Northern California First Responder Trauma and PTSD Rehabs
PTSD Dual Diagnosis Rehab Treatment for First Responders
Bay Area, Sacramento, Bangor
First Responder Dual Diagnosis Treatment –
Northern California Trauma, PTSD and Addiction Rehabs
New Start Recovery Solutions has First Responder Trauma and PTSD treatment in Northern California.
Firefighters, police, EMS personnel and other first responders experience high stress (and high risk) situations daily. The stress involved does not disappear when the responders go home at night.
High stress profession working conditions can contribute to mental health problems and substance abuse. These working conditions include:
Studies suggest that sleep disturbances with least 2 weeks of insomnia or hypersomnia (or both) reported – are risk factors for the later development of depression, anxiety disorders or substance abuse and addiction.
When first responders receive treatment soon after health impacts from a traumatic event are noticed – months of suffering can be avoided.
WE CAN HELP!
Asking for Help with Trauma is a Sign of Strength
Asking for help to deal with the impacts of trauma, PTSD and/or substance abuse issues is a sign of strength.
Firefighters, police, EMS and other emergency services providers are seldom called on to rescue cute kittens from trees.
On a daily basis, first responders see accident victims horribly injured or burned, rescue survivors crushed in crumbling buildings, fight overwhelming forest fires, pull residents from burning buildings.
Or they may be called on to defuse situations ranging from domestic disputes to a hostage crisis.
For first responders, work stress takes an emotional and mental toll. Their job stress often includes:
• Not being able to save everyone;
• The extent of serious injuries at an accident scene;
• Not being successful in defusing a dispute resulting in injury
Taking care of mental health is as important as managing physical health. Although in many cases – there may still be a stigma attached to seeking help.
However, the sooner emergency personnel receive treatment after a traumatic event health impacts are noticed – the better the outcome.
There is no need to ‘suffer in silence’ for months before seeking (and receiving) help and treatment.
PTSD Risk for Firefighters, Police, EMS, Veterans, and Others
Firefighters, police, EMS, veterans, and other first responders are at high risk of experiencing trauma. And ongoing experience of trauma can lead to developing behavioral health issues. Mental health and wellness issues that can be caused by repeated trauma include anxiety, depression, burnout, PTSD, functional alcoholism and addiction.
The traumatized individual not only experiences impacts to their own health and wellness. Significant others, friends and family are also affected by PTSD and ‘self-medicating’ substance abuse.
The New Start Recovery Solutions evidence-based dual diagnosis addiction and trauma treatment program gives patients the techniques, strategies and support needed to cope with trauma and stress on a daily basis.
And treatment assists in developing healthier ways of handling trauma moving forward.
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Our Full Continuum of Care
Medical Detox · Residential Rehab · Outpatient IOP and PHP · Medication-Assisted Treatment MAT · Telehealth Virtual IOP · Outpatient Primary Mental Health Care · Family Programs · Alumni Programs and Support
What is PTSD?
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition that is triggered by the trauma of experiencing or witnessing a terrifying event. PTSD symptoms can include flashbacks, nightmares and severe anxiety – as well as uncontrollable or intrusive thoughts about the event.
Emotional and psychological trauma occurs when extraordinarily stressful events shatter an individual’s usual sense of security. As a result, there is a feeling of being temporarily helpless in a dangerous world.
Most people who experience traumatic events have temporary difficulty adjusting and coping. If trauma symptoms get worse – or last more than 3 months and interfere with day-to-day functioning – you may have PTSD.
Traumatic Experiences are Unique to Each Individual
Traumatic experiences often involve a threat to life or safety. However any situation that creates a feeling of being overwhelmed and isolated can result in trauma; trauma does not need to involve physical harm. The more frightened and helpless feelings that are generated – the more likely trauma will occur.
We all react to trauma in different ways – there is a wide range of physical and emotional reactions to trauma. There is no “right” or “wrong” way to think, feel, or respond. Do not judge your own reactions or those of other people.
Your responses are NORMAL reactions to ABNORMAL events.
Getting effective treatment after PTSD symptoms develop can be critical to reduce symptoms and improve the quality of life.
WE CAN HELP!
Whole Person, Evidence-Based Dual Diagnosis PTSD Substance Abuse Treatment
For lasting recovery – dual diagnosis addiction rehab treatment at New Start Recovery Solutions has the goal of identifying and healing underlying issues.
At New Start Recovery Solutions, we specialize in evidence based integrated treatment for dual diagnosis. Our dual diagnosis treatment programs include mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD and more.
Dual diagnosis addiction recovery requires going beyond a basic treatment of alcoholism, substance abuse, and co-occurring disorders. We combine primary mental health care with addiction recovery treatment.
• Medically Managed Detoxification
• Residential Inpatient Rehab Treatment – Adults 18+
• IOP and PHP Outpatient Services – Adults 18+
• 24-hour on-site monitoring
• Whole Person Evidence-based Recovery
• Medication-Assisted Treatment MAT for Opioid Addiction
• Telehealth Virtual IOP Intensive Outpatient Program
• Family Program and Alumni Program
• Holistic Treatment – Yoga, acupuncture and more
• Nutrition and Wellness Programs
• Relapse Prevention and Mindfulness for Recovery
• Dual Diagnosis Treatment (Our Specialty)
• PHP ‘Day Program’ Partial Hospitalization Program
• IOP Intensive Outpatient Treatment
• Outpatient Primary Mental Health Therapy
• Veteran PTSD Dual Diagnosis Rehab
• VA Community Care Provider
• TriWest In-network (Proud to be Serving our Military!)
• Most Insurance Accepted
We Treat the Whole Person: Body, Mind and Spirit
Our whole person dual diagnosis (also called co-occurring disorders) treatment programs make use of evidence-based therapy that has been researched academically and/or scientifically – and have been proven effective. We use the Conscious Recovery program as well as yoga, acupuncture and other holistic addiction recovery treatments.
Our evidence-based and trauma-informed treatment includes a combination of:
Confidential Consultations, Questions or Admissions
We are dedicated to helping those in need.
We Work with EAP and Union Programs and Accept Most Insurance