Reach out to Next Wind Recovery Today


Reach out to Next Wind Recovery Today

It is not rare for people who have lived with mental health issues to use drugs to feel short-term relief. For example, someone who suffers from extreme anxiety may turn to opiates like prescription painkillers. Someone with a mood disorder like depression might turn to stimulants because they help them feel more engaged with the world around them.

However, if you become dependent on these substances, it can be difficult to break the habit. Substance abuse has changed the way your mind works, just like previous trauma or mental health issues might have. In the same way that someone with diabetes is at greater risk of also having heart disease, someone who struggles with substance use and co-occurring disorders will develop complex and interwoven symptoms.

This makes diagnosis difficult for healthcare professionals. The addiction might be hiding other issues that are just as critical to your recovery. It is not unusual for people in recovery to finish detox and then be disappointed to discover that their previous mental health issues come roaring back. Without good professional help, they will most likely relapse.

At Next Wind Recovery, we offer dual diagnosis treatment for those with co-occurring disorders. Healing is possible. Connect with our team at 201.331.6569 to learn more about our mental health treatment.

Integrated Treatments Use Collaborative Solutionsman gets co-occuring disorder treatment

After a dual diagnosis, you will need an integrated treatment plan guided by a team of professionals who work together on your specific case. A plan like this requires constant communication between the client and the team to provide the skills necessary to successfully overcome addiction and the symptoms of your mental health disorder. Next Wind Recovery creates personalized plans that consider all aspects of your life that are affected, including:

  • Housing and family arrangements
  • Maintaining functional employment
  • Psychoeducation and therapy for other family members
  • Coping strategies for recurring negative thoughts in moments of stress
  • Scheduling appointments to minimize the impact on your life
  • Possible interactions between detox medication and drugs prescribed for mental health issues

How Our Programs Work

Next Wind Recovery builds meaningful bonds between our professional therapists and our clients. Successful therapy requires individually crafted care designed to help you overcome challenges and thrive. Whether or not you require medication-assisted treatment to help with detox, we want to find the perfect balance for your life. If you want to keep your job and minimize disruption to your daily life, we can help with our intensive outpatient program (IOP), which includes:

  • Individual – Our empathetic professional therapists will design sessions that will address any underlying mental health issues you may have. We want you to find genuine happiness in recovery that will be permanent.
  • Group Therapy – Counselors will lead you and your peers through discussions to help you learn new life skills. Even after treatment, you will find that you now have a network of friends that really care about your wellbeing and understand what you are going through.
  • Flexible scheduling — We will work on a schedule with you that will fit your life. You will still get intensive support and care, but with hours that you can manage. The life skills you learn in our programs will be immediately useful for your reconnection with people in recovery.

Call Next Wind Recovery to Learn More

We want you to feel welcome and well informed at Next Wind Recovery. You can look through details of our programs and support systems online, or just call one of our caring professionals and talk it out today at 201.331.6569, or contact us online. We accept both Medicaid and private insurance and are ready to help you heal