Co-Occurring Disorders

The term co-occurring disorder refers to an individual with one or more substance use conditions as well as one or more mental health conditions.

Substance abuse and mental health tend to go hand in hand, and in order to treat one you also need to treat the other.

An example of co-occurring disorders is an individual addicted to alcohol who also has depression, or an individual dependant on pain killers who also has Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

It is proven in recent studies that integrating treatment for both substance abuse and mental health while in a rehab program lowers the relapse rate and therefore is a more effective approach.

Common mental health conditions include:

  • Bipolar disorder
  • Depression
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Attention Deficit Disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Borderline Personality Disorder

Our private drug and alcohol program is fully staffed with both psychologist and counselors who have over 20 years experience and are able to diagnose and treat mental health disorders along with the substance abuse disorders.

Our program is well rounded with cognitive therapy classes, group education classes, daily individual sessions and psychiatric evaluations in addition to our holistic and experiential therapies.

At Ranch Creek Recovery we offer top of the line care for our clients and are capable of treating most mental health conditions along with substance abuse.

For more information on what we treat, call our program today for a confidential assessment.