CommonHealth Recovery


A Full, Integrated Approach to Dual Diagnosis

We can help you break away from addictions and Live Your Best. Our fully integrated treatment program combines substance use disorder and mental illness interventions to treat addictions, mental disorders, and related problems. Often times coupled with case management, an integrated program must be able to address CODs (co-occurring disorders) and provide targeted services to successfully achieve recovery. 


It can happen to anyone, regardless of class, gender, or environments. If you or a loved one is concerned about your drinking, we can help you determine if it's alcoholism.

Prescription Drug Abuse

Whether you’re struggling with opiates, benzodiazepines or other forms of prescription drugs, our addiction specialists will help you break the cycle of dependency.

Drug Addiction

We help you by treating all types of drug addictions including but not limited to meth, heroin, cocaine, and THC. We also specialize in poly-drug use treatment.

Medications We Prescribe

FDA-approved drugs such as Suboxone® (buprenorphine) relieve withdrawal symptoms, while Vivitrol®, (naltrexone), and Campral® (acamprosate) control cravings.

Other promising medications include Zofran® (ondansetron), Topamax® (topiramate), and Antabuse® (disulfiram). These treatments are non-mood altering, non-addictive, and have few side effects.

Co-occurring Disorders

The specific causes of mental illness and substance use disorder are not fully understood at this time. Family history, genetics, brain chemistry, and environmental factors all appear to play important roles in the development of both mental illness and substance use disorder. Some common issues associated with co-occurring disorders include:

  • Family and social problems
  • Employment or school problems
  • High-risk behavior
  • DUI
  • Multiple admissions for treatment due to relapse
  • Multiple admissions for psychiatric care due to the reoccurrence of psychiatric symptoms
  • Increased emergency room admissions
  • Increased need for acute health care services
  • Legal problems and incarceration