Dual diagnosis, also called co-occurring disorder, exists when a client has both a mental health disorder and a substance use disorder. Surveys show that 8.9 million adults have a dual diagnosis of both a mental health problem like depression, anxiety, or bipolar disorder, and an addiction to drugs or alcohol.
Our Solutions is a dual diagnosis treatment center utilizing integrated treatment to address issues with both mental health and addiction. In integrated treatment, a client is given individualized drug abuse treatment concurrently with treatment for a mental health condition—all in a safe, familial environment. Our co-occurring disorders treatment includes therapy for drug or alcohol addiction and any one or more of the following mental health disorders:
- Major depressive disorder (MDD)/Depression
- Bipolar disorder
Clients are treated on an individual basis and treatment is customized based on our assessment of their mental health condition, severity of addiction, current medications being taken, family history, and other essential information. We try to include family every step of the way, through therapy sessions and other avenues as outlines in our Family Services program.