Tag

co-occurring disorders
18
Jul

Hidden Effects of Chantix and Alcohol on Mental Health

Some people who take Chantix to stop smoking cigarettes have reported that this prescription medication actually assists with lowering the amount of alcohol they’re able (and that they desire) to drink. For people with an alcohol use disorder, combining Chantix and alcohol might sound like a new recovery option to stop smoking and drinking simultaneously. ...
Read More
07
Sep

Eating Disorders and Addiction: What’s the Connection?

According to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders, eating disorders belong to a category of mental health concerns that affect thirty million people in the United States alone. In fact, eating disorders are the deadliest mental health issue, causing an alarmingly high casualty rate. But did you know that eating disorders and...
Read More
17
Jul

The Connection Between Depression and Substance Abuse

Oftentimes, depression and addiction go hand-in-hand. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), about 320 million people around the world struggle with varying degrees of depression. That’s a lot of people struggling with a treatable disorder. Unfortunately, only 50% of these people across the world will seek treatment, bearing in mind differences across countries, cultures,...
Read More
07
May

Understanding the Link Between Mental Health and Addiction

Most people struggle with their mental health at some point in their lives. May is Mental Health Month, the ideal time to bring awareness to our struggles and to seeking treatment. It’s also an ideal time to explore the link between mental health and addiction. Mental health and addiction 101 Co-occurring mental health and substance...
Read More

Get Help Now

Verify Your Insurance

We are still accepting patients
Increased precautions we're taking in response to the coronavirus
Read More ->
+
Admissions
Directions
Skip to content