Is Addiction Controlling You?
Millions of people live with the consequences of abusing drugs and alcohol.
Statistics show that more men are more frequently diagnosed with an addiction disorder than women. There are many different factors that can lead to substance abuse and addiction such as an abusive past, trauma, stressful life experiences and peer pressure. Sometimes, an undiagnosed mental illness can lead to drug use to ease symptoms.
Addiction is a disease that affects people of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds. It impacts relationships, work, and many other aspects of a man’s life — sometimes for many years.
With continued use, drugs cause changes in your brain that alters the way the brain functions, making it very hard to stop.
Addiction is different for everyone, which is why CODAC provides individualized care to people seeking help for substance abuse and related mental health concerns.
Our specialized addiction services for men include case management, individual, couples, family and group therapy, and psychiatric support (which includes mediation management for symptoms related to addiction and related mental health concerns like anxiety and depression).
Our treatment programs focus on:
- Individual strengths and community supports
- Coping skills and relapse prevention
- Life skills development
- Stress management and wellness
Through a team of medical professionals, therapists, case managers and peer support specialists, you will be supported as you work to improve your life and achieve long term recovery. In our Men’s Recovery Services program, you will work with our team of all-male staff who understand the different biological needs that men have when facing addiction.
The exceptional evidence-based treatment we provide is centered around your personal recovery goals. We’ll work with you to meet your needs and empower you to live a healthy and productive life free from the harmful effects of drugs.
Call us today to learn more!
Heroin and other Opiate Addiction
Men who are addicted to heroin, pain medications and other opiates may be interested in learning more about CODAC’s Medication Assisted Addiction Treatment program.