What We Treat
Drug addiction is not a disease that is simple to treat. We recognize that each and every one of our clients is unique in their addiction, which is why we focus strongly on unearthing the specific complexities related to their personal experiences.
Drinking alcohol plays a significant role in many aspects of American society. However, according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, over 14 million adults aged 18 and older experience what is known as alcohol use disorder.
It can be difficult to determine which came first — a substance use disorder or a mental illness — which is why it is imperative for mental health professionals and addiction specialists to treat both conditions for optimal results.
At Birmingham Recovery, our team of addiction and behavioral health professionals are skilled in helping clients and their families with complex cases recover. Through an evidenced-based and trauma-informed lens, treating these disorders requires a multi-dimensional approach that identifies the root causes rather than the over-aching symptoms. No matter how severe, your issues are, addiction and mental health disorders effects every aspect of life including your career, family, social life, relationships and more. Treating this issues require extensive treatment interventions and practical use of skills learned with guidance and structure. Our individualized addiction treatment programs are created in mind with these complex issues that fit the needs of each client to improve overall outcomes.