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Co-occuring DisordersIt is very common for mental health and substance use conditions to co-occur.  This means that you may have both conditions at the same time. In fact, according to the Alliance on mental illness 50% of people with severe mental disorders are affected by alcohol or drug abuse. Thirty seven percent of alcohol abusers also have at least 1 serious mental illness.

Each condition is tricky and the combination may cause you to feel confused. At Integrative Treatment Solutions, we know that the only way to provide clinically effective treatment and reduce the risk of relapse is to treat each issue simultaneously using an integrated approach. We are accustomed to working with complex issues and understand how to help you.

After a through assessment, we give you a personalized treatment plan that includes an appropriate choice of psychiatry or psychopharmacology, mindfulness, practice, behavior therapy, and relapse prevention. We also include complimentary resources such as allied health care services, stress reduction, and self-help resources.

We work with you to set treatment goals that will ensure your progress. We also collaborate with your other healthcare providers to improve precision and maximize your resources.

NOW is the time to get the help you need.

It is vital that you get help as soon as possible. If co-occurring disorders are not diagnosed and treated properly, you are vulnerable to increased risk for many things including medical illnesses, job and financial loss, legal consequences, and potentially other harmful and life threatening circumstances.

Are you feeling tension, anxiety, or shame because of a psychiatric or personality disorder? If so, you should know that these feelings are not uncommon. Issues such as bipolar disorder, anxiety, ADD/ADHD, PTSD and depression can often occur at the same time — creating enormous suffering and anger. Often, people self-medicate with drugs, alcohol, or other addictive behaviors. This only leads to more problems such as addiction to pain medications, difficulty sleeping, loss of self-esteem, low energy, and social isolation.

Through behavior therapy and counseling, you will achieve a level of wellness and learn the tools to maintain it so that you can feel confident and safe in your recovery … and feel positively about your life and your future.

Make one phone call to 610-692-4995 and we will take this on together.

You can also check out these helpful links:

Dual – Resource guide –

Dual Recovery Anonymous – – Meeting locations:

National Alliance on Mental Illness-  Resource guide –