Everlast Recovery

What We Treat

Everlast Recovery Centers serve individuals with substance use disorders. However, we also treat the underlying causes of these disorders. Many people who come to treatment may not realize they have a co-occurring mental health disorder like depression or anxiety. Because substance abuse and mental health disorders often overlap, we treat substance use disorders and dual diagnosis patients who also have mental health issues. 

Co-occurring disorders may contribute to addiction and hinder treatment, meaning that treating both problems together offers the best chance for long-term recovery. At Everlast, our comprehensive treatment program offers our clients the best chance at maintaining sobriety after leaving our care.

Substance Use Disorder Treatment

At Everlast Recovery Centers, we offer detox and residential levels of care. For most individuals, substance abuse treatment will begin with detox. At Everlast, we follow this with residential treatment that provides ongoing support as people adjust to sobriety.

Substance addictions that we address in our detox and residential facilities include:

If you need to know whether we can help you detox from a particular drug, please contact us. The number of new drugs available grows each day, and we stay prepared for anything.

Everlast assists people who have substance abuse problems, but our program also seeks to heal other issues contributing to their struggles. We treat individuals who have problems with both addiction and mental health disorders. Everlast believes that treating the entire person and involving their loved ones in treatment helps promote a well-rounded recovery. 

While our centers highlight the 12-Step program as a recovery model, we accept that this model does not work for everyone. As a result, we encourage people to explore alternatives such as SMART Recovery.

Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Everlast Recovery Centers treats substance use disorders, and most people who enter treatment for these disorders expect to be treated for their addiction. However, many people with substance use disorders also have mental health issues. Often called a dual diagnosis, struggling with both addiction and a mental health disorder requires special treatment. For the many people who struggle with addiction and mental health, treatment must also address these mental health disorders. 

According to the National Institutes of Health, almost 40% of people with a substance use disorder also have a mental health disorder.

Nearly 20% of people with a mental health disorder also have substance abuse issues. This means that if you have a substance use disorder, you may also have a mental health disorder like depression or anxiety, among many others. These mental health issues can contribute to people developing substance use disorders, but substance abuse also worsens these disorders. 

Co-occurring mental health disorders we address as a dual diagnosis at Everlast Recovery Centers include:

People with a dual diagnosis will receive treatment for both problems while in Everlast’s care. Post-residential treatment, we will aid the person in finding ongoing mental health treatment as necessary.