Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment
Co-occurring disorders, also known as dual diagnosis or dual disorders, apply to those who are diagnosed with a mental health disorder while also struggling with drug or alcohol addiction. Some examples of co-occurring disorders include: Cocaine Addiction and Depression, Alcoholism and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Bipolar Disorder and Binge Drinking. There is a wide spectrum of different combinations of co-occurring disorders.
Oftentimes, mental illness can be the underlying cause of addiction, and we take this into consideration when we map out a new patient’s treatment plan. An initial evaluation will help determine if the patient is dealing with mental illness in conjunction with a chemical dependency. We provide individualized co-occurring disorder treatment that will confront those symptoms while also addressing the person’s addiction.
Our Co-Occurring Disorder Treatment Program Addresses The Following:
- Bipolar Disorder
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Other Forms of Mental Illness – on a case by case basis
Alcohol Addiction Treatment
If you’ve been drinking heavily for a long period of time, it’s best to seek detox and alcohol treatment. Alcoholism is a disease that thousands, if not millions, of Americans are struggling with. If your goal is to commit to not drinking and you want a long-term recovery solution, our alcohol addiction treatment methods will help you achieve this objective.
Our treatment methods help reduce alcohol cravings and teach you how to deal with them going forward in life. While in alcohol treatment, you will learn how to build a support system as well as how to deal with daily stress and triggers in a healthy way.
Our Alcohol Addiction Treatment Center Treats the Following:
- Binge Drinking
- Alcohol Abuse
- Alcohol Dependence
Drug Addiction Treatment
Drug abuse is another disease that hundreds of thousands of Americans are currently struggling with. All drugs, when abused, are harmful to your body, but the effects differ – depending on the substance. Unfortunately, many experimental drug users start by simply trying to get high, but they quickly become addicted because their body has become dependent on their substance of choice.
Once your body becomes dependent on a substance, you will need to undergo detox in order to safely withdraw from the drug. But treatment doesn’t stop after detox! You will need ongoing treatment, support and therapies to alleviate your cravings and learn how to deal with life’s ups and downs without drug use. That’s where Maryland Recovery comes in.
Our Drug Treatment Center Treats Addiction To:
- Other Common Street Drugs
- Prescription Drugs (more on Prescriptions below)
- Misused Opiates
- Other Types of Substance Abuse and Chemical Dependencies
Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment
Prescription drug abuse is growing rapidly in our society. Physicians can be quick to prescribe painkillers after surgeries or to help their patients deal with pain stemming from an accident or injury. Unfortunately for many patients, this may lead to prescription drug dependence. When your body becomes dependent on prescription drugs, a personalized. long-term drug treatment plan will be necessary to fully alleviate the addiction.