If you believe a loved one may have a Substance Use Disorder these are a few warning signs to look for:
- Bloodshot eyes and possible pupils diolation
- Appetite or sleep patterns may change
- Excess weight loss or weight gain over a short period of time
- Personal grooming habits may deteriorate
- Appearing impaired
- Performance decrease at work or school
- Unexplained financial problems; may even borrow or steal to get funds
- Acting suspicious or secretive
- Change in friends, hobbies, and interests
- Frequently illegal activities
- Mood swings-becoming angry or irritable
We pair the individual with a behavioral health professional. This will either be a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner or Psychiatrist to evaluate medications the individual is currently taking and add prescribed medications to improve one’s quality of life.
Our therapist work one on one with individuals in a safe and caring environment to better their lives through exploring feelings, behaviors, and beliefs. We help the individual identify aspects of their lives they would like to change.
Our clients have a unique opportunity to participate in group therapy. This is an opportunity to come together with their peers and discuss their thoughts and feelings under the supervision of our therapist.