Addiction and Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment
Silver Hill Hospital is nationally renowned for providing evidence-based inpatient, residential and outpatient treatment for addiction and co-occurring disorders. While a co-occurrence may be a combination of a variety of disorders, often addiction and psychiatric disorders are present. Our team has extensive training and is equipped to treat the most complex patients. Our full-time psychiatry staff includes five psychiatrists with subspecialty certification in addiction. All treatment is individualized to meet the unique needs of each patient.
Who We Treat
The Addiction and Co-Occurring Disorders program is designed to treat adults with an addiction to a variety of substances including, alcohol, cocaine, prescription opioids, heroin and other substances of abuse. We are also equipped to treat patients with a co-occurring psychiatric disorder, such as anxiety, depression or bipolar disorder.
At Silver Hill we provide you with evidence-based therapies, such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Cognitive Behavior Therapy. Our program is abstinence-based. However, when necessary, we will provide medication-assisted treatments that have been shown to significantly reduce the risk of relapse.
A Women’s Sensitive Approach to Recovery from Addiction and Co-Occurring Disorders
In the Transitional Living Program, we understand that addiction and co-occurring disorders affect women in different ways than men, so we have developed a women's-only treatment program. Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Seeking Safety are the primary treatment modalities used. You will take part in daily groups led by female licensed clinical social workers in addition to attending several co-educational groups with men from the men’s program. Learn more about the women's-only program.
What You Will Learn
After completing the Addiction and Co-Occurring Disorders program, you will have a psychological understanding of your illness and be equipped with the behavioral skills to be successful in recovery. The therapies will teach you how to deal with cravings, manage stress and emotions, identify triggers, prevent relapse, and improve self-esteem.
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for our residential addiction and co-occurring programs.
"At the hospital, I got a PhD in life. I learned about the science of addiction, which was so
important for my recovery process. I also learned a lot about myself: A veritable