Mental Health Issues Can Slow Your Addiction Recovery
Mental health disorders and substance use disorders frequently occur together. Many of our patients who have come to us seeking addiction treatment have also suffered from depression, anxiety, PTSD, personality disorders, and bipolar disorders. If you’re suffering from mental health issues and addiction, know that you’re not alone. And rest assured that help is here.
“It is my privilege to work with each client and to see the qualities that they possess as they go through the program. Each of them is a blessing to me. Through God and His guidance, He can give direction to each client for a clean and sober future for them and their families.”
– Counselor Vici Brown
A Comprehensive Treatment Approach
If you have both a mental health disorder and a substance use disorder, it is important that we develop a treatment plan that addresses both. We are staffed by licensed clinical counselors who will provide the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment you need. We also provide psych-only services to outpatients with no drug or alcohol problems.
Specifically, we can help you with:
- Dual diagnosis of substance use disorder and mental and emotional disorders
- Intensive trauma treatment
- Grief and loss
- Anxieties, phobias, and panic disorder
- Major depressive disorder, dysthymia, bipolar disorder
Any of our clinical treatments may be paired with specialty therapeutic services to develop a plan that is unique to your needs.
- Canine-Assisted Support
- Therapeutic Art
- Gardening and Horticultural Support
- Spiritual formation
We offer a range of therapies and can work with you to find the approach that works best for you.
- Internal Family Systems Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral
- Narrative Therapy
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (individual sessions for follow-up of IOP referrals)
Meet Janine F.
Suffering from anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and night terrors during her recovery, Janine F. turned to the mental health experts at New Destiny. See how our therapists were able to help her improve her relationships and self-worth and maintain her sobriety.