Substance Use Disorders
What is a substance use disorder?
Substance use disorders are medical conditions that are caused by repeated and frequent misuse of substances that produce a substance illness affecting the body and mind. It can be one substance or multiple substances that are involved in the addictive disorder. The impairments that are experienced by the individual that is ingesting the substance can affect a person’s health, and social functioning, and impair the control over the substance use. When determining the severity of the problem a person is often made by assessing a diagnosis by qualified health professionals. The qualified health professional will utilize cognitive, behavioral, and psychological assessments to determine the range of the severity of the substance use disorder. The range can be mild, moderate, or severe and most substance use disorders will develop gradually over time with repeated misuse of an addictive substance.
Substance Use Disorder & The Brain
The newest research is indicating that substance use disorders are impacting the brain circuits that are responsible for governing the brain’s reward system. It is affecting the ability of the person addicted to the substance to associate cues to trigger a desire to seek out the substance. The individual is determined to satisfy a desire for more of the substance. An individual will seek out a reward and repeat the process repeatedly. This process creates brain stress and affects the decision-making and self-control portions of the brain. Several factors will influence the process and development of a substance use disorder. This will include the type of substance, the genetic vulnerability of the individual, amount, frequency, and duration of the misuse of the substance. Details of more science on addiction to drugs and the brain can be found by going to this link below:
Common Addictive Substance Classes of Drugs
|Stimulants||Cocaine||Other Stimulant Drugs|
Common Substance Use Disorders
|Alcohol Use Disorder||Cannabis Use Disorder||Phencyclidine Use Disorder|
|Hallucinogen Use Disorders||Inhalant Use Disorder||Opioid Use Disorders|
|Sedative Use Disorders||Cocaine Use Disorders||Methamphetamine Use Disorder|
|Heroin Use Disorder||Benzodiazepine Use Disorder||Amphetamine Use Disorder|
|Caffeine Use Disorders||Nicotine Use Disorder||Barbiturates Use Disorder|
Substance Use Disorder Treatment Programs
Summer Sky Treatment Center located in Stephenville, Texas is a Texas-based substance use disorder treatment program that offers help to people with mild, moderate, or severe substance use disorders. Summer Sky offers specialized treatment programs that are designed to help people with a substance use disorder that will need ongoing treatment. Some of the services that we provide are listed below, however, keep in mind we provide addiction-related services for people who require medical detoxification, inpatient treatment services, residential treatment programs, and intensive outpatient services for people with addictions. Summer Sky is one of the Best Texas Substance use Disorder Treatment Programs helping people to recover from addiction-related disorders.
Summer Sky Substance Use Disorder Treatment Programs
- Medical Detoxification (Detox Now Program™)
- Inpatient Treatment Programs
- Residential Treatment Programs
- 30-Day Addiction Treatment Programs
- 60-Day Drug Rehabs
- 90-Day Addiction Treatment Programs
- Sedative Use Disorder Treatment Programs
- Fentanyl Addiction Treatment
- Partial Hospitalization Treatment Programs (Day Treatment)
- Intensive Outpatient Treatment Programs (IOP)
- Short-Term Stabilization Program (10-Day Detox and Stabilization)
- Summer Sky Relapse Track™ (For People with a History of Relapse)
Summer Sky Additional Treatment Features
- Pet Therapy
- Music Therapy
- Family Drug Rehab Program
- R.O.P.E.S. Challenge Course
- Equine Assisted Therapy
- GOGA Yoga (Baby Goat Yoga) As Seen on Shark Tank™ TV Show
- Access to Professional Gym & Personal Trainer
- Therapeutic Activities
Helping Residents of Texas for Over 37-years
What is an Addiction?
Addiction is one of the most severe forms of a substance use disorder and it is associated with the compulsive or uncontrolled use of one or more addictive substances. Addiction is a chronic brain disease that if left untreated will progress to more severe health-related problems.
Addiction Treatment is an Effective Intervention
People can stop the progression of addiction by contacting Summer Sky to discuss all the available addiction treatment options™ and our addiction treatment professionals can help you in determining the best course of action to intervene. Since a substance use disorder can be treated with a wide variety of substance-related interventions. It is important to discuss with our admissions specialist your specific treatment needs so that you can be matched to the correct type of substance use disorder services that will maximize your efforts to get the best results for treatment services. Our Summer Sky Admissions Department is available 24-hours a day 7-days a week to help with questions, and concerns or to schedule an admission into one of our substance use disorder treatment programs. You can contact the admissions department at 1-888-857-8857.
Summer Sky Accepts Most Major Private Health Insurance Plans
|Aetna||Anthem||Beacon Health Options|
|Blue Cross Blue Shield||BCBS HMO||BCBS of Texas PPO|
|First Health||Galaxy Health Network||Health Smart|
|Humana||Life Synch Humana||Magellan|
|United Healthcare||UBH||Scott and White Health Plan|
If you do not see your health plan listed above? Call us at 1-888-857-8857 to see if we accept your plan! There are so many health plans across Texas that we accept.
Providing Alcohol Rehab & Drug Rehabs for Residents of Texas
Texas Alcohol Rehabs & Drug Rehabs in Texas
We Accept Most All Major Insurance Plans
30-Day Addiction Treatment Programs $8000.00
60-Day Texas Addiction Treatment Programs $16,000.00
90-Day Addiction Treatment Programs $21,000.00
Detox Included with the above addiction treatment specials “Limited Time Offer”