Living through a trauma can change the way you view yourself and the world. This experience can become even more difficult to manage when you’re struggling with a substance use disorder along with the effects of posttraumatic stress disorder.
Being a trauma survivor doesn’t have to permanently impact your quality of life. Making the decision to get addiction and co-occurring posttraumatic stress disorder treatment is an act of courage that can put you on the path to better health.
When you seek addiction and co-occurring posttraumatic stress disorder treatment, you can begin to process the trauma that has caused the intense experiences, overwhelming emotions, and physical pain you’ve been suffering from.
Throughout the treatment process, you’ll gain healthier coping tools that will help you manage daily tasks, perform better at work, and start to rebuild trusting relationships. You’ll also learn relapse prevention techniques so that you can experience sustained recovery from the substance use disorder you’ve been struggling with.
By getting co-occurring PTSD treatment, you’ll also learn that you are not alone in your experience as a trauma survivor. You’ll meet others who are living with the impact of trauma, allowing you to build a support network you can have with you long after you leave treatment.
Healing from trauma is an individual process, and it’s important that you choose the type and level of care that is right for you.
Wellness Resource Center offers treatment options that can help you achieve lasting recovery from addiction and co-occurring posttraumatic stress disorder.
Co-occurring posttraumatic stress disorder treatment at our center begins with phase I, which is our partial hospitalization program (PHP) with community housing. Clients start building the skills they need to transition back to their daily lives through the highly structured support of the day treatment environment.
Phase II of co-occurring PTSD treatment at Wellness Resource Center is our intensive outpatient program (IOP). This step-down level of care offers part-time treatment that supports clients as they seek employment and more fully transition back to their communities.
As you progress through co-occurring PTSD treatment, we may recommend that you transition to phase III, which is long-term support provided through transitional housing or sober living. We will work with you every step of the way to identify the level of care that best fits your needs.
We designed the co-occurring posttraumatic stress disorder treatment we provide to reflect our clients’ diverse experiences and backgrounds. No two people are exactly alike, and their co-occurring PTSD treatment shouldn’t be either.
When you choose Wellness Resource Center, you’ll benefit from a length of stay that we customize to your specific circumstances. Regardless of what phase of co-occurring PTSD treatment you begin with, we’ll collaborate with you on the optimal time frame for you to remain in our care.
Our phased, step-down format provides a roadmap that guides you through the co-occurring PTSD treatment process, starting with an intensive, structured level of care and ending with a more flexible format that encourages our clients to take accountability for their treatment process and success.
This thorough and seamless extended care continuum helps Wellness Resource Center stand out as an exceptional provider of addiction and co-occurring PTSD treatment.
Our caring and compassionate team is here to support you through the admissions process once you’ve made the decision to get help for addiction and co-occurring posttraumatic stress disorder.
Here’s a brief overview of our admissions process:
- Contact us 24/7 to schedule an assessment, which you can complete in person or over the phone.
- Your assessment will involve a conversation about whether Wellness Resource Center is the right fit for your recovery needs.
- You’re welcome to ask questions throughout the assessment process.
- We’ll collect additional information and set your admission date if we determine that our facility is the best fit for you.
- We can make the appropriate referral if we determine that you would benefit from co-occurring PTSD treatment at another facility.
- Once you arrive at our center, we’ll give you a tour, introduce you to our staff, and walk you through our policies and procedures.
- You’ll complete a comprehensive assessment, and then our team will develop your addiction and co-occurring PTSD treatment plan.
- You’ll then start addiction and co-occurring PTSD treatment at Wellness Resource Center.
Every person who seeks addiction and co-occurring posttraumatic stress disorder treatment at Wellness Resource Center follows a personalized treatment plan that we tailor specifically to them. Depending on their unique strengths and challenges, a person’s individualized treatment plan might include:
- Various experiential therapies
- Family and group therapy
- Individual therapy
- Medication management services
Our multidisciplinary team also integrates elements of motivational interviewing, the 12 Steps of recovery, dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).
We’ll complete a detailed assessment before beginning co-occurring PTSD treatment to identify the therapies and services that are right for you.
When a person is suffering from untreated posttraumatic stress disorder, they are at risk for experiencing many different adverse effects. PTSD can cause strained relationships, make it difficult to accomplish daily responsibilities, and lead to substance abuse or the development of an addiction.
But by getting help, you can learn to manage this condition and live a happier, more satisfying life.