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Concurrent Disorder: mental illness & addictions co-occurring

Mental health and addictions often go hand-in-hand, yet our healthcare system provides treatment for them separately. Whether diagnosed with Concurrent disorder or not, or know a loved one who seems to struggle with an addiction and a mental health disorder, our therapists are trained to treat both simultaneously.

Concurrent disorders can occur at any point in a person’s life and are challenging during periods of change such as adolescence, young adulthood, and middle or older adulthood. Concurrent disorders are often associated with an increased risk of suicide as well as increased risk to general health and well-being.

Our therapists know the difficulty and challenges that come along with having substance issues and a mental illness.

Our therapists are here to support families of, and those are suffering from a concurrent disorder.

We partner with you to improve access and outcomes for people with Concurrent Disorders within the community. We strive for person-centered primary care that is based on effective treatment, recovery principles, harm reduction, and best practices.

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