bipolar & TREATMENT


Co-occurring SUD

POLAR WARRIORS: YOUTUBE VIDEO

Polar Warriors: Dual Diagnosis

WebMD: Bipolar & Alcohol Abuse

WebMD.com: Mental Illness and Substance Abuse notes alcohol is most commonly abused substance with bipolar:

Mayo Clinic: Bipolar & Alcoholism

MayoClinic.org: Bipolar Disorder and Alcoholism: Are They Related?

NAMI: substance use disorders

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI): Substance Use Disorders:

DualDiagnosis.org: Addiction


Foundations Recovery Network (DualDiagnosis.org): Bipolar and Addiction:

Healthline: Bipolar & Alcohol Use

Healthline.com: Bipolar Disorder and Alcohol Use Disorder:

Medical News: Alcohol and Bipolar


MedicalNewsToday.com: How Does Alcohol Affect Bipolar Disorder?

Psychiatric Advisor: Bipolar & SUD


PsychiatricAdvisor.com: Bipolar and SUD involves many diagnostic and treatment challenges:

DBSAlliance: Recovery


Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSAlliance.org): Dual Diagnosis and Recovery:

Dual Diagnosis Facilities

SAMHSA: Choosing a Facility


SAMHSA Advisory: Choosing a dual diagnosis treatment center using "FIRESIDE principles":

Addiction Center


AddictionCenter.com:

Under "Community" "Who Addiction Affects" "Co-Disorder" "Bipolar Disorder" find: Understanding Bipolar Disorder:

Lakeview Health: Treatment Center


LakeviewHealth.com:

Under "Addiction Treatment Programs" "Dual Diagnosis Treatment Center" "Bipolar Treatment Center" find:

Rehab Spot: Co-occurring


RehabSpot.com:

Under "Treatment" "Co-occurring Disorders" find:

Beachway Therapy Center: Holistic


The Beachway Therapy Center (Beachway.com):

Under "Programs" "Dual Diagnosis" "Bipolar Disorder" find:

Beachway: SUD & Mental Illness Overview

Beachway: Bipolar and Addiction

Greenhouse American: Addiction


Greenhouse American Addiction Treatment Centers:

Under "Addiction Information" "Co-occurring" "Bipolar Disorder" find: 

Sierra Tucson: Co-Occurring


SierraTucson.com:

Under "What We Treat" "Co-occurring" "Types" "Bipolar Disorder" find:

Sierra Tucson: Signs & Symptoms of Bipolar

 

Dual Diagnosis Recovery Network


DualDiagnosis.org: Foundations Recovery Network explores:

The Recovery Village: Bipolar & Addiction; Substance Abuse

TheRecoveryVillage.com:

Under "Addiction Treatment" "Dual Diagnosis" "How Common. . ." "Bipolar Disorder" find:

Bipolar Disorder & Substance Abuse

For the Ridgefield, WA Center, under "Treatment Programs" "Co-occurring" "Bipolar Disorder" find:

Bipolar Co-occurring with Addiction - Ridgefield, WA Location

The Recovery Village: RidgefieldRecovery.com

Some LGBTQ+ Friendly Facilities 

Mission Harbor Behavioral Health

SBTreatment.com
SBTreatment.com/Resources/LGBTQ-Friendly-Guide

Michael's House

MichaelsHouse.com
MichaelsHouse.com/blog/Dual-Diagnosis-
Treatment-for-LGBTQ-Patients/

Cast Centers

CastCenters.com/about/LGBTQ

SYNERGY HEALTH

SynergyHealthPrograms.com
SynergyHealthPrograms.com/LGBTQ-Services/

 LINKS TO STRENGTH 

Facility  Locators 

RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT ASSN: FACILITY FINDER

American Residential Treatment Association (ARTAUSA.org):

30 members list photographs, descriptions and types of residential programs offered:

Addiction Center: Dual Diagnosis: Zip Code Locator

AddictionCenter.com: Zip code facility locator for their facilities:

Addiction Center: Zip Code Finder

AddictionCenter.com: Bipolar Information

SAMHAS: TREATMENT FACILITY DIRECTORY

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA.gov):

National Directory of Mental Health Treatment Facilities – 2019 (PDF):

SAMHSA: 2019 Directory Link

SAMHSA: Behavioral Health Treatment Facility Locator Map with a zip code search:

Zip Code Facility Locator

    

NIH: Find Help

National Institute of Health (NIH): Find a Health Care Provider or Treatment:

TMS  or  ECT?

