What We Treat

We Treat A Wide Range of
Mental Health & Substance Abuse Disorders

Whether you or a loved one are struggling with mental health issues or drug and alcohol abuse, we are equipped to be able to help find a way out. Take a look below and see the variety of problem causing issues we are able to work on. 

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Mental Health Disorders Treated


When someone is struggling with an anxiety disorder they are usually feeling a lot of worry, fear, or stress which can be sometimes debilitating to their day to day routine. This can interfere with work, friends, family, and other important aspects of life. We at Solace Treatment understand the seriousness of this condition and are ready to help you or your loved one find a way out of feeling stuck or overwhelmed.

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Suffering from major depression can have symptoms such as low mood or energy, loss of interest in daily activities, or feeling indifferent or negative about life in general. The cause of this disorder can be both biological or environmental and requires medical help more often than not. People who struggle with untreated depression can face unnecessary hardships in life which could be preventable with proper treatment. 

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People who struggle with bipolar disorder often times find themselves in unexpected mood swings. These can range from feeling down and depressed all the way to a happy manic state. Bipolar disorder can stem from genetic as well as environmental factors. Life can become very difficult for those who struggle and without help it can become unmanageable. Treatment for this condition usually involves both psychotherapeutic as well as medication based therapy.

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Schizophrenia is a condition which can leave the person struggling unable to think or behave in a clear manner. It is unknown what directly causes schizophrenia but genetics and environmental factors do play a roll. Although drugs and alcohol abuse cannot cause schizophrenia, they can often lead to altered brain chemistry which can increase the risk of those prone to it. This condition is usually treated with medication and therapy as well as specialty care. We are here to help.

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Trauma Related

Trauma related disorders are typically linked to childhood events or significantly stressful experiences which cause the individual to act out in an unhealthy manner. Usually the events experienced are emotionally and physically painful or disturbing. Childhood neglect or traumatic family based events can leave long lasting effects on someone and cause them to maladjust to life. Sometimes these issues run so deep the person may not even be aware. We at Solace Treatment can help.

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The symptoms of untreated obsessive compulsive disorder can range from mild to extreme. Usually characterized by repetitive behaviors and compulsions or obsessive thoughts. Individuals who are struggling can be interrupted by a constant state of fear which drives their urge to carry out compulsive behaviors. Fixation on objects and the order they feel the need to place them in are also symptoms of OCD. Treatment is available and Solace Treatment can help. Reach out today!

Obsessive Compulsive

Self Harm

Self-harm counseling is a therapy aimed at helping those who self-injure, focusing on understanding and resolving the underlying issues. Counselors use techniques like cognitive-behavioral therapy and mindfulness to create a safe space for exploring emotions and developing healthier coping mechanisms. This confidential process emphasizes self-compassion and resilience, guiding individuals toward recovery and emotional well-being.

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Eating disorders, including anorexia, bulimia, and binge-eating, are mental health conditions marked by unhealthy eating habits and concerns about weight and body shape. They arise from genetic, environmental, and psychological influences. Treatment involves nutritional guidance, counseling, and medical support, focusing on improving emotional well-being, body image, and establishing a healthy relationship with food. Early intervention is crucial for effective recovery.

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Psychosis is a mental disorder where individuals lose touch with reality, often experiencing hallucinations and delusions. It’s commonly linked to conditions like schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Treatment combines antipsychotic medication and therapy, focusing on managing symptoms and addressing root causes. Early intervention and support are crucial for effective treatment and recovery.

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Grief and loss counseling helps individuals process their emotions following a loss, offering support and guidance through the stages of grief. This therapy provides a space to explore feelings like sadness, guilt, and anger, and assists in developing coping strategies. It aims to facilitate acceptance, honor the memory of the lost, and aid in rebuilding a sense of normalcy, helping to prevent prolonged grief or depression.

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Grief and


Insomnia treatment involves lifestyle changes, behavioral therapies like CBT-I, and sometimes short-term sleep medications. Techniques such as establishing a regular sleep schedule, creating a comfortable sleep environment, and relaxation practices like meditation are recommended. Long-term reliance on medications is generally avoided due to dependency risks. Tailored treatment plans are essential for effective insomnia management.

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Acute Stress Disorder (ASD) develops after a traumatic event, with symptoms like flashbacks, severe anxiety, and dissociation appearing within a month and lasting up to one month. It can precede Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) if symptoms persist. Treatment includes trauma-focused cognitive-behavioral therapy and stress management, with early intervention being crucial to prevent the progression to PTSD.

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Stress Disorder


Agoraphobia disorder treatment combines cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), including exposure therapy, and medications like SSRIs and benzodiazepines. CBT addresses negative thought patterns, while exposure therapy helps patients confront feared situations gradually. Medications are used for symptom management. Supporting treatments include relaxation techniques and lifestyle changes. Tailored treatment plans are essential for effective management.

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Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is marked by unstable moods, behaviors, and relationships, often with intense emotional episodes and a fear of abandonment. Causes include genetic, environmental, and social factors, often linked to childhood trauma. Treatment mainly involves psychotherapy like dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and sometimes medication for specific symptoms. The focus is on regulating emotions, improving relationships, and managing impulsivity for long-term management.

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Borderline Personality

Substance Abuse Disorders Treated

Specialized Treatment

Solace College Student Program that provides various options to cater to the challenges often associated with rigorous academic programs. Students can choose to enroll in a college academic program or take a temporary leave of absence from school to receive intensive support.

Our program equips students with skills to challenge negative beliefs and schemas that affect their thoughts and feelings. They will also gain knowledge on how to improve their relationships with themselves and others.

For veterans, physical and emotional challenges are real. Veterans are likely to suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety, and other mental health issues. Those challenges put the men and women that defend our country into a higher risk category for drug and alcohol problems. On the bright side, there are numerous resources available today to help veterans struggling with drug addiction and substance abuse.