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Part two of this series will highlight important cultural considerations when treating patients struggling with co-occurring mental health and addiction during the COVID-19 pandemic. Additional discussion topics will include the use of pharmacotherapy when delivering treatment via telehealth and specific interventions, and how clinicians can assist patients in building community with others during the pandemic.
In part one of this webinar series, learn about the factors that must be considered when using telehealth to treat patients with a substance use disorder. This presentation will also include discussions about the unique treatment factors impacting the patient population, potential risks, and the importance of conducting a risk assessment with patients through telehealth.
COVID-19 is creating untold challenges for everyone, but for the 21 million Americans dealing with addiction, it’s especially tough.
As much of the nation is under stay-at-home orders to keep communities safe from COVID-19, Rogers’ Dr. Michelle Maloney, executive director of addiction services, shares that some are also finding the need to keep themselves safe from another health risk, addiction.
During this time of increased stress and anxiety, those dealing with mental illness and addiction may find it especially hard to cope with the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. Mental health issues can also worsen in a crisis. To meet this critical need, Rogers Behavioral Health is continuing to provide highly specialized, evidence-based treatment through a new virtual resource that gives children, teens, and adults the same clinically proven treatment they would receive in person.
Adding medication to a patient's treatment plan can improve addiction recovery. Dr. Ian Powell, MD, addiction specialist at Rogers, explains how.
Growing up, Dylan seemed to be on the right track with good grades and lots of friends, but by the end of middle school, he was already engaged in drinking alcohol, and smoking cigarettes and marijuana. The downward spiral continued for several years, even after he became a father. It turned out that addiction wasn't the only hurdle he had to overcome - Dylan was also grappling with the co-occurring conditions of anxiety and depression. In this video, Dylan shares how he turned his life around with the help of Rogers Behavioral Health.
At all levels of care, from inpatient to residential to outpatient, Rogers’ approach focuses on mental health issues in addition. In the Mental Health and Addiction Recovery for adolescents at West Allis and the Herrington Centers for adults in West Allis and Oconomowoc, patients get the chance to address not only their substance use but also underlying mental health concerns
When a causal relationship with alcohol collided with the complications of postpartum depression, Kate fell into a downward spiral. Hear how the right mix of love, hope—and treatment—brought her back.
Suicide is the second leading cause of death in young people today—more than homicide, more than overdoses, more than cancer. In today’s blog we discuss the alarming rise of suicide among this age group and how we can help prevent it.
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