We offer the latest, most effective evidence-based treatment for major depressive disorder (MDD) available. At CCI, we want you to know that life can be better – and treatment can help you take the first steps on your recovery journey.

We’re experts at treating clients with all forms of depressive disorders. From mild to moderate to severe symptoms, our clinical team has the skill and experience to help clients manage the symptoms that can impair their career, relationships, and ability to manage their daily routine. We specialize in severe depression, treatment-resistant depression, and depressive disorder with symptoms that significantly disrupt overall health, happiness, and well-being.

We understand depression can feel like it has an unbreakable hold on your life – but treatment can change all that.

Our experienced clinical and medical staff will design a custom blend of medical, psychiatric, and integrative therapies that promote healing and growth. We use the integrated, holistic treatment model to support the whole person, not just the symptoms of depression. If you choose treatment at CCI, we work with you to identify the disruptive patterns of thought and emotion associated with depression, and we give you the practical tools you need to manage those thoughts and emotions and reclaim control of your life.

Depression and Addiction

In some cases, people diagnosed with a depressive disorder to also have issues with alcohol and substance use, and many people with depression meet clinical for an alcohol and/or substance use disorder (AUD/SUD). When an individual has a mental health disorder such as depression and an alcohol and/or substance use disorder and a mental health disorder at the same time, they receive a dual diagnosis and have what treatment professionals call co-occurring disorders.

Evidence shows the following prevalence rates for depressive disorders and co-occurring alcohol and/or substance use disorders among adults in the U.S.

Major Depressive Episode (MDE): 2021

  • Adults 18+: 8.3% (21.0 million)
  • Adults 18-25 showed the highest rates of MDE at 18.6% (6.2 million)

MDE With Severe Impairment: 2021

  • Adults 18+: 5.7% (14.5 million)
  • Adults 18-25 showed the highest rates of MDE at 13.3% (4.4 million)

Additional data shows the following prevalence rates for alcohol or substance use disorder among people with depressive disorders.

Depression and Co-Occurring Disorders

  • Depression and any substance use disorder (SUD): 25%
  • Depression and alcohol use disorder (AUD): 21%
  • Depression and illicit drug use disorder: 12%
  • Depression and cannabis use disorder: 12%

One reason rates of addiction among people with depression is the practice of self-medication: a person with depression may attempt to manage their uncomfortable, painful, and disruptive symptoms with alcohol or drugs. Self-medication may help relieve symptoms temporarily, but as a long-term strategy for symptom management, self-medication causes more problems than it solves.

That’s why treatment is essential: depression and addiction are chronic mental health disorders, and people diagnosed with co-occurring depression and addiction respond well to evidence-based treatment delivered by experience professionals who follow a holistic, integrated treatment model.

How We Can Help with Your Depression Treatment

Crownview Co-Occurring Institute offers specialized treatment for depression and co-occurring alcohol and/or substance use disorders. We understand the critical importance of treating all aspects of depression and addiction during the treatment process: evidence shows that when patients receive treatment for depression and addiction at the same time, outcomes improve.

Our multidisciplinary team is experienced in assessing, diagnosing, and treating depression and addiction disorders. Every patient at CCI receives a comprehensive mental health evaluation to ensure  a complete and accurate diagnosis. Once we complete an evaluation, we help patients manage or overcome the symptoms of their mental health and/or alcohol/substance use disorder – and we address both of them together, because that’s what works best.

The Benefits of Treatment for Depression

  • Patients learn about the situations and people that might exacerbate their symptoms and/or influence their use of alcohol or substances
  • Patients work closely with their counselors to identify the underlying cause of their depression
  • Patients learn practical skills to manage their symptoms
  • Doctors monitor medication and make the appropriate adjustments while keeping a close eye on patient progress
  • Staff members can offer consistent support when it’s needed most

Learn More Today

If you or someone in your family experiences the acute symptoms of depression or addiction, Crownview Co-Occurring Institute may have a program that meets your needs. Contact us today to learn how we can help.