Those who struggle with a borderline personality disorder, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and other mental health conditions can have a particularly difficult time staying engaged in treatment and recovery.
At Compass Recovery, we specialize in meeting these clients where they are and developing treatment plans that cater to their unique needs. Some call it going the extra mile – we call it truly personalized treatment.
Mental Health Conditions That We Treat
We specialize in treating the primary mental health needs of our clients when they come to us for help for addiction recovery.
We are skilled and qualified to treat people with various types of severe mental health conditions, including:
Borderline personality disorder
Treating Mental Health with Addiction
Our experts know that untreated and underlying mental health issues can make it impossible for a person to recover from drugs or alcohol. We also know that without proper treatment for underlying mental health issues, the system of recovery is set up for failure.
At Compass Recovery, we provide the care and expert residential rehabilitation services that invites you to begin healing.
A lifestyle of addiction can be seriously damaging to your brain, body, and your relationships. Every step towards recovery is important. Call us today to discuss admissions to Compass Recovery.
Dual diagnoses are additional mental health conditions that may exacerbate or even contribute to problems with addiction. Dual diagnoses of mental health issues and substance use disorders are very common. Some mental health disorders and the signs of a substance use disorder can show similar or overlapping symptoms.
At Compass Recovery, we have trained and licensed specialists available to you throughout the day and night that provide the care that you need while you undergo detox and recovery from your addiction. Our specialists ultimately work for the stabilization of your mental health and wellbeing.
At the heart of the specialty services that we provide is our care and compassion for your health and safety. The greatest service that we provide is for you to feel the safety and comfort that you have here.
With us, you do not have to feel alone while transforming addiction to recovery.
Are You Ready?
Compass Recovery focuses on bringing hope and compassion to your life with care from well-respected and licensed treatment providers, including a psychiatrist and addictionologist, nurses, therapists, and case managers. From your first moments at Compass Recovery, you will feel the environment that supports your success on this path.
We specialize in preparing you for effective treatment and full recovery from your addiction(s). We work with licensed psychiatrists and provide pharmaceutical interventions where needed. We prioritize your safety when it comes to getting clean.
At Compass we want to know who you are because it matters. If you or your loved one are struggling with addiction, we can help you, call now.
I can never thank you all enough for helping me save my life. You guys are incredible and make this place feel more like a home than a treatment, and that is truly unique
I felt so supported. I felt everyone was compassionate but firm. The home was immaculate, the psychiatrist amazing, and I totally felt hope for the first time in a long time
Staff is great. It's clear they genuine care. And in my experience that's what helps more than anything
This was the easiest, most comfortable...and all in all just the best experience I have ever had in a detox facility. This place has in only seven days turned me back into the man I feel I am, and made me believe I can and will be a better dude
I want to thank everyone here for all that they have done for me. Kenny and Ashely really helped me see myself in a positive way, and I will never forget you guys
Verify Your Insurance
The Compass Recovery program and residential facilities are licensed to provide
addiction and mental health treatment.
Compass Recovery works with most major insurance providers to help cover thecost of high-quality addiction and dual diagnosis treatment.