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Co-Occuring Mental Health Treatment

Have you ever thought that your drinking or drug use might be related to problems with depression or anxiety? More than 20 million Americans struggle with alcohol or drug use. Of those, almost 8 million also had a problem with depression, anxiety, or other mental health disorders. These are called Co-Occurring disorders, and they require specialized treatment.

Many people who have mental health disorders such as depression, bipolar, or anxiety also find themselves turning to drugs and alcohol to cope with symptoms. Participating in co-occurring intensive outpatient treatment allows you to learn skills to get and stay sober, as well as focus treatment on coping with mental health symptoms.

Intensive outpatient allows you to stay at home, but come to treatment typically 3 days a week. You can continue to work, care for family, live your life--while getting the support and care you need for recovery. For those with opiate abuse, we offer Suboxone treatment.

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The bulk of intensive outpatient is done in a group setting, and led by a licensed clinician. Addiction and mental health issues affect not just you, but your loved ones, as well. They are invited to attend family groups. Options for individual therapy and medication management are available.

If you aren't getting the results you want from traditional outpatient therapy and medication management, consider coming to intensive outpatient treatment to develop coping skills, learn how to communicate more effectively, and live the life you were meant to live.

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Intensive Outpatient Treatment bridges the needs between traditional outpatient and acute psychiatric hospitalization.

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