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Zoe Behavioral Health Provides High-Quality Treatment for Every Addiction

There is no one-size-fits-all solution to substance abuse. Instead, treatment must be targeted to meet both the individual’s unique health needs and to match the nature of their addiction. In other words, in an ideal world, the care that you receive for substance abuse will vary based on which substance you’ve become dependent on.

That’s why Zoe Behavioral Health offers personalized care for individuals who are suffering from addiction to a wide range of substances. Below, you’ll get a closer look at the addictive substances that we help patients recover from and how they impact individuals who abuse them. Keep reading to learn more.

Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol is one of the most commonly abused substances in the United States. In fact, it can be difficult to spot alcoholism because so many people drink it in large quantities regularly. If you’re unsure about whether you’re addicted to alcohol, pay attention to the following signs:

  • Blacking out from drinking too much
  • Extreme mood swings
  • Prioritizing drinking over relationships and professional obligations
  • Spending a significant amount of your income on purchasing alcohol

If you’ve been struggling with alcohol addiction, we can help. Zoe Behavioral Health can create a customized rehab plan for you that’s targeted with your unique needs in mind. We can also recommend a medical detox facility for you to begin your treatment at. This is an important part of your care and will ensure that you don’t suffer any serious health problems during your period of withdrawals.

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Heroin, Fentanyl, and Opiates Addiction

In recent years, heroin abuse has reached record numbers in the United States. If you’ve been struggling with an addiction to heroin, fentanyl, or other opioids, it’s important that you seek help now. It isn’t hyperbole to say that failing to do so could put your life at risk.

Your treatment will likely begin with a stay at a medical detox facility where doctors can watch over you as your body purges itself of toxins from heroin. After that, Zoe Behavioral Health can provide you with the emotional and behavioral support that you need to build a life that doesn’t include heroin.

For these patients, we often recommend our medication-assisted therapy (MAT) plan. With this option, you’ll be prescribed medication that reduces your withdrawal symptoms and cravings. Additionally, you’ll participate in regular therapy sessions that help you explore the root causes of your addiction while developing new methods for living a healthier life.

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Prescription Pill Addiction

Prescription medications are another type of substance that is regularly abused in this country. Often, patients are assigned benzodiazepines such as Xanax and Valium for mental health conditions like anxiety and panic disorders. These substances are habit-forming and can lead to addiction issues that are as serious as ones stemming from illicit substances.

Breaking an addiction to prescription benzodiazepines can be tough since these medications are often used as a treatment method for an underlying mental health problem. However, we can help you take back control of your life with a targeted treatment plan. If you’re struggling with a prescription pill addiction, our dual diagnosis program may be your best option. It will address both your mental health concerns and addiction simultaneously to give you the best chance at a successful long-term recovery.

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Cocaine Addiction

Zoe Behavioral Health can also help you deal with your cocaine addiction. Cocaine is a highly addictive substance that is similar to alcohol in that it’s commonly used recreationally before dependency forms. If you believe that you’re addicted to cocaine, then consider letting us help you recover.

We offer holistic rehab programs that will provide you with the support that you need to live a better life. For example, you can participate in our yoga classes, outdoor activities, and even work with our on-site nutritionist to optimize your diet for recovery. When combined with regular therapy sessions, these holistic treatments form the basis of a highly-effective plan to fight back against cocaine addiction.

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Methamphetamine Addiction

Methamphetamine is another substance that is highly addictive. It’s a stimulant that people smoke, inject, or take as a pill. An addiction to meth can be very destructive to a person’s life. For example, the symptoms of methamphetamine addiction include:

  • Extreme weight loss
  • Serious sleeping issues
  • Hallucinations
  • “Meth mouth”
  • And more

Because meth is so addictive, it’s extremely challenging to quit using it on your own. One way to make the process easier on yourself is to enlist the help of Zoe Behavioral Health. We can provide you with personalized support in a rehab plan that meets your preferences. This could be just what you need to finally turn the corner on your addiction.

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Mental Health Disorders

Zoe Behavioral Health also provides support to patients who are struggling with mental health disorders. We can help you with issues like anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and schizophrenia. This is true regardless of whether your mental health disorder is accompanied by an addiction to a harmful substance.

Our staff psychiatrists are highly skilled and experienced in helping patients like you live better lives. They can help you explore the causes of your disorder, prescribe medication if it’s needed, and teach you strategies that you can use to start getting back to the real you.

As you work on your mental health, you’re also welcome to participate in the other services that we offer. For example, we host regular outdoor group therapy sessions that can be highly beneficial. You may also enjoy taking our yoga classes or working with our on-site nutritionist to develop a diet that supports your mental health more effectively.

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Call us Today to Learn More About Our Services

Zoe Behavioral Health has the experience and expertise necessary to help patients who are struggling with a wide variety of substance abuse and mental health problems. Why wait another day to take the first step towards a better life? You can get started with the treatment plan that’s best for your needs by giving us a call at (949) 309-2227.

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