Mental Health Treatment
Together, we can work toward improving your mental health.
Nearly one in five American adults live with a mental health condition. The NIH suggests that only half of people who suffer from mental disorders receive treatment. At Sanford, we look at the whole person with psychiatric and medical assessments at intake. Substance use and eating disorders often have co-occurring (simultaneous) mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety. Mental health treatment is an essential aspect of overall health and well-being. At Sanford Behavioral Health, we understand the challenges of managing mental health and are committed to providing comprehensive treatment programs.
Located in Marne, Michigan (12 minutes from Grand Rapids), our co-occurring treatment programs are individualized to meet each patient's unique needs and goals. Please get in touch with our team today at 616.202.3326 to better understand how our programs can help you and how our programs can support your journey toward wellness. Together, we can work towards improving your mental health.
Our Co-Occurring Mental Health Treatment Programs
Our multi-disciplinary team uses comprehensive assessments to ensure proper diagnosis and personalized treatment plans. Sanford Behavioral Health’s mental health treatment focuses on evaluation, stabilization, skill acquisition, and a smooth transition to long-term treatment management. Our programs for addiction, eating disorders, and co-occurring conditions include the following:
- Residential treatment
- Partial hospitalization (day programs)
- Intensive outpatient (half day programs)
- Group therapy
20% of people will experience a drug or alcohol dependence or diagnosable mental health condition. Everybody suffers from mental health issues at some point in their lives. Whether directly or through other people, they are close to the challenges of mental health conditions. There is a rising demand for accurate assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of mental health issues, especially considering the opioid epidemic, aftermaths of pandemics, and the worldwide reach of mental health crises. Sanford Behavioral Health is prepared with innovative, cost-effective, and proactive programs to rise to the challenge.
What Are Co-Occurring Disorders?
Co-occurring disorders can be challenging to diagnose because the presence of one disorder can interfere with the diagnosis of the other. For example, a person seeking treatment for depression or anxiety may under-report or deny their alcohol use. Effective treatment of co-occurring disorders is diagnosis-driven, and a comprehensive evaluation is crucial.
Our mental health treatment programs address co-occurring disorders, also known as dual diagnosis, through integrated therapy and medication management. Our psychiatrist-led team of physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, dietitians, licensed therapists, and addiction counselors work together to create plans for each patient to address all aspects of mental health. The most effective care integrates addiction and mental health treatment with complex or acute conditions. Our services may include the following:
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
- Evidence-based approaches
- Medication management
- Family support and education
- 12-step meetings
- Recreational therapy
At Sanford Behavioral Health, we understand the unique challenges of managing co-occurring disorders. We are committed to providing evidence-based, integrated treatment to support overall mental health and wellness.
The Prevalence of Co-Occurring Disorders
According to research by the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, 29% of individuals with mental health disorders also struggle with substance use disorders (SUDs). This is almost double the prevalence of SUD in the general population. The following co-occurring conditions are the most prevalent:
- Eating disorders - Most studies show that 15% to 32% of women with substance use disorders meet the criteria for an eating disorder at some time.
- Depression - 80% of those with an alcohol use disorder experience depressive symptoms, and 30% meet the diagnostic criteria for major depression.
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) - As many as one-third of patients entering addiction treatment meet the criteria for PTSD.
- Anxiety disorders - Anxiety disorders (e.g., agoraphobia, panic disorder, social phobias, general anxiety disorder) are present in 10% to 60% of SUD patients.
At Sanford Behavioral Health, our approach includes evidence-based therapy and medication management to address the unique challenges of managing multiple conditions. So please don't wait to learn more about our mental health treatment program.
How Can a Mental Health Treatment Program Help You?
A mental health treatment program can provide you with the tools you need to manage your mental health. The first step in a treatment program is an assessment, which can help you and your treatment team to understand your needs. From there, you will work with our medical and clinical team to develop a treatment plan. This plan may include therapy, medication, and other support. The goal of treatment is to help you live a full and productive life. A mental health treatment program can give you the skills and resources you need to cope with challenges, build positive relationships, and achieve your goals.
Learn More About Sanford Behavioral Health's Mental Health Treatment Programs
At Sanford Behavioral Health, our mental health treatment programs are designed to address co-occurring disorders and provide comprehensive care. We understand the extraordinary challenges of managing multiple conditions and are committed to providing evidence-based, integrated treatment. Don't put off getting help if you or a family member is dealing with a substance use, eating disorder, or co-occurring mental health condition. We offer services within our programs to ensure you receive a "continuum of care." Contact us today at 616.202.3326 to learn more about our mental health treatment program in Marne, Michigan. We are here for you.
How Much Does Treatment Cost?The cost of mental health treatment is an expense most individuals have never planned or budgeted for, and there are many contributing factors. The question of treatment cost does not have a simple answer; insurance coverage, financial circumstances, and treatment programs are different for each person. Sanford works with most insurance companies to utilize the best possible coverage and benefits. 616.202.3326 Learn More About Our Free Insurance Assessment
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