Specialized Medical Team
You’ll benefit from compassionate, comprehensive medical care. Our medical director is a licensed physician who is board certified by the American Board of Addiction Medicine and a fellow of the American Society of Addiction Medicine. Your medical team also includes a psychiatrist, psychiatric nurse practitioner certified as a drug, alcohol and compulsive gambling counselor, an AANP board-certified family nurse practitioner and 24/7 nursing staff.
We provide alcohol and drug detox services for even the most complex situations, including pregnant women and those with chronic health conditions. Our 24/7 medical team will monitor you around the clock and immediately attend to any discomfort. We’ll prescribe evidence-based medications as clinically appropriate to ease withdrawal symptoms. Learn more about alcohol and drug detox.
Physical and Mental Health Assessments
You’ll take part in thorough assessments to determine the physical, mental and situational factors contributing to your addiction. We provide a history and physical as well as psychiatric and trauma assessments. This helps us craft a treatment plan that tackles addiction from all angles.
We treat mental health disorders that commonly co-occur with addiction such as depression, anxiety, ADHD, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, and other personality and mood disorders. Each client is assessed for co-occurring mental health disorders. We ensure any previous diagnoses are accurate and prescribe evidence-based medications (non-controlled) as clinically appropriate. You’ll meet regularly with our psychiatric nurse practitioner or psychiatrist as needed.
Care for Medical Conditions
Our specially trained and licensed medical team can treat a number of physical ailments such as diabetes, hypertension, liver disease, chronic pain, Hepatitis C, dental issues and communicable diseases. We also have strong relationships with a network of consultants in the area for other needs. Sometimes clients come in already diagnosed with these conditions. Other times they begin to surface after they stop numbing with drugs and alcohol and “wake up” in their bodies.