Residential Mental Health Treatment
What is Residential Mental Health Treatment?
The residential level of care is the most intensive type of treatment for mental health. In a residential mental health rehab, patients attend a full day of mental health treatment at least 5 days a week, sleeping at the clinical facility every night as well. It is considered the best and most effective option for mental health care, especially for those who need 24-hour care and supervision while in treatment or would benefit from it.
Our Residential Mental Health Treatment Program
Our highly trained clinical team develops an individualized Master Treatment Plan for every person we treat. Don’t settle for programs that don’t offer true primary mental health treatment.
Evidence-based mental health care is our focus.
Mental health treatment here includes:
You or your loved one deserve complete mental health treatment from professionals fully invested in their success. Effective treatment clears the road ahead for continued wellness and further progress.
Mental Health Conditions We Treat
At NP Addiction Clinic, we take a holistic approach to recovery, providing trial-tested treatment for many mental health conditions. Grounded in compassion and care, we have shared an overview of some of the mental health conditions we treat in our primary mental health residential treatment services below.
Depression affects people’s thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Causing intense feelings of sadness or numbness to arise, depression can leave people struggling to find joy or meaning in life, leading to suicide or suicidal thoughts. Self-medicating with drugs or alcohol can become a crutch to evade these depressive episodes.
Emotionally unstable personality disorder (EUPD), otherwise known as a borderline personality disorder (BPD), causes people to experience intense, fluctuating emotions. These intense highs and lows can last anywhere between a few hours up to a week at a time.
Many people living with EUPD are survivors of trauma. As a result, it is common to have a dual diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
PTSD is a condition that can occur after experiencing a traumatic event. Anything that puts someone under extreme or prolonged stress can cause trauma. Triggered when traumatic memories are incorrectly processed, according to research, around 50% of people seeking substance abuse treatment meet the criteria for PTSD.
The Benefits of Mental Wellness
Mental wellness is not easy to achieve. With the additional challenge of substance addiction, it can take a significant amount of work to maintain. However, the benefits of consciously working to improve your mental health are extensive, especially in this time of global chronic stress.
In addition to increasing susceptibility for addiction, stress leads to decreased focus, cognitive impairment, anger, irrationality, irritability, physical ailments, and fear. However, by working holistically on our mental wellness, the risk of stress is reduced.
Some other benefits of mental wellness include:
A sense of inner peace
Reduced risk of depression
What To Expect During Residential Mental Health Treatment
At NP Addiction Clinic, we are proud to offer our patients the comprehensive and supportive care they need to master their mental health.. We want everyone who attends our center to leave treatment with a full understanding of their mental health condition and the tools they need to manage it and continue their progress for life.
When undiagnosed or untreated mental health symptoms are alleviated, life gets better. It also greatly reduces the chance of turning to substance use to change the way you feel (AKA ‘self-medicating’). We are committed to helping you find healthy coping skills to manage your emotional difficulties without resorting to the use of substances.
We combine various techniques and therapies to find the most effective way to improve each person’s wellbeing. Working with a specialist to ease the symptoms of mental health conditions, many of our clients can work towards greater happiness and prosperity relying on healthy tools and techniques.
What Is the Connection Between Mental Health and Addiction?
Mental health and substance abuse are closely related. Research by the National Institute on Drug Abuse found that approximately one in four people with a severe mental health condition also suffer from a substance use disorder.
A 2019 National survey by SAMHSA on drug use and mental health additionally found that 9.5 million people in the United States live with a co-existing mental health and substance abuse disorder (SUD).
Dual-Diagnosis Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders
Addiction and mental health are undeniably connected. For example, undiagnosed mental health issues may drive somebody to use substances to cope with their symptoms through self-medication. Furthermore, substances including alcohol and drugs worsen symptoms of mental health conditions.
People with a mental health disorder which co-occurs with a substance use disorder benefit most from dual-diagnosis treatment. Dual-diagnosis treatment addresses both addiction and mental health in the same treatment program.
At NP Addiction Clinic, we offer dual-diagnosis treatment for any combination of mental health conditions and substance abuse. We understand that every person and their combination of conditions is unique so we create bespoke treatment plans.
Why Choose NP Recovery?
Why our St. Lucie County rehab and mental health center is right for you and your loved ones.
We are dedicated to helping people heal, recover and live better lives, 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. Count on us to be there when you need us most.
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Aftercare and Alumni Support
Our aftercare, alumni support and MAT programs are second to none. We’re invested in your recovery and wellness for the long haul.
Find Out How We Can Help
The Neuro Psychiatric Addiction Clinic is committed to delivering the best mental health and addiction treatment available. We can help you or the one you love too, but you need to make the first move. Call us now at (888) 574-3506 or send us a message using this form.