to effectively address both disorders at one time. The good news is […]

Substance Abuse Treatment Centers

Types of Substance Abuse There are a number of substances that can be abused under the substance use disorder definition: Alcohol Use Disorder People may be diagnosed with an alcohol use disorder (AUD) if they exhibit any of the following: Problems controlling amount of alcohol consumed Developing tolerance to alcohol (needing more of the substance […]

Mental Health Treatment Centers

Mental Health and Substance Abuse According to the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), people that have been diagnosed with a mental illness at some point in their lives are responsible for the following consumption statistics: 69 percent of the alcohol used 68 percent of cigarettes used 84 percent of cocaine used The Substance Abuse […]

Adolescents

Therapy and detox are essential here, removing all outside peer influence to help children understand the effects of drug and alcohol abuse. Adolescents are integrated into a supportive and nurturing environment with others they can often relate to. When surrounded by like-minded individuals that want a life free of drugs and alcohol, we begin to […]

Medical Care

Inpatient Care The inpatient program is a live-in facility program structured to help the most severe cases of substance abuse, with twenty-four hour, supervised medical care as needed. The inpatient program is offered in different increments of time based on the individual. Inpatient programs can range anywhere between 30 to 60 or 90 days total. […]
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