Co-Occurring Disorders

Welcome to The Source Addiction Treatment Center & Our Specialized Programs Aimed at Treating Co-occurring Disorders

The fact that drug and alcohol addiction are at all-time highs is no secret. Among many other despicable things, drug companies have rewarded doctors for overprescribing dangerous and highly addictive opiates. Many people with co-occurring disorders have done nothing more than follow their doctor’s suggestions, only to end up in a hopeless state of addiction through no fault of their own.

The good news at The Source Addiction Treatment Center is that there is no such thing as hopelessness. Regardless of what someone may have done in the past, we welcome them as family as soon as they arrive here. And we know from our own experience that anyone who is willing to be honest with themselves and follow a simple treatment and recovery plan will succeed. Many of us have been in your shoes. We uniquely understand the loneliness and desperation because we have lived it. Now – we want to help you or your loved one who is still struggling.

What are Co-Occurring Disorders?

Behavioral professionals define co-occurring disorders as, “People who have substance use disorders, as well as mental health disorders, are diagnosed as having co-occurring disorders, or dual disorders.” To complicate things even more, many people diagnosed with mental health disorders during treatment were unaware that they existed.

Our belief at The Source is that substance abuse and addiction are most often symptoms of an underlying condition. As clients begin to speak out at individual and group therapy sessions, we often find a history of trauma that can trace as far back as early childhood. Incidents of violence, sexual abuse, rape, and alcoholic parents have devastating long term effects.

Since people experience trauma differently and have different therapeutic needs, we individualize each client’s treatment plan. The goal for each client is to identify and treat the internal trauma or other mental health disorder. When the “issues” are identified, and clients continue to work through their treatment plan, life becomes like a giant jigsaw puzzle. All the pieces are there, and you learn how to put all those pieces together again through treatment and recovery.

What to Expect

Upon arrival, clients are greeted and welcomed by our entire staff before beginning the intake process. As part of the intake, every client receives a thorough medical exam, including blood work and a full psychological evaluation. This information is used to begin creating each client’s individualized treatment plan. In addition to their personalized therapy plan, every client has group and individual therapy several times weekly. Other treatments that specifically focus on identifying and treating underlying issues are provided by well-known experts in their field and may include:

  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy
  • Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT)
  • Brain Mapping Therapy

While attending treatment with housing, clients reside in our fully equipped luxury single-family homes – many with private swimming pools, back yard patios, and barbeque areas.

There is no Time like the Present

Delaying treatment can only make a bad situation worse. If someone has a cancerous tumor, they do not wait to have it removed. Addiction and the underlying causes will not go away by themselves. We know and understand this because many of us tried that approach, and failed.

No one should have to live with the pain of addiction and all of the risks that come with it. At The Source Treatment Center, we will welcome, love, and heal our clients with compassionate treatment in a family atmosphere.  Call today and begin the journey to a life filled with love and joy. An addiction professional is available 24/7 by calling (800) 204-0418.

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We truly believe that each client is an individual with unique life circumstances. We help the client recognize and correct the dysfunctional behavior patterns that have overtaken their existence and ultimately heal the pain of the past, so they can lead a healthy, addiction-free life.