Foundations Recovery Network Highlights
- FRN’s co-occurring disorders treatment program was rated in USA’s top 5% by Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center and recognized as the “gold standard” for co-occurring disorder treatment.
- Typical success rate for co-occurring treatment is 70-80%, vs. sole substance abuse treatment success rate of 20-25%.
- Upon entry to treatment, consumers that reported use of alcohol to intoxication decreased the number of days of alcohol inebriation by 86% six months after treatment.
- Consumers who reported any use of drugs upon entry to the facility reduced the number of days of drug use by 85%, while 82% reported abstinence from drug use after six months.
- Inpatient visits were reduced by 65% for physical problems, 88% for psychiatric treatment, and 91% in substance abuse treatment.
- A comprehensive on-site study revealed a 60% reduction in the severity of psychiatric symptoms and 50% reduction in medical healthcare expenses.
What Is Integrated Treatment?
What is integrated treatment and why is it important for long-term recovery? Watch the video to understand why we focus on the whole person to treat co-occurring addiction and mental health disorders:
The Significance of Treating Co-Occurring Disorders
- At least 10 million people suffer from a co-occurring disorder.
- 65% of individuals with one substance use or mental health condition suffer from a co-occurring condition.
- 50% of people with schizophrenia also suffer from a co-occurring addiction.
- Sufferers of co-occurring disorders comprise the majority of the 10% of patients who expend over 70% of the nations healthcare resources.
- The majority of people with co-occurring disorders receive no treatment, and many are never properly diagnosed.
- Many addiction and mental health treatment programs use assessment criteria that exclude co-occurring condition sufferers.
- We believe that treatment for patients with a co-occurring condition should be the rule, not the exception.
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If you have questions about whether you or a loved one may need rehab and treatment for substance abuse and/or mental health disorders, please contact our call center. Admissions counselors are available 24 hours a day to answer your questions and concerns.