Mental Health Disorders Treatment at Hannah’s House


Hannah’s House is an established addiction treatment center for women specializing in the treatment of mental health disorders.

We embrace an integrated approach to recovery that includes gender-specific mental health treatment, focusing on healing the whole person.

If you or a loved one are searching for a safe and supportive environment for mental health struggles during recovery, we can help.

Many women are who are diagnosed with substance use disorder also have a mental health disorder as well. Hannah’s House specializes in treating co-occurring disorders in women. Along with comprehensive substance use treatment programs, we offer treatment for the following mental health disorders:


Dual diagnosis treatment in women often involves treatment for mood disorders and substance use. Clinical depression is an example of a mood disorder that debilitates normal life functioning. Depression and anxiety are the most common co-occurring diagnoses among women. Bipolar disorder, dysthymia, or substance-induced mood disorders are other types.


Anxiety disorders can range from emotional reactions like fear or dread of everyday situations to severe anxiety and panic disorders that present with physical symptoms. Anxiety is frequently cited by women with substance use disorders and requires specialized co-occurring disorders treatment.


Traumatic life events — such as verbal, physical, or sexual abuse – can trigger PTSD. Disassociation from oneself and anger, depression, high anxiety, and insomnia are a few symptoms of PTSD.


When a woman experiences uncontrollable thoughts, obsessions, or behaviors she feels the urge to repeat, OCD can be an issue. When OCD is combined with addiction, a woman’s life can be severely impacted and she can benefit from specialized co-occurring disorders treatment.


Three personality disorders common among women with addiction include borderline personality disorder (BPD), narcissistic personality disorder, and histrionic personality disorder. Other examples are paranoid personality disorder, schizoid personality disorder, avoidant personality disorder, and dependent personality disorder.


Excessive shopping, gambling, disordered eating, and sex are examples of process addictions. Cross-addictive behaviors may exacerbate one another and lead to further challenges.

At Hannah’s House, we understand that every woman has different needs for recovery and healing. We believe that every woman can recover. Our trauma-focused program unites the best in advanced clinical therapies and contemporary addiction medicine. We feature a skilled, multidisciplinary team of doctors, nurses, and masters-level therapists, to provide sophisticated care for women that paves the way for sustained recovery and wellness.

We invite you to learn more about our program by calling us today: 561.841.1272.