Detox with Primary Mental Health Diagnosis: Renew Program
at Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital
Co-occurring Disorder is when someone experiences a mental illness and a substance use disorder simultaneously. Either disorder—substance use or mental illness—can develop first. People experiencing a mental health condition may turn to alcohol or other drugs as a form of self-medication to improve the mental health symptoms they experience. This can result in the person having both a mental health problem and an addiction to drugs or alcohol.
Smokey Behavioral Health Hospital offers a co-occurring program that address both problems at the same time. This specialized program provides the opportunity for the individual to sustain recovery, develop healthy coping skills and address the mental health problems equally.
For patients with co-occurring Disorders, we can safely Detox you too.
Smokey Behavioral Health offers Detox for individuals needing to detox from drugs or alcohol complicated by a primary mental health diagnosis.
It is extremely common that individuals struggling with mental health problems are also seriously involved with drugs or alcohol.
Trained professionals will assess the individual for mental health problems complicated by drugs or alcohol as well as the need for detox.
The Detox protocol at Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital addresses the safe withdrawal management off drugs and or alcohol. The goal of detoxification, also called “detox” or withdrawal therapy, is to enable an individual to stop taking the addicting drug as quickly and safely as possible; while the Co-occurring Disorders program assists in developing healthy coping skills that allow you to stay off of drugs or alcohol.
Withdrawal from different categories of drugs — such as alcohol, benzodiazepines, stimulants or opioids — produces different side effects and requires different approaches.
Let us know how we can help! Call us , at (360) 651-6400.
3955 156th Street Northeast
Marysville, WA 98271
Call Us 24/7 at: (360) 651-6400
From I-5 , take exit 206 onto 172nd St NE.
Head east on 172nd St NE.
Turn right onto Smokey Point Blvd.
Head south on Smokey Point Blvd for 1 mile.
Turn left onto 156th St NE.
Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital is on the left.
Please note that Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital is located on the east side of I-5. Google Maps will take you to the west side of I-5.