At Warner Park Recovery, our mission is to treat with compassion. Our highly skilled and compassionate staff members understand the emotional pain that addiction and mental health disorders can bring upon you and your loved ones. We pride ourselves on providing the care of the highest quality for every aspect of your recovery, from the emotional to the physical to the spiritual.
We understand that your recovery will be as individualized as you are and we aim to provide treatment services that meet your unique needs across every area. We know that addiction and mental health disorders tend to affect multiple aspects of your life and we work to address each problem fully as it pertains to your overall wellbeing.
One in five adults in the United States experiences some form of mental illness in their lifetime. Because of the widespread stigma surrounding mental health, many people are too ashamed to reach out for help when they need it. We want to change that. We offer a comprehensive treatment plan based on your unique circumstances, designed to get you back on track to the life you’re meant to live. We know that no two mental health conditions are exactly the same, which is why we create a fully individualized treatment plan according to each person’s needs.
Our staff includes experts in personal therapy and group treatment, with focuses on a wide range of mental health issues. We treat specific conditions like depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and loss-related grief. We also understand that mental health concerns can have large social components that can affect the way you relate to other people. That’s why we also offer dedicated treatment for relationship issues and marriage counseling, self-esteem problems, and personality disorders that can damage your relationships with others.
Whatever you’re going through, our goal is to work with you to achieve long-term success in living the way you want to live through self-understanding, appropriate treatment, and the development of necessary coping skills and emotional health.
Even with the best intentions and the firmest resolutions to get sober, addiction can be a difficult problem to buck on your own. It’s a deeply-ingrained disease of the mind which benefits greatly from receiving professional treatment, combined with your internal desire to make lasting change. Treatment for addiction can involve a combination of detox, behavioral counseling on a long-term basis, self-help and peer groups, the connection with a sobriety sponsor, and medication-assisted treatment. Many people see the most significant progress from choosing inpatient residential treatment. We also offer partial hospitalization programs and continued sober living options to ensure your continued success in staying sober and living well.
At Warner Park Recovery, we offer specific treatment paths for a wide range of addictions, including alcohol, heroin, opioids, cocaine, crack, benzodiazepines, and methamphetamines. Every person’s addiction is unique, which is why we work with you to develop a personalized plan to help you detox, get sober, stay sober, and go on to flourish in your new life.
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Addiction, mental health disorders, and emotional disturbance rarely occur in a vacuum and even more rarely affect you in only one contained way. If you’re struggling with substance dependency or a mental health issue, chances are that you’re seeing negative consequences across multiple areas of your life. A dual diagnosis refers to any two or more conditions which give rise to one another, feed into each other, or simply appear at the same time. This is such a common occurrence that some mental health professionals consider people with a dual diagnosis to require a single, unique category of treatment.
A great number of people who struggle with addiction also suffer from mental health disorders and people with mental health disorders are more likely to develop problems with substance abuse and other destructive behavioral issues. Our goal is to treat the person, not the specific condition, and this often means checking for interlinked problems which must be treated together. This is why we begin by conducting a full assessment to get a complete picture of the state of your mental and physical health. Whether you’re facing addiction, mental health concerns, or a combination of the two, we are ready to treat you on every level and equip you with the tools you need to live your best possible life.
We offer treatment for all forms of eating disorders and related issues with self-esteem and self-perception. The most common forms of eating disorders are binging, anorexia, and bulimia nervosa. If not addressed fully, these behaviors can lead to lasting negative consequences on both your physical and mental health. Eating disorders can exist for years without being detected and may cause stringent compartmentalization in the minds of those who suffer from them, allowing them to live their daily lives without having to confront the painful nature of their condition.
Because eating disorders are often extremely personal and can be a source of shame and anxiety for those who suffer from them, it’s crucial to receive judgment-free help from a compassionate, understanding source. Our staff specialize in treating the person, not just the condition. We recognize the need for utmost sympathy and sensitivity when it comes to treating such deeply-ingrained disorders and we can assure you that you’re in good hands when you seek assistance with whatever problems you’re facing. You don’t have to struggle alone any longer.
If you or anyone you know is dealing with issues around mental health or addiction, contact us for a full evaluation and treatment options. We understand that it is not a process that any individual should tackle alone, and that is why we have a team of qualified personnel who are available to offer you the help you need.