What We Treat
Addiction affects every aspect of an individual’s mental, social, emotional, and spiritual life.
It destroys relationships and leads to dangerous health problems, disability, and failure to meet major responsibilities at work, school, or home.
No matter who you are, or why you’ve come to this site, we know that recovery is possible.
With the proper intervention, detoxification, and subsequent treatment, you can go on to lead a life filled with purpose and hope.
With over 35 years of experience, Origins Behavioral HealthCare’s alcohol and other drug addiction treatment programs care for the entire individual, not only the disease. We know that you are more than your addiction and we understand that your unique challenges and strengths play a vital role in your recovery. At Origins, we treat every dimension of well-being through comprehensive, integrated treatment. From neurological interventions to spiritual support, our compassionate team offers sophisticated care for addiction and other co-occurring mental health disorders.
Alcohol is a drug and can be addictive with continued use. Alcohol remains the number one drug of choice for all age groups and is often combined with other drugs. At Origins, we treat people with alcoholism through clinically robust programming that addresses the underlying causes of alcohol use. Using advanced medical and clinical therapies and the time-honored 12-Step program, we help alcoholics heal: body, mind, and spirit.
Drug addiction is a complex neurobiological disease that requires holistic treatment. Individuals with drug addiction may use dangerous illegal drugs such as heroin, cocaine, or crystal meth. Alternatively, many prescription medications (such as opioids or benzodiazepines) are also addictive. People who have been using drugs often need comfortable medical detox which must be followed by intensive personal work. We treat drug addictions through Origins’ unique blend of medical, clinical, and spiritual services.
At Origins Behavioral HealthCare, we are passionate about helping individuals and their families overcome opioid addiction. Today, nearly two-thirds of the overdose deaths in the United States are due to opioids, both prescription and illegal. Our constellation of programs offer evidence-based, neurological interventions carefully designed to address the long-term effects of opioid addiction and provide a clear path to healing.
If someone has both addiction and a mental health disorder, they are classified as having co-occurring (a.k.a. “dual diagnoses“). These disorders impact nearly every aspect of an individual’s mental, physical, and spiritual life. From post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) to depression, the symptoms of these conditions often overlap with addiction. Unfortunately, people often receive treatment for one disorder while the other remains untreated. Origins’ addiction specialists include expert psychologists, psychiatrists, and master’s level clinicians who are skilled at diagnosing and treating patients with co-occurring conditions.