NIH: compare rtms with ect

A National Institute of Health: Comparison of rTMS with ECT; side effects; hospital earnings; coverage of costs; and patient preferences:

Very Well Mind: TMS & ECT

VeryWellMind.com: An Expert compares TMS & ECT; stimulation to the point of seizure; where is it done; and the cost:
 

TMS  &  Bipolar

Psychiatric Times: Risks


PsychiatricTimes.com: importance of finding bipolar treatments that do not increase the suicide risk, risk of mixed states and/or rapid cycling risk:
 

Windmill Wellness Ranch & itms

A variation of TMS is called Integrated Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (iTMS):
 
 
WindmillWellnessRanch.com offers iTMS but does not yet list bipolar as a condition to benefit from iTMS:
 

Psychiatric Advisor: potential rtms


PsychiatryAdvisor.com: Repetitive TMS (rTMS) as potential maintenance therapy for bipolar:
 

Clinical Trials: rtms / tdcs


 
Ongoing 2019 Clinical Trial: rTMS & Bipolar:
 
 
 
Ongoing 2019 Clinical Trial: tDCS & Bipolar:
 
 

NAMI and Mayo Clinic: Inform YOur Doctor

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and the Mayo Clinic stress the importance of informing your physician:
 
. . . if you have bipolar, are at high suicide risk or have psychosis before having brain stimulation:
 
 
 
MayoClinic.org: Tell your doctor if you have substance abuse, bipolar or psychosis before accepting TMS treatments:

ECT

VIDEO SESSION OF ECT: ADILTALK1


Adiltalk1 has a YouTube video, ECT in Modern Psychiatry, of an ECT session:
 

NIH: ECT STudies

National Institute of Health (NIH) scientific studies of ECT:

NIH: ECT Studies*

(*Website address may change in May 2020)

 

Healthline: ECT Described

Healthline.com: ECT described:

Mayo Clinic: View of ECT

MayoClinic.org and its view of ECT:

mha: Informed Consent for ECT

MHA, Mental Health America (mhanational.org) and the need to obtain informed consent before ECT:
 

Psychiatry.org: risks and benefits: 


Healthline.com: ECT described:

ECT: Some Patient Perspectives

NatashaTracy.com, Mental Health Blogger and Author, presents some patient perspectives on ECT:
 

webMD: View on ECT

WebMD.com shares it's view of ECT:
 

MAD IN AMERICa: rethinks ECT

MadinAmerica.com: Rethinks the use of ECT:
 
 
 
 

MentalHelp.net: ECT

MentalHelp.net addresses ECT

Hopkins Medicine: FAQ on ECT

HopkinsMedicine.org: FAQ  on  ECT:

PAD

Psychiatric Advanced Directives

MentalHelp.net: PAD pro's and con's

MentalHelp.net explains why and when some sign a Psychiatric Advanced Directive (PAD) and use of PAD to express use or nonuse of ECT choice:
 

Harvard Health: PAD

Health.Harvard.edu addressed PADs:
 
 
 
 
 
 

NAMI: PAD and legal rights

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) on Psychiatric Psychiatric Advanced Directives (PAD):

NAMI & PADs 

NAMI and legal rights of those with mental illness conditions, including Right to Treatment section:

NAMI & Legal Rights

SAMHSA: PAD Resources

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration has a Practical Guide to PADs:

SAMHSA: PAD Practical Guide 

 
SAMHSA also offers information on Behavioral Health Advanced Directives:

NursingCenter.com: PAD

NursingCenter.com: article on PADs:
 
 
 

NRC-PAD.org: STATE BY STATE on PAD

The National Resource Center on Psychiatric Advance Directives (NRC-PAD.org) offers state by state information:

PAD BOOK: by Jacqueline M Atkinson

Here are links to Jacqueline M Atkinson's book on issues surrounding the PAD and a review of that book:

PAD PDF/Book Link

 
 

 STRENGTH   THROUGH   LINKS