In response to critical statewide need, Windmoor Healthcare offers inpatient treatment for substance use disorders and dual diagnosis. This affordable program, which can last up to 28 days, treats patients that struggle with alcohol use, drug use, compulsive gambling, and co-occurring disorders.
The program features cost-effective treatment for voluntary patients seeking assistance with a substance use disorder. Through an interdisciplinary approach overseen by a physician, patients gain insight into their destructive behavior patterns and replace them with healthy coping skills.
Treatment takes place in a dignified environment, over an intensive period of up to four weeks. A variety of personalized aftercare services help patients develop techniques to overcome emotional pressures and environmental triggers that lead to relapse.
It is common for people to use drugs as a crutch for a mental health disorder or develop a mental health disorder from substance use. This is called dual diagnosis or co-occurring disorders. Regardless of which condition is primary, this treatment program can help patients achieve both mental stability and long-term sobriety.
Assessments are conducted for every person seeking treatment to determine the right level of care. Our counselors also develop a psychosocial summary of each patient to better understand the factors that may have contributed to his or her substance use disorder.
Weekly aftercare groups as well as on-site and community self-help groups like Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and Gamblers Anonymous help program graduates continue to manage their recovery.
With focus on the initial steps of overcoming a substance use disorder, we use an individual model that includes medical and psychiatric treatment as needed. The program offers a strong foundation with helpful coping skills and features both psycho-educational and psychotherapy groups.
We cannot offer diagnosis, counseling, or recommendations online, but an assessment and referral specialist is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 727-541-2646. If you are currently experiencing an emergency, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
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