Mental Health and Addictions
People can recover from mental health and/or addictions issues. Recovery may look different from one person to another. That is why staff, clinicians and physicians of Mental Health and Addictions work with the individual and their loved ones for their best health outcomes.
When someone lives with both a mental health and addictions issue it is called a concurrent disorder. Many people seeking support for a mental health concern may also be harmfully involved with substances and/or gambling. Receiving treatment in as smooth and timely a manner as possible is important for an individual's recovery.
Visit our Concurrent Disorders section to learn more.