Many clients suffer from a co-occurring mental health disorder that must be addressed if they are to be successful in recovery from substance abuse.
River Ridge Recovery has licensed therapists as well as a psychiatrist specializing in addiction medicine on staff. These mental health professionals are available in Burnsville for initial diagnostic evaluations, consultation, medication management, and individual therapy. Our psychiatrist is also certified to provide opioid replacement therapies such as Buprenorphine and Suboxone.
Mental Health Help You Can Count On
At River Ridge Recovery, our doctors and staff are not here to judge you. We want to help you recover from the issue you are suffering from, regardless of how simple or complex, it may seem. We have the training, ability, and resources to provide mental health treatment for patients in Burnsville and Minneapolis. You can count on us to fully evaluate your condition and understand everything that is going on before making a custom treatment plan.
We Don’t Offer One-Size-Fits-All Treatments
When it comes to mental health services, we understand the same treatment isn’t going to be right for everyone. We also understand in order to help you overcome your addiction; you need a treatment that is customized to your specific needs. By providing a thorough evaluation and creating a treatment plan, we can help our patients find success in our drug treatment programs.
When you seek mental health treatment, there is no need to feel ashamed or embarrassed. Substance abuse is a disease, regardless of whether you are addicted to alcohol, an illegal substance or prescription drugs. We can provide treatment that addresses the underlying cause of the addiction. Our goal is to help you overcome this problem and ensure the treatment provided lasts.
If you are in need of any type of mental health services in Minneapolis or Burnsville, contact us today. We can help you get your life back on track by developing a custom treatment plan that addresses your issues with substance abuse, as well as any underlying mental health issues that may be present.