What is AUD?

Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) is a medical condition characterized by an impaired ability to stop or control alcohol use despite adverse social, occupational, or health consequences. It spans a spectrum from mild to severe, with various health and safety risks at each point. As awareness grows, so does the importance of finding effective treatment modalities that address not only the symptoms but the root causes of AUD. This is where we come in!

Be the Change in Mental Health (BTC) stands as a pioneer in the reduction of alcohol relapse, providing innovative and compassionate care tailored to individual needs. Recognizing that traditional methods can often fall short, we offer evidence based, medically researched Ketamine-assisted Therapy.

Ketamine-assisted Therapy is a groundbreaking treatment approach that has shown significant promise in relapse prevention. By using ketamine in conjunction with psychotherapy, BTC aims to disrupt the deeply ingrained patterns associated with addiction. This combination allows for a recalibration of thought processes and emotional responses, facilitating a profound and lasting recovery journey.

Our commitment to our patients extends beyond conventional treatments. We offer a holistic approach to recovery, ensuring that each person receives comprehensive care that addresses their psychological and emotional  well-being.  We have licensed therapists, doctors, and registered nurses in our team; all very professional trained in treating AUD. The result is an integrated, personalized treatment experience that is designed for long-term success.

AUD is a complex disorder, but with innovative treatments like those we offer at our outpatient clinic in Santa Rosa, California, recovery is within reach.

With our compassionate team, evidence-based treatments, and a commitment to individualized care, we help individuals reclaim their lives from the grips of alcohol dependency. Call us today at (707) 800-7568!


Disclaimer: Treatments provided by BTC do not constitute a detox program or substitute for residential comprehensive treatment for severe substance use disorders. For individuals struggling with severe alcohol dependency, it is imperative to understand that abruptly ceasing alcohol consumption can pose significant risks. Delirium Tremens (DTs), a severe withdrawal syndrome, typically manifests 48-72 hours after the last drink and necessitates intensive hospital care to prevent seizures and potential fatality. Quitting alcohol can be deadlier than quitting heroin, and withdrawal from alcohol without proper medical supervision can be life-threatening. At BTC in Mental Health, we specialize in providing treatments tailored for individuals who have successfully completed supervised detoxification programs. Our treatment constitutes the next phase of the extensive journey toward complete recovery from Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD).