Category Archives: IOP

Why You Should Consider An Inpatient Behavioral Health Center

An Inpatient Behavioral Health Center is for anyone needing rehabilitation from and has medical needs that require round-the-clock nursing care and/or support. Though some inpatient health centers are part of a hospital system, there are also free-standing and independent facilities available as well. An Inpatient Behavioral Health Centers cost can vary depending on the services […]

The Best Inpatient Mental Health Treatment

Mental health disorders left untreated affect not only the individual struggling, but their family and their community at large. We all have our own unique piece to the puzzle to add in this journey called life, and what happens if some of us never reach our full potential? Look at the world around you today- […]

Finding Inpatient Mental Health Centers In Texas

Combined with an ongoing pandemic, influx of new residents, and turmoil in the world today- mental health centers have never been more in demand. In fact, data from the National Alliance on Mental Health shows that one in five people across the United States experience some form of mental health challenge each year. With such […]

Intensive Outpatient Program in Austin for Substance Abuse Issues

There are a number of outpatient rehab programs in Austin, but our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is unique. We provide individualized care for each patient, tailoring the program to their specific needs when dealing with substance abuse. Outpatient Substance Abuse Programs In Austin: Tailored Towards You! According to the National Survey on Drug Use and […]

CBS Austin News: Dr. K, Community Integrated Addiction Treatment

Omega Recovery is a drug treatment and mental health treatment center in Austin, TX. Dr. Kardaras and our clinical team have created a new, better, and more effective way to treat drug addiction and mental health. Traditionally treatment programs put the struggling addict in an artificial treatment bubble where it’s relatively easy to stay sober, […]

You, Me, and NAMI – Together We Can Make a Difference

Mental illness is a serious medical issue. In 2018 in the United States alone, more than 19 percent (which is just under 48 million people) of the population experienced this health malady in some form. Of those, almost 12 million experienced a serious manifestation such as a major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder or schizophrenia.

Mental Illness Awareness Week

The first week in October is a time set aside for the recognition of mental illness. Previously, those suffering from conditions such as anxiety, bipolar disorder, major depression, and schizophrenia, often lived alone in silence. However, in 1990, things changed when the National Alliance on Mental Illness was established. Their goal was to bring awareness […]

Fentanyl, a Deadly Bait and Switch Game

The United States Fentanyl Crisis The opioid crisis in the United States has resulted in approximately 192 deaths per day. Oxycodone and heroin were not responsible for these deaths. The drug currently killing people is called fentanyl. Fatal drug overdoses significantly increased from 1999 through 2017 due to fentanyl. This drug is classified as a […]

How to Find Work After Rehab

Ways to Find Work After Rehab If you’ve recently progressed through alcohol or drug rehab and have learned how to cope with and manage your addiction, you should feel like a new person. Getting through drug or alcohol treatment can be difficult and will invariably come with numerous obstacles that need to be overcome. Many […]

Alcohol Detox, Austin Texas

An estimated 17 million Americans suffer from alcohol abuse. Americans that have problems with alcohol qualify them for diagnosis of an alcohol use disorder, and the cost of alcohol abuse and use in the country is estimated to be significantly over $200 million per year. This places the burden on society as a result of […]

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