Mental Health Treatment
Because there is a myriad of mental health issues, behavioral therapy depends on the mental health diagnosis and its severity. It may be that a combination of different treatment methods is what will work best. The same is true of mental health addiction treatment. Co-occurring disorders impact mental state and can cause addiction to alcohol or drugs. Dual diagnosis mental health and substance abuse should be addressed simultaneously by the same skilled, caring, and professional team. If you or someone you love could benefit from mental health addiction treatment, contact Avedis Detox online, or call us confidentially at 833.514.0579 today.
An IOP is another stepping stone into a recovery-based lifestyle but without the residential component. Our intensive outpatient program provides the support and structure of addiction treatment as clients transition back into society. Clients receive care on a schedule that fits their needs while returning home in the evenings to take care of their other responsibilities. Contact our campus located on South La Brea Avenue to learn more about our intensive outpatient program in Los Angeles by calling 833.514.0579.
Finding The Mental Health Treatment You Need
If your mental illness is mild, not connected with addiction, and with only easily manageable symptoms, receiving treatment from your primary care provider or family doctor may be sufficient to get mental health treatment. On the other hand, mental health addiction treatment should be from a skilled, professional team of doctors and staff. Receiving care in a safe, clean facility could be what is needed to overcome co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders and begin recovery.
With more notable people, from athletes to celebrities, every day speaking freely about their unique struggles with mental health issues, no one should have to feel alone. With dedicated care available at treatment centers like Avedis, the help you need has never been more within reach.
The Most Common Mental Health Issues Today
Roughly one in four adults in the U.S. is suffering from a diagnosable mental disorder.
Approximately 9.5% of American adults ages 18 and over will suffer from a depressive illness, including:
- Bipolar disorder
Nearly twice that many between the ages of 18- 54 have an anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorders include:
- Panic disorder
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Anxiety disorder
- Phobias (like social phobia, agoraphobia, or other specific phobias)
There are a number of different mental health issues, many of which have roots in childhood trauma, that impact millions of Americans every day. Many of those, in particular the depressive illnesses that are co-occurring with substance abuse, are treatable with professional, trained care at Avedis mental health treatment Los Angeles.
Mental Health Addiction Treatment
The mental health problems commonly co-occurring with abuse or an addiction to drugs and alcohol include depression, bipolar disorder, and anxiety. Substance abuse and addiction are intrinsically linked to mental health, and the number of people suffering is significant.
- Nearly 50% of adults suffering from severe mental health disorders are also affected by drug or alcohol addiction
- Over a third of all people addicted to alcohol, and more than half of those abusing drugs, have at least one mental illness that must also be treated to experience a full recovery
- Approximately 30 percent of those diagnosed as mentally ill also have an alcohol or drug abuse issue
Struggling through more than one battle at a time can feel like the odds are stacked against you and your recovery. It may seem as though the world is cruel and unfair without a viable future. But there is always hope. Support can come from a circle of family and understanding friends sharing their love and a willingness to help yourself. But through professional treatment for co-occurring mental health and addiction disorders, control and a happier, healthier life in recovery is achievable.
We offer the following programs:
- Inpatient Detox
- Residential Rehab
- Partial Hospitalization Program
- Intensive Outpatient Program
- Medication Assisted Treatment
- Outpatient treatment
- Alcoholics Anonymous Support
- Narcotics Anonymous Support
Learn More at Avedis Detox
If you are struggling with addiction, learn how mental health addiction treatment at Avedis Detox can help you start rebuilding your life and repairing your most important relationships. Don’t hesitate to contact us today using our secure online form or call us at 833.514.0579 for a confidential consultation.