Substance abuse does not in many cases present by itself. Often, various mental health conditions present itself along with it. Dual-diagnosis treatment provides the solution to identify the true issue when many conditions are evident and the symptoms are similar to others. In other words, it is when an individual experiences substance abuses and mental illness at the same time. Learn how our treatment plan can help you in these complex scenarios on the road to recovery.
Research from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) has confirmed the strong correlation between addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders. In fact, their recent studies have shown that approximately one third of all clients who abuse alcohol and 50% of clients who abuse drugs are simultaneously experiencing a mental health disorder. For anyone who has struggled with addiction or family members who love them, these statistics are highly significant as it is so often these untreated underlying issues that keep the addiction active. Addicts entering treatment so often report having spent years suffering from overwhelming feelings of anxiety or depression which made it virtually impossible to stop using drugs to self-medicate. At Haven House Treatment Center, we offer a full range of treatment programs to treat individuals with the most complicated diagnosis. If you or a loved one is suffering from addiction as well as symptoms that may be evidence of co-occurring disorders, we can help with our dual diagnosis program.
If you or a loved one is suffering from addiction as well as symptoms that may be evidence of co-occurring disorders, we can help at our dual diagnosis treatment facility. Our inpatient co-occurring disorder treatment services can bring about long-term recovery.
While both have unique characteristics, there is a clear connection between depression and addiction. Both depression and addiction are listed, respectively, in the DSM-5 (Diagnostic
Addiction is a complex disease that affects many facets of a person’s life. In some people, addiction shows up by itself, making it much easier