Stevenson Ranch Mental Health/Substance Abuse Support
Recovery support systems for mental health, drug addiction, alcohol abuse, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, dual diagnosis, compulsive disorders and behavioral health conditions. If you or someone you love is in need of recovery support, please call us and learn how our sober companions, recovery coaches and intervention services can offer much needed guidance.
Whether a person is transitioning to a lower level of care, currently needs stabilization, is facing challenges in their life or is struggling to gain a secure foothold in recovery, our sober companions, recovery coaches, intervention and case management services can immediately assist you.
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Stevenson Ranch Mental Health/Substance Abuse Recovery Support Companions & Coaches
For someone currently living at home, in a dorm, sober living, attending an outpatient program, in school or working, a sober companion or recovery coach is an invaluable investment. Our highly skilled companions and coaches help shoulder a client’s recovery needs and achieve progress in all areas of their life. Having worked with people from various walks of life and conditions, we are just as comfortable assisting an executive who needs a sober companion, teen with behavioral problems, college student struggling, someone leaving a psychiatric hospital or anyone getting ready to discharge from inpatient rehab.
Stevenson Ranch Discharge Planning For Mental Health/Substance Use Disorders
For those discharging from psychiatric hospitals, treatment centers, detox facilities or currently residing in a sober living home, a recovery support system further meets the needs of those with addiction, depression, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, eating disorders and many other mental health and behavioral health concerns. Working alongside clinicians, health care professionals and other treatment team members, our dedicated companions and coaches are instrumental in getting clients to appointments, meetings, remain medication compliant, engage in healthy activities, organize their schedule, reduce risky behaviors, live a substance abuse free lifestyle, adhere to their recovery plan, objectives and goals.
Stevenson Ranch Necessary Recovery Assistance For Mental Health/Substance Use Disorders
Despite the best of intentions many families or someone new to recovery may have, trying to manage the critical types of care and support measures required that produce successful results can be overwhelming to navigate. Those affected with substance use disorders, mental health and behavioral health conditions experience many challenges that can cause setbacks, relapse, despair and hopelessness. We understand the types of triggers and stressors a newly sober person or someone in early recovery may encounter. Experiencing recovery alone or without competent assistance can be daunting and potentially sets a person up for failure, frustration and isolation.
The individualized care and attention given each client we are entrusted to serve is unmatched. If we don’t go above and beyond, then we haven’t done our job. Thank you for reviewing our site. We look forward to hearing from you.
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Stevenson Ranch Mental Health/Substance Use Disorder Intervention Support
An intervention can motivate someone to seek help for alcohol abuse, drug addiction, eating disorders, mental health concerns, behavioral disorders or other compulsive and destructive behaviors.
People engaging in self-destructive behaviors oftentimes reject assistance thinking they can manage their problem or they’ll eventually get their life together. Interventions, when done correctly, is an extremely effective way to redirect someone to accept help and begin treatment.
If you are unable to convince someone you care about to get help – or feel like you are losing them, Intervention Specialist Carmine Thompson and his Treatment Team can help.
There are effective ways to engage those who are suffering. Intervention Allies facilitates and coaches others on how to successfully plan, stage and perform alcohol, substance abuse, drug addiction, eating disorder and mental health disorder interventions.
Their evidence based intervention model includes developing strategies, solutions, treatment options, rehab suggestions, counseling and assistance through all phases of a person’s recovery.
Intervention Specialist Carmine Thompson has a 98% success rate. He is clearly one of the most skillful interventionists in this country. He and his treatment team have been helping families for over 20 years.
It is Carmine Thompson’s philosophy that when someone is suffering from alcoholism, drug addiction and/or a mental health disorder, wisdom compels us to take proactive measures to help them before something inevitably worse happens.
Begin the healing process today and let us provide you with a free confidential consultation online or by calling: 800-980-3927
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