Learn How You Can Conquer Addiction
The only person who can change your destructive behavior patterns is you. Although many people do not believe it, everybody does have the power to overcome his or her addiction. Fear and uncertainly are often the greatest obstacles to recovery, which is a difficult long-term process that may require help along the way. Read More...
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We are a leading treatment facility offering state-of-the-art, evidence based programs for mental health disorders, addiction and dual diagnosis. Our Admissions team at (312) 300-6661 is available 24/7 to answer your questions and enroll you in one of our programs.More About Us
An estimated 8.9 million adults have a co-occurring disorder or dual diagnosis of mental illness and substance abuse disorder. Recovery from alcohol or drug abuse or addiction is difficult, and the rate of relapse can be high, depending on the effectiveness of treatment.Read More
Addiction & Detox
Addiction to drugs and alcohol is a disease affecting more than 23 million Americans. People also suffer from behavioral addictions, a category that includes activities or things to which a person can become addicted, such as sex, the Internet, exercise, video games, gambling, tanning, and food, although gambling is the only officially recognizedRead More
About 57.7 million Americans suffer from some type of mental illness in a given year, but less than one-third seek treatment. There are many different mental health disorders a person might have, including depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia.Read More
Help For Drug Addiction
Addiction is a disease that involves both biological and behavioral components. It has a high rate of relapse, anywhere from 40 and 60 percent. Although the chance of relapse sounds high, it is comparable to other conditions requiring lifelong maintenance, such as diabetes and heart disease. Alcohol or drug abuse recovery is possible; it just takes the right motivation, treatment,Read More
Signs & Symptoms of Addiction
Substance abuse and addiction can be difficult to recognize in a loved one. The most blatant sign is when a person seems to feel a compulsion to drink or use drugs, especially if he or she cannot control how much or how often he or she consumes a substance. However, many people with addiction or abuse problems are adept at hiding these behaviors,Read More
Addiction recovery Center/Clinics
Battling an addiction to drugs or alcohol is difficult. There is a high rate of relapse, and an addict often faces a lifelong struggle with temptation. Studies have shown that the best way to overcome a drug or alcohol problem is with an intensive treatment and strong aftercare program.Read More
Are you concerned that you or a loved one might have a problem with drugs or alcohol? Do you feel overwhelmed by the situation, not knowing what to do or how to help? At Drug Treatment and Rehab Centers, we know how stressful it can be to have to deal with addiction problems, and we are here to help.Read More
Getting treatment for substance abuse or addiction and mental health problems can be expensive. However, cost should not be a barrier to finding quality care, which is why Drug Treatment and Rehab Centers offers state-of-the-art, evidence-based treatment that accepts most private insurance plans.Read More
Behavioral health treatment can be expensive. Insurance helps many people get affordable, quality treatment. At Drug Treatment and Rehab Centers (DTRC), we accept most private insurance plans so that we can help as many people as possible.Read More
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Our Main Focus is your Mental Health
At Drug Treatment and Rehab Centers (DTRC), our main focus is the patient’s health and well-being. We customize the treatment programs to the individual patient’s needs and problems. At the point of admission, we conduct a thorough assessment to find all underlying and co-occurring conditions so that we can create a tailor-made program that treats the individual—not the disorder. By focusing on the person, instead of relying on a cookie cutter approach, we reduce the risk of relapse.
Everything we do, from the first phone call with a potential patient, referral source, loved one, or other involved person to our aftercare program, is focused on the best way to help the patient. That is why we have incorporated customer service initiatives that make the whole process as easy and stress-free as possible. Entering treatment and dealing with behavioral health problems is a stressful and difficult time. We feel that the admissions process should not add to that stress.
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