At Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital, we're dedicated to providing evidence-based treatments for a variety of mental health conditions and addictions. We believe in the power of professional care, and our team is here to provide hope, guidance, and support.
Here is an overview of some of the conditions and addictions we treat:
Conditions We Treat
Addiction with Co-Existing Mental Health Condition
At Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital, we understand the complex relationship between mental health disorders and substance addiction. We specialize in treating individuals with coexisting mental health conditions, focusing primarily on their mental health needs while also addressing their secondary substance dependency.
This dual diagnosis approach allows us to optimize our treatment programs for patients facing challenges from both substance abuse and mental health conditions. Recognizing the intertwined nature of these issues, our integrated treatment program addresses both concurrently, enhancing the chances of long-term recovery and improved mental health.
To support your mental health treatment, we provide treatment for a wide range of addictions.
Anxiety disorders involve chronic worry and fear. At Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital, we understand that this can disrupt daily life. Our team is dedicated to teaching individuals effective ways to manage anxiety, helping to restore balance and peace.
Bipolar disorder can cause significant mood swings, from manic highs to depressive lows. These changes can affect energy levels and the ability to carry out everyday tasks. We provide specialized treatment options to help individuals manage these swings and work their way to a stable, fulfilling life.
Chemical dependency involves a physical and psychological reliance on substances. This can lead to health problems and disrupt personal and professional lives. Our comprehensive approach helps individuals overcome this dependency, fostering healthier coping mechanisms for stress and emotions.
Depression goes beyond temporary feelings of sadness. It’s a condition that can cause persistent low moods, impacting all areas of life. Our compassionate team guides individuals as they overcome this condition, helping them to regain joy and enthusiasm in their lives.
A mental or nervous breakdown is a period of intense mental distress, often triggered by stress. These episodes can be daunting. Our professional team provides the necessary support to navigate these tough times and work toward mental stability.
Psychological trauma results from distressing events that can leave lasting emotional wounds. Symptoms may include flashbacks, nightmares, and severe anxiety. At Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital, we offer personalized treatments to aid in managing these symptoms and healing from trauma.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder can develop after experiencing or witnessing a traumatic event. Symptoms can interfere with daily life, making it difficult for individuals to move forward. Our dedicated team helps individuals process these experiences, providing tools for managing symptoms and fostering resilience.
Self-harm is a harmful response to overwhelming emotional pain or stress. It’s a way some people attempt to manage their distressing feelings. At Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital, we're committed to helping individuals develop healthier coping strategies and work on their emotional well-being.
Schizophrenia is a complex mental health disorder that impacts thought processes, emotions, and behavior. This condition requires comprehensive and specialized care. We provide therapies and strategies aimed at managing these symptoms, promoting a more balanced and fulfilling life.
Substance abuse refers to the damaging use of substances like drugs and alcohol. It can have severe impacts on physical health and relationships. At Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital, we provide the support and treatments needed to break the cycle of abuse and build a healthier, substance-free future.
Suicidal ideation involves thoughts about, or an unusual preoccupation with, suicide. It's a serious matter that requires immediate attention. Our compassionate team at Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital offers urgent care, along with ongoing counseling to help individuals find hope and develop a strong support system.
There is Hope & Support Available to You
At Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital, we understand the struggles you or your loved ones may be facing. Remember, there is hope, and we are here to help. If you or a loved one is struggling with mental health, don't hesitate to get support.
Contact us for professional help and guidance. We're here to provide the care you need and deserve.
Addictions We Treat
Alcohol is one of the most commonly abused substances. It's a central nervous system depressant that's legally available, which often masks the potential risks and the high probability of developing dependence. At Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital, we are equipped to help those suffering from alcohol addiction work toward recovery.
Opioids cover legal prescription painkillers like OxyContin and Percocet, as well as illegal substances like heroin and fentanyl. These drugs can lead to physical dependency, causing the potential for abuse. Our team is experienced in dealing with opioid addiction and facilitating recovery.
Benzodiazepines are generally prescribed for anxiety and insomnia. They can be misused, leading to dependency. Xanax, Klonopin, and Valium are some of the most common. Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital offers treatment options for those struggling with benzodiazepine addiction.
Cocaine is a powerful stimulant drug that's highly addictive. It can have severe physical and psychological effects on users. Our professionals are trained in handling cocaine addiction. They’re here to help individuals on their path to sobriety.
Methamphetamine, commonly known as meth, is a potent and illegal stimulant. It is highly addictive and poses significant health risks. Our expert team offers comprehensive treatment for individuals dealing with methamphetamine addiction.
Despite its increasing legalization and acceptance, marijuana still has the potential for misuse and addiction. Our team provides supportive treatment for individuals who are struggling with marijuana addiction.
Synthetic Cannabinoids Addiction
Synthetic cannabinoids, also known as Spice or K2, mimic the effects of marijuana but often have unpredictable and sometimes dangerous effects. At Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital, we are prepared to help individuals struggling with addiction to synthetic cannabinoids.
Synthetic Opioids Addiction
Synthetic opioids, like fentanyl and carfentanil, are incredibly potent and deadly. Even small doses can be life-threatening. Our team is adept in managing and treating synthetic opioid addiction.
Inhalants include everyday substances like glue, paint, and aerosols that are inhaled for a brief high. Chronic misuse can lead to addiction. Our team at Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital provides targeted care for individuals struggling with inhalant addiction.
Club Drugs Addiction
Club drugs, including MDMA, GHB, and ketamine, are often associated with parties and concerts. However, these substances carry a high risk of dependency. Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital offers support and treatment to individuals struggling with club drug addiction.
Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital Can Help.
Our dedicated clinical team addresses these addictions in the context of the individual’s primary mental health condition, understanding that each aspect can exacerbate the other.
In our compassionate, supportive environment, we prioritize safety, dignity, and respect. We offer a range of therapeutic interventions designed to address mental health disorders while also assisting in managing addiction-related challenges. This dual approach increases the potential for a successful, sustained recovery.
Remember, you don't have to navigate these difficult waters alone. At Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital, we are here for you every step of the way. Help is available if you or a loved one are struggling with addiction and a coexisting mental health condition.
Contact us today so we can provide the support you need.