The Mosaic Program®
Recovery treatment from substance use and non-acute behavioral health disorders
The combination of substance use and behavioral health disorders is more common than most people would guess. Studies show that at least half of all clients seeking addiction will also struggle with a behavioral health disorder. These individuals are referred to as dual diagnosis clients. Some of the psychiatric conditions commonly seen in substance use treatment programs are anxiety (panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder), PTSD, depression, bipolar disorder, attention deficit disorders and personality disorders.
Dual diagnosis clients are at higher risk for relapse, poor adherence to their treatment plans and an increased risk of health issues down the road.
Providence Treatment’s Mosaic Program
The Mosaic Program at Providence Treatment is designed to meet the needs of clients who present with both substance use and mental health disorders. The dual diagnosis client is treated through an integrated model of services that may include many forms of program treatment and community-based resources, such as:
- Group, individual and family therapies
- Psychiatry services
- Psychological assessments
- Community self-help groups
- Meditation training
- Spiritual direction
- Recovery coaching
- Case management
- Specialized aftercare planning
The client receives all the services offered at Providence Treatment, but in addition, will be linked to quality providers to assist with mental health support, as well as addiction recovery services at Providence Treatment.