Warren-Yazoo Mental Health Service is an accredited provider of residential, inpatient, day/night, detox and outpatient drug addiction treatment facilities for …
Warren-Yazoo Mental Health Service is an accredited provider of residential, inpatient, day/night, detox and outpatient drug addiction treatment facilities for adults with mental health problems. Their treatment programs focus on building the client’s self-esteem, confidence, and independence through a comprehensive program of therapies, support groups, medications, and life skills development. In the areas of medication, detoxification, supervision, therapy, and life coaching, they offer a full range of specialty programs. They also provide continuing care management services to their clients, including aftercare services. Programs are designed to meet the unique needs of the client through a comprehensive process of treatment that helps the client to get the most effective help possible and to remain free from drug addiction.
They have been certified by the Addiction Treatment Centers of America (ATCA) and the National Council for Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD). The National Association of Drug Addiction Treatment Professionals (NADA) also gives accreditation to Warren-Yazoo Drug Rehab. They offer state of the art drug addiction treatment programs to both adult and adolescents. Programs are provided in a private, inpatient facility or a variety of services offered through a network of local agencies.
They specialize in providing substance abuse treatment for adults and teenagers. The philosophy of Warren-Yazoo Substance Abuse Treatment is that drug addiction begins in the brain and is not just a physical disease. They believe that the successful recovery of a person can be achieved by restoring his or her chemical balance of neurotransmitters. This can be accomplished through diet, nutritional supplements, exercise, and cognitive-behavioral therapy. Warren-Yazoo also offers a full range of specialty programs such as the Addictive Voice Recognition Program (AVRT), which help people with severe emotional and behavioral problems associated with depression and anxiety, and the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), which are a common alternative to traditional therapies.