North Carolina’s Premier Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment

At Wilmington Treatment Center, we are proud to offer addiction treatment that incorporates clinically excellent care and focuses on how to best help our patients achieve long-term sobriety. When a man or woman comes to our center, each one of his or her needs is assessed, and our staff puts forth every effort to ensure that the treatment planning process accounts for those needs as well as his or her recovery goals. At Wilmington, we believe that in order for successful recovery to be achieved, a person must commit to transforming how he or she thinks, handles stress, communicates, and views themselves. In addition, if an individual comes to our center battling a co-occurring mental health condition in addition to a substance use disorder or disorders, that person must also learn how to appropriately manage the symptoms of his or her condition(s). During the admissions process, our staff will identify the presence of co-occurring mental health disorders, and will ensure that clinically appropriate methods of care are factored into that patient’s personalized treatment plan..

The following mental health conditions are among the many co-occurring disorders that we are able to treat:

  • Anxiety disorders
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Depressive disorders
  • Posttraumatic stress disorder

Patients who choose to recover from addiction at Wilmington are also able to receive effective treatment for co-occurring mental health disorders at every level of care. Battling a mental illness is an unfortunate reality in many of our patients’ lives, and we are proud to supply the treatment needed to help these individuals heal from mental health concerns while also overcoming the compulsion to abuse alcohol or other drugs.

If you or someone in your life could benefit from the high quality care Wilmington Treatment Center has to offer, please call us at your convenience. Our staff can provide you with information about our levels of care, treatment methods used, and our protocols for helping men and women heal from the symptoms of co-occurring mental health conditions.

At Wilmington, a bright and healthier future is certainly within your reach.

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