Treating Substance Abuse
How can you tell the difference between recreational drinking or substance abuse? The truth is, often you can't—but your family and friends can.
If your loved ones have ever expressed concern about your substance use—or if you’ve ever lost important relationships over alcohol or drugs—it may be time to seek help.
If you have a substance abuse problem, or fear you might but are worried about seeking treatment due to stigma or shame, please call us. Our board-certified addiction psychiatrists are some of the best in the country, and we can help you find freedom from the substances damaging your life.
How We Help
Substance Abuse Resources
Using genetic testing to address substance abuse issues
A number of genes are implicated in the likelihood that one will abuse alcohol or drugs.
Not all addictions involve substances: Are you addicted to your phone?
Nomophobia, an abbreviation for “no-mobile-phone phobia,” was coined to describe a growing societal addiction to cell phones.
Sandra’s story: How precision medicine helped Sandra overcome her alcohol and cocaine abuse
Sandra, a 34-year-old physician, abused substances to alleviate the emotional pain caused by failed love relationships.
Is your substance abuse masking a deeper problem?
If you’re using substances to manage a deeper problem, we can help you address your pain… no matter what the cause.