about integrated behavioral health


ntegrated Behavioral Health is here for you during this difficult time. We provide the most advanced addiction treatment with the utmost kindness and compassion. We do so by taking you into account every step of the way and understanding what it means to have an ailment like addiction. If you or a loved one is suffering with addiction, don’t wait any longer. Call Integrated Behavioral Health today to begin the process of crafting your new life.



The first step after coming to terms with your addiction is supervised withdrawal. While your body goes through the process of eliminating all traces of toxins that keep you addicted, your body will go through some unpleasant side effects. To placate these symptoms, you need to have experienced, trained, professional specialists by your side to ensure that your detox is as comfortable, efficient, and safe as possible. Once you have securely gotten through this process, you will move on to long-term treatment and therapy.


Group meetings are a powerful force in addiction recovery. They can help you empathize with others while realizing that you are not alone in your struggle. Not only will you get to vent your struggles, share your story, and ask for help, you will listen to the similar tales of others and exchange life-changing advice with them. The respect and support you will be shown will blow you away. The bonds that are created may last long into the future while they inspire and motivate you.


Aftercare is the last and final step of addiction recovery and it helps guide you through the process of continuing recovery on your own. Aftercare is the sum of the components of your addiction recovery program which was altered accordingly to how your needs shift. This will be completely based around you, and will help you stay sober indefinitely.


What is dual diagnosis?

Dual diagnosis is when a person is struggling with both a mental disorder and an addiction. Don’t worry, this is only around half the people and is not something to be ashamed of. Mental health issues associated with addiction  are depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. Even if you are not going through a dual diagnosis, the root cause of your addiction will be uncovered and treated accordingly.

Why do I need to go to group therapy?

Group sessions are incredibly beneficial not just for you and your addiction recovery, but for everyone involved. You will feel like you are not alone in your struggle and that help is around the corner. Venting your struggles helps the emotional recovery of drug abuse and listening to you peers similar struggles forges an empathy that will make you feel better and more connected with everyone around you.

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How long does rehab last?

It is different for each person. Every individual has their own needs and situation. However, treatment at Integrated Behavioral Health usually lasts around 30 to 90 days. If you are in need of more extensive treatment for a severe addiction, you will stay longer. Like the rest of treatment, your length of stay is dependent upon you and your needs.

When I leave rehab will I be on my own?

No one who leaves Integrated Behavioral Health after a successful rehab will leave alone. You will depart not only with the friends you have met who will support you, you will leave with the focus and guidance of your comprehensive addiction program. In addition, you will always be able to come back to our facilities just to check in or to receive more treatment. When you come to Integrated Behavioral Health, you join a family.


Most people have no idea of the giant capacity we can immediately command when we focus all of our resources on mastering a single area of our lives.

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