Brain chemicals called neurotransmitters (such as serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine) are thought to play a role in regulating a person’s mood. When this natural chemical balance is askew, psychiatric medication can sometimes restore it.
In addition to individual therapy, we offer options for medication management of mental health issues in adults, adolescents, and children. We also offer medication management of addiction issues in adults.
We currently have psychiatrists, doctors, and nurse practitioners available to screen, assess, and treat such mental health concerns as…
- Mood disorders
- Addictions (using medications like suboxone or vivitrol)
- Other mental health conditions
Our prescribers work as an integral part of a multi-disciplinary team, which means your collaborative treatment can also include an individual therapist, a DBT or addiction recovery treatment group, a couples/family therapist, and/or involvement in beneficial community activities.
Resource Connect Substance Abuse Treatment
Please note: Participants coming from an inpatient stay where they maintained abstinence from all drugs and alcohol will not be considered for opioid replacement therapy. Individuals with fewer dependencies are more likely to remain drug free and learn how to function without drugs and alcohol.
For those currently using opiates, a board certified addiction medicine physician may work with you to find the best alternative.
We currently have clinical staff available for those needing mental health treatment.