Our facility offers comprehensive, high-quality treatment for adults struggling with substance use disorders. Lakeview Health is also one of the few facilities in America that address any underlying co-occurring mental health disorders associated with substance addiction. Our team provides the highest level of care through a variety of modalities to ensure patients receive the help they need and deserve. Our Jacksonville, Florida location offers gender-specific treatment programs which help in the addiction recovery process. Our treatment center also provides aftercare programs and alumni networks to keep individuals connected during their recovery and long after they leave our facility. To learn more about your treatment options, reach out to Lakeview Health today at 866 704 7692.
When it comes to finding the best addiction treatment options for yourself or someone you love, you have a wide array of choices. This confluence of options can make your decision fairly challenging, but it doesn’t have to be. When you reach out to Lakeview Health, you’ll find the support and structure you or your loved one needs to recover from substance abuse at our addiction treatment center.
Our team of certified mental health professionals address each individuals unique needs
When you reach out to Lakeview Health, you’ll find a wide array of treatment options that we have designed to support the needs of our patients. Our proven addiction recovery results speak for themselves. Whether you’re struggling with an addiction due to a mental health condition or an underlying trauma, we offer a range of treatment options. In doing so, we strive to give you the support you need to overcome your addiction and live a healthier, happier life in the future.
Men tend to use drugs and alcohol for pleasure rather than to manage pain or discomfort. Conversely, women who struggle with substance use tend to attempt to self-medicate chronic mental health conditions or medical ailments. Men and women also have different challenges to their sobriety. Men desire for others to see them as strong, causing them to hold back in therapy sessions. Alternatively, many women struggle with underlying trauma. This trauma may lead them to be reluctant to share the circumstances behind their addiction with a mixed group.
At other treatment centers, their staff may take the easy route for both men and women and group them together. Unfortunately, this can lead to many individuals struggling to come to terms with their addiction and not getting the treatment they need. However, at our treatment center location, we strive to separate men and women as much as possible so that each person receives the care and support they need. To that end, we offer gender-specific treatment.
The Star is our male only facility that specializes in meeting the unique recovery needs of men. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, addiction strikes more men than women, but because women are more likely to seek treatment, it also kills more men. Furthermore, men are more likely to struggle with polysubstance abuse and battle antisocial personality disorder than women. As a result, it’s critical to find treatment for men that addresses their individual challenges.
Drug and alcohol use has been on the rise for women of all ages. Unfortunately, until recently, a significant amount of the research about addiction was directed primarily at men. This lack of research may have led many women to feel isolated in their substance use. They may have thought that they were an outlier or that other women do not struggle with substance use.
Many of those struggling with addiction also struggle with severe trauma that causes mental health issues. In some cases, these conditions cause an individual to self-medicate, meaning that they attempt to control their symptoms using drugs or alcohol. Alternatively, their substance use may have caused a mental health condition to develop over time.
It is critical to address both disorders simultaneously if the patient wants to stay sober for extended periods of time. Choosing only to treat the mental health condition will leave the person’s substance use unchecked. When an addiction continues over long periods of time, it can cause new or worsening mental health conditions to develop. On the other hand, when a person chooses only to address their addiction, they may find that they don’t have the tools to manage their mental health. As a result, they may find themselves turning back to drug or alcohol use to control their mental health condition.
With the help of a dual diagnosis treatment program, however, we can address both conditions concurrently. In other words, we’ll give the patient the tools to manage their mental health while also helping them overcome their addiction. At our Florida rehab center, we can address a range of mental health conditions.
During the rehab program, we’re pleased to provide a wide array of amenities to the patients in our programs. For instance, we welcome our patients to come to our spa. This area allows both men and women to learn to relax without using drugs or alcohol. It can also relieve the aches and pains that can accompany withdrawal symptoms.
In addition to our spa, we offer a range of amenities to allow our patients to develop healthier habits. For instance, we believe fitness therapy is a critical factor in your recovery. At our wellness center, patients can use our state-of-the-art exercise equipment and participate in workout plans that one of our athletic trainers will develop for their needs. We also offer a swimming pool, which allows for both fun and exercise.
In addition, each of our patients will receive a semi-private room, providing fellowship and the opportunity to heal with one another. Patients will also be able to enjoy nutritious, home-cooked meals at our cafe.
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