The majority of individuals with substance use problems will also struggle with their mental health. For example, 25-50% of men and women with substance use problems may also struggle with disordered eating. Conditions such as anxiety disorders, depression, trauma/PTSD and personality disorders also commonly coexist with substance use disorders.
At The Recovery Clinic, we have built our clinic on an integrative model. Integrative care is more effective in treating co-occurring disorders than programs focused on only problem at a time. Our professional team is cross-trained and our comprehensive assessment process allows us to create a customized treatment plan to get you on the road to recovery.
Substance abuse and addiction are complex. And their impact extends beyond the individual. Loved ones and entire families can suffer from the hold that substance abuse and addiction can have on someone they care about. The Recovery Clinic is here to care for both the individuals struggling and the people who care about them.
The Recovery Clinic offers therapeutic services and clinical nutrition counseling for individuals struggling with eating disorders/disordered eating, body image and other addictive/compulsive behaviors related to food. It is common for eating disorders to co-occur with substance abuse problems and often eating problem first emerge in childhood. Our clinic is uniquely equipped to treat co-occurring disorders simultaneously, improving the ability for clients to achieve and sustain recovery. We also offer experienced help for parents and caregivers struggling with family feeding issues including help for children, adolescents and adults with medically stable ARFID.
Beyond substance abuse and addiction, the care team at The Recovery Clinic has the background and expertise to treat other addictive/compulsive behaviors as well as other common co-occurring mental health conditions such as anxiety, depression, trauma/PTSD, and personality disorders.