TREATMENT & CARE OPTIONS
Selecting the right treatment center to meet the specific needs of your loved one is a crucial part of the recovery process. While we embrace our family of strategic care partners, Drug Intervention Orange County is fortunate to be able to provide treatment options independently of any specific program. Therefore, we are able to help you make the best treatment decision possible. We only work with programs that are state licensed. Our treatment center selection criteria takes into careful consideration the whole person, as well as the available resources to cover the associated costs of care. Although our work is complex, our goal is simple: Provide treatment options that support the highest potential for therapeutic gain and long term recovery.
WE PROVIDE CARE OPTIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING:
Drug abuse is a pervasive pattern of use that results in harm to ones health, interpersonal relationships, and/or ability to work. The following are the most common signs and symptoms of drug and alcohol abuse:
- Recurring failure to complete tasks at school, work or home.
- Recurrent substance-related legal problems.
- Continued use despite having persistent or recurrent social or interpersonal problems caused or exacerbated by the effects of the substance.
- Depression: A common but serious illness and most that experience it need treatment to get better. It interferes with all aspects of daily life, normal functioning, and causes pain for everyone. But the vast majority is those with the most severe symptoms and get better with treatment.
- Bipolar Disorder: is a brain disorder that causes unusual shifts in mood, energy, activity levels, and the ability to carry out daily tasks. Symptoms of Bipolar Disorder may result in damaged relationships, poor job and/or school performance. People diagnosed with this disorder can be treated effectively, leading full and productive
- Eating Disorders: are severe disturbances in eating behaviors, such as an extreme reduction of food intake or overeating. Additionally a person suffering with an eating disorder may experience extreme distress or concern about body weight or shape.
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: is an anxiety disorder characterized by recurrent, unwanted thoughts (obsessions) and/or repetitive behaviors (compulsions). These repetitive behaviors are preformed with the hope of preventing obsessive thoughts or making them go away. Performing ritual behaviors provides only temporary relief, while not performing them markedly increases anxiety.
COMPREHENSIVE CARE MANAGEMENT PROVIDES FOR A VARIETY OF RECOVERY-ORIENTED INITIATIVES, BUT NOT LIMITED TO:
- Physical Therapists
- Family Therapists
- Primary Care Physician
Keeping Everyone In The Loop
- Court System