Extended Care for Co-occurring Disorders Treatment
At Hellenic Practice, we know that co-occurring issues play a vital role in the success of the recovery process, and that’s why we offer a full range of services for the proper diagnosis and treatment of all degrees of co-occurring disorders.
According to the reports of research conducted by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), there is strong correlational evidence between addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders. Their recent research suggests that about one in three patients with alcohol abuse and 50% of drug abuse patients are simultaneously suffering from a mental health disorder. These statistics are of utmost importance to victims of addiction or their families, as these co-occurring issues are those that drive the patient back into addiction. Addicts undergoing therapy usually complain of battling intense feelings of anxiety or depression which made quitting drugs almost impossible. Hellenic Practice recognizes that co-occurring mental disorders play a major role in sustaining addiction, and that’s why we offer a full range of services for the proper diagnosis and treatment of any co-occurring disorders. Are you or any of your loved ones fighting addiction and also experience symptoms similar to those of co-occurring disorders? Hellenic Practice can help you!
Most Common Co-Occurring Disorders
- Anxiety disorders
- Bipolar Disorder
- Borderline Personality D/O
- Trauma/Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Other personality disorders
- Eating Disorders
Hellenic Practice Extended Care
At Hellenic Practice, we see addiction as a dysfunctional state whereby people opt for unhealthy choices. Many factors are responsible for these reactions which increases the tendency of an individual becoming an addict. Factors that can lead to addiction include trauma, grief, loss, and co-occurring mental conditions such as anxiety and depression. Because every client has unique problems, Hellenic Practice tailors the treatment of each patient to address the particular circumstances of the individual.
Hellenic Practice is aware of the number of complications surrounding these type of problems, and our scientifically proven treatment programs are specifically designed to solve these challenges.
Hellenic Practice Extended care program was developed specially for clients who have been discharged from primary care treatment. Primary treatment or detox is the first stage of the rehabilitation process and involves helping the client have better control over factors that contributed to their addiction. Extended care is a program designed for people who have been living a drug or alcohol-free life for some time, and are now consolidating on the progress made in the primary treatment phase of the rehab process to live healthy addiction-free lives after leaving the center. Clients in Extended care attend the Hellenic Practice Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient programs. They also receive 24/7 support and care and live in a safe and secure environment devoid of drugs and alcohol.