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Substance Use Disorder Services

Substance use disorders occur when overuse or dependence on alcohol and/or drugs causes significant physical and/or behavioral impairment which prevents a person from being able to handle responsibilities at work, school, or home.

Substance use disorders affect people from all walks of life. Tolerance and dependency can develop quickly and become addiction. The most common substance use disorders are related to alcohol, tobacco, cannabis (marijuana), stimulants and opioids.

A high percentage of people living with a substance use disorder also have an underlying mental health condition, this is called co-occurring or dual diagnosis. Our comprehensive evaluation will identify a treatment plan that will address all issues needed for a full recovery.

Substance abuse may produce noticeable signs and symptoms.

Physical Symptoms

  • Bloodshot or glazed eyes
  • Dilated or constricted pupils
  • Abrupt weight changes
  • Bruises, infections, or other physical signs at the drug’s entrance site on the body
  • Not feeling physically well when stopping a substance (nausea, vomiting, anxiety, restlessness and sleep disturbance)

Behavioral Symptoms

  • Increased aggression or irritability
  • Changes in attitude/personality
  • Sudden changes in a social network and relationships
  • Financial problems
  • Involvement in criminal activity
  • Restlessness and anxiety

Substance Use Disorder Services:

  • Substance abuse assessment and evaluations
  • Psychiatric evaluations
  • Substance use disorder and co-occurring mental health diagnosis
  • Individual, family and group counseling
  • Relapse prevention
  • Educational, support and aftercare groups
  • Driver’s license evaluation
  • Medication monitoring
  • Limited transportation services
  • Homeless services
  • Intensive outpatient service
  • Coordination with other providers for individuals receiving medication assisted treatment