What We Treat

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What We Treat

Overview

At Safe Harbor Treatment Centers, we know that addiction is a complex disease. Our professional care team treats a wide range of addictions as well as the co-occurring effects and disorders that come along with it. Safe Harbor Treatment Center stresses the importance of a long-term recovery, both physical and mental. We understand that addressing these issues is a significant part of obtaining long-term sobriety. Our treatment programs are compassionately designed to cater to people suffering from these disorders, providing them the support and tools they need to lead a cleansed and fulfilled life.

Our approach utilizes a variety of holistic and traditional methods to target any area of your life that does not coincide with the path to wellness. Behavioral and mental health has the potential to cause turmoil in nearly every aspect of life, for not only the person with the behavioral health issues but their close family and friends as well. Many times, certain disorders are the cause for addiction or addiction triggers these issues. We aim to get to the underlying root of the problem and provide the skills and tools needed to regain control of your life.
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Co-Ocurring Disorders

Co-occurring disorders, formerly known as dual diagnoses, refers to the coexistence of mental health issues along with a substance abuse disorder. Individuals with mental health disorders are more likely than individuals without mental health disorders to struggle with alcohol or substance use disorders. It can happen when a person meets the diagnostic criteria of two mental health issues or a mental health issue and a substance use problem etc. In a number of cases, an underlying problem gives rise to another psychological issue which can in turn can result in two diagnoses. This is also described as co-morbidity or co-occurring mental health issues.

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Substance Abuse

At our substance abuse treatment center in Orange County, we understand that past experiences involving addiction can leave a person scared and vulnerable. Because of this, it is imperative that their environment be loving, gentle and supportive. Love and safety are key components in a person’s willingness to look deep within and begin to identify underlying causes of their pain. Recovery is a scary process for most and it cannot be done alone. Individuals require a community where they are accepted and understood in order to access the honesty required to heal.
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