Understanding mental health is a crucial component to overcoming addiction. Often, the two are intimately linked. Addicts must address underlying psychological issues that are driving their behaviors before those behaviors can change. Unfortunately, the stigma around mental health acts as a barrier to treatment in many cases.
New Start Recovery’s program is built around breaking those barriers through individual, group, and family therapy. Our case managers are trained mental health professionals who assess each addict’s needs on an individualized basis. That way, we can provide the highest level of care possible by addressing unique circumstances, including coexisting mood disorders, behavioral problems, and/or trauma history. A tailored mental health treatment program such as this at New Start Recovery is much more likely to keep addicts on the road to recovery.
What is Dual Diagnosis Treatment?
How We Address Mental Health
Mood disorders, behavioral disorders, and trauma all play a crucial role in the dynamics of substance abuse. If you or your loved one can’t seem to make it over the hill alone, a mental illness may be to blame. Dual diagnosis is a self-perpetuating cycle of dysfunction that affects vulnerable people who need help the most.
The more severe the mental illness, the more likely a person is to abuse drugs/alcohol. New Start assesses all clients for any mental health problems that may factor into their treatment plan and provides evidence-based therapy to help start their recovery. Through various therapies, our team of addiction treatment professionals can help individuals identify and heal from the mental health issues contributing to or arising from their dependency upon drugs or alcohol. Some of our therapies include:
Find the Right Addiction and Mental Health Treatment Program at New Start Recovery
Healing from addiction takes time and requires patience. Addressing the physical effects of a substance use disorder is important, but equally necessary is dealing with any mental health issues that arise or contribute to dependency. At New Start Recovery, we offer an extensive mental health treatment program addressing:
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