Individuals often find themselves repeatedly entering an alcohol or drug treatment center only to relapse soon after they leave. Why? Many of these people are likely struggling with co-occurring disorders or multiple conditions that exacerbate each other, making recovery impossible unless these conditions are addressed simultaneously. Patients with co-occurring disorders may require a more extensive treatment, have a more gradual recovery process or experience more setbacks. Sovereign Health’s dual diagnosis program is designed to treat multiple conditions concurrently, allowing treatment to be more effective.
As part of our dual diagnosis program, we offer our patients these levels of care: Residential Treatment Center (RTC), Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).
Residential Treatment Center
The Residential Treatment Center, also known as inpatient treatment, involves full-time accommodations in one of our many residences. Our residential treatment level of care provides evidence-based, intensive treatment for people struggling with mental illness, substance abuse or a dual diagnosis. Patients have access to specialized services 24 hours a day, seven days a week along with comfortable living arrangements. All patients receive personalized, evidence-based care that can include medication management, cognitive behavioral therapy and cognitive remediation. Sovereign’s calm, relaxing environment can provide a welcome reprieve to the stresses associated with daily life.
Sovereign’s residential treatment program is geared toward individuals with severe addiction and mental health issues who may or may not pose a risk to themselves. Residential treatment is our most intensive program, followed by partial hospitalization and outpatient treatment.