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a group works together in substance abuse treatment programsWe know that the time to heal begins the second you pick up the phone to call. Our treatment specialists have decades of experience as well as the necessary educational and professional backgrounds to quickly assess and place you or your loved one into the proper program by meeting you exactly where you are on the addiction spectrum. To learn more about our substance abuse treatment programs, please contact Vertava Health today at 844.451.0263.

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What does it mean to get help now?

At Vertava Health, we can help you heal. We offer treatment for a wide range of addictions, and we tailor all of our treatment programs to the individual’s unique needs.

Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Alcohol is the drug most widely used and one of the substances that cause the most addiction, disease, and violence. It is highly addictive and once a person becomes addicted to alcohol, quitting is extremely difficult.

You’re here because you are physically or mentally addicted to alcohol. You have a strong need, or craving, to drink. You feel like you must drink just to get by. Signs that you’re battling alcohol addiction may include:

Alcoholism is a disease. It’s not a weakness or a lack of willpower. Like most other diseases, it has a course that can be predicted, has known symptoms, and is affected by your genes and your life situation. With the help of our alcohol addiction treatment program, it is possible to heal and thrive in recovery.

Treatment for Illegal Drug Addiction

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more Americans die every day from drug overdoses than from car accidents, at an average of 110 people per day. Illegal drugs remain high on the list for users because they are highly addictive, are easy to find, and are cheap.

Heroin is the most widely used illegal drug, and its addictive properties are strong. People who use heroin may quickly go from using it to get high to using it to live. Quitting heroin without going through a drug treatment program is extremely difficult, if not impossible.

Treatment for Mental Health Disorders

Many times a person is struggling with a mental disorder such as anxiety, post-traumatic stress syndrome, depression, or obsessive-compulsive disorder. In lieu of getting proper treatment for these disorders, people may self-medicate, using drugs and alcohol to relieve the symptoms temporarily.

Mental illness is not cured by self-medicating. It will likely get worse.

Signs that you’re self-medicating to ease the pain of a mental illness may include:

  • You’re just back from a military tour abroad, and you can’t get the images of war out of your dreams unless you drink or use drugs.
  • You’ve been in a terrible car accident, and now you can’t drive your car without at least one Xanax to calm your nerves.
  • You’re always sad and in emotional pain unless you’re using drugs or alcohol.
  • The idea of going through the day without at least one dose of Vicodin causes you great stress and anxiety.

Your treatment plan should include an assessment by a clinician who specializes in co-occurring disorders. Co-occurring disorder treatment addresses addiction and mental illness that is happening simultaneously. Clients with co-occurring disorders have great success when assessed and diagnosed by a specialist in this area.

Instead Of 12 Steps, We Want You To Take Just One

At Vertava Health, we believe that to be successful in the long term. Your rehab treatment must compose three specific elements: a medical component, a mental health component, and a spiritual component.

Medical Assessments And Treatment

Drugs and alcohol respond differently in different metabolisms. Our medical professionals perform the necessary tests, clinical assessments, and services to provide you with a treatment solution to help you heal physically.

Medical detox can be the first step for many who come to us for treatment. This process is closely monitored by doctors in a safe environment. Some patients who come to us also need medication to either continue removing the addictive property from the system or treat mental illnesses like depression, PTSD, or obsessive-compulsive disorders.

Doctors and nurses staff our medical program. These experts know how to manage patients struggling with addiction and are an integral part of our overall substance abuse treatment program.

Mental Health Management

Our addiction treatment campuses have licensed professional counselors on staff. These experts have the training necessary to address common mental health disorders like anxiety or depression, which often cause or co-occur with drug and alcohol addiction.

In addition to that, our clients learn important mental health balance techniques like meditation and mindfulness. There is also a focus on having fun again, handling life stressors without drugs or alcohol, and anger management. The skills they learn are invaluable and are partially why our clients stay sober when they leave our treatment program.

Spirituality Education

We help our clients connect with God and teach them how believing and relying on spirituality for forgiveness and love can release them from their burden and give them back the life they deserve to live. Our Christian-based drug rehab facility is the only one of its kind in the country and has an 85% success rate, a number that is unheard-of in addiction treatment. Our clients learn how to see themselves as beloved children of God.

This life lesson fosters within them an emotional healing and strong sense of security that they will carry with them for life. Our spiritual tutelage is one of the strongest components of our treatment plan and is the reason our program is so successful.

Get Help Now at Vertava Health

Our addiction treatment specialists have the experience and educational and professional backgrounds to assess and place you into the proper program quickly. For more information about our substance abuse treatment programs, please contact Vertava Health today at 844.451.0263.