No matter how long you’ve had issues with drug use, what drugs you use, or what other mental health disorders may complicate your unique situation, Crownview Co-Occurring Institute can help. We’ll develop a personalized plan to get you on the road to long term, sustainable recovery.

If you feel like drug use has taken control of your life and there’s no hope or no way out, we encourage you to consider seeking professional treatment. We won’t stigmatize you or judge you for your drug use, or anything else: we’ll welcome you with open arms and provide the best drug addiction treatment available.

Our clinical staff will design a custom treatment program that combines the latest medical, psychiatric, and integrative therapies that promote healing, growth, and long-term recovery from substance use disorder/drug addiction. We use an integrated, holistic treatment model to support the whole person, not just the symptoms of or behaviors associated with drug addiction. If you choose treatment at CCI, we work with you to identify the root cause of your drug use, manage the emotional and physical consequences related to long-term addiction, and give you the practical tools you need to manage your symptoms, restore balance, and move past the painful and disruptive cycles of drug addiction.

Prevalence of Alcohol Addiction and Alcohol Use Disorder

Data from the 2021 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (2021 NSDUH) shows the following statistics on substance use disorder/drug addiction in the U.S.

Substance Use Disorder (SUD) in 2021

  • Total: 46.3 million (16.5%)
  • 18-25: 8.6 million (25.6%)
  • 26+: 35.5 million (16.1%)
  • 12-17: 2.2 million (8.5%)

Here’s the SUD data listed by substance:

SUD in 2021: By Category

  • Alcohol use disorder: 29.5 million
  • Illicit drug use disorder: 24.0 million
  • Marijuana use disorder: 16.3 million
  • Pain reliever use disorder: 5.0 million
  • Methamphetamine use disorder: 1.6 million
  • Stimulant use disorder: 1.5 million
  • Cocaine use disorder: 1.4 million
  • Heroin use disorder: 1.0 million

These figures tell us in no uncertain terms that there are millions of people around the country who need professional addiction treatment. However, additional figures in the NSDUH show that over 90 percent of people who needed treatment for drug addiction/substance use disorder did not get the treatment they needed.

Substance Use Disorder/Drug Addiction and Co-Occurring Mental Health Disorders

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) reports that the following mental health disorders commonly co-occur alongside drug addiction/substance use disorder:

  • Anxiety and mood disorders
  • Schizophrenia
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Major depressive disorder
  • Conduct disorders
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

When an addiction disorder and a mental health disorder co-occur, the most effective approach is to treat them both at the same time. Evidence shows that when a patient receives treatment for one and not the other, both conditions become worse. But when a patient receives treatment for an addiction disorder and a mental health disorder at the same time, outcomes for both conditions improve.

How We Can Help with Your Alcohol Addiction/Alcohol Use Disorder Treatment

Crownview Co-Occurring Institute offers specialized, fully integrated treatment for drug addiction/substance use disorder. Our multidisciplinary team has years of experience assessing, diagnosing, and treating drug addiction and substance use disorder. Every patient at CCI receives a comprehensive addiction and mental health evaluation upon intake and admission. Once we complete an evaluation and arrive at or confirm a diagnosis of drug addiction/substance use disorder, we create a custom treatment plan and work with clients to uncover the root of their drug use and give them the tools they need to manage emotions, handle cravings, prevent relapse, and start their journey to lifelong, sustainable recovery.

The Benefits of Treatment for Drug Addiction/Substance Use Disorder

  • Patients learn about the situations and people that might influence or increase their drug use
  • Patients work closely with their counselors to identify the underlying cause of their substance use disorder
  • Doctors monitor medication (if needed) and make the appropriate adjustments while keeping a close eye on patient progress
  • Patients learn practical skills to manage their symptoms
  • 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 drug addiction/substance use disorder, Crownview Co-Occurring Institute may have a program that meets your needs. Contact us today to learn how we can help.