The long-term programs of treatment for substance-related and addictive disorders are very effective. They typically concentrate on avoiding drug use and resuming activities in the context of professional, social, and family responsibilities.
When a person's first screening and evaluation, it could be evident to the physician that one or more co-occurring mental health issues may have been a factor in the cause of the addiction. The disorders could include depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder in 2014, around 7.9 million people have been diagnosed as having co-occurring disorders in the United States. With integrated treatment that addresses addiction as well as the mental health of the patient with cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) and medication-assisted treatment, the client has a high likelihood of being successful.
These can assist the person recovering to connect with others with the same addictive disorder which can boost motivation and decreases feelings of loneliness. They can also serve as a useful source of education, community and knowledge.
Every patient's needs are unique. That's why we create an individual treatment plan that is tailored to each patient.