At Midwest Recovery and Wellness it is our mission to offer the best, most advanced and most comprehensive addiction treatment program. Our dual-diagnosis, evidence-based program treats the addiction and the underlying issues that lead down the path of addiction in order to help you or your loved one begin the rewarding, lifelong journey of recovery. Learn more.
Mental Health Services
We also offer individual, couples, child, adult and family counseling services. If you are experiencing depression, anxiety, grief, relationship issues, trauma or just desire to be a more fulfilled and happier person, our therapists can help. Don’t hesitate to contact us in order to begin your positive transformation process. Learn More.
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Number of Americans Struggling with Addiction Issues
At any given moment, roughly 13% (almost 42 million) of Americans are struggling with addiction or substance abuse issues. Many people think of addiction as it relates to alcohol or drug use but people can struggle with many addictions. While alcoholism and drug addiction are the most common addictions, people can also be addicted to food, sex, gambling, shopping, etc… and Midwest Recovery and Wellness has the experience, expertise and capability to treat most any addiction.
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Dual Diagnosis Treatment
Many people diagnosed with a substance use disorder (SUD) or addiction disorder also suffer from a co-occurring mental health or behavioral disorder (anxiety, depression, PTSD, ADHD, bipolar disorder, etc..). This is known as a dual diagnosis. Individuals with a dual diagnosis require an integrated treatment plan that addresses both disorders as interconnected mental health issues and we ensure that our treatment programs are tailored to the individual, without being cookie cutter. We believe each individual is unique and deserves a treatment plan specific to their needs.
According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), 45 percent of people with addiction have a co-occurring mental health disorder.
By seeking treatment for addiction and a co-occurring behavioral or mental health disorder, you will stand the best chances of successfully attaining the fulfilling, healthy life you deserve.
Addiction Affects Those Around Us
When most people think of addiction, they think of the struggles and pain that the person suffering from the addiction is dealing with. However, addiction directly and indirectly affects everyone around the addicted person. The roots of addiction spread out from the addicted individual and can easily and painfully affect everyone close to them. Because of this, we ensure that educational and coaching sessions are available to any family or friends who would like to participate. Statistics show that, when a family is even minimally involved in one’s addiction treatment, the success rates can increase 30%.
Our staff is also always available to answer any questions you may have about the disease of addiction because, when more people are educated, the greater the chance for positive change.