Did you know that most people who have a dual diagnosis – an addiction coupled with a mental or emotional health issue – aren’t receiving treatment for either condition? Unfortunately, it’s true. The recent US Surgeon General’s report Facing Addiction in America found that more than 40% need to treat an addiction with dual diagnosis treatment, yet fewer than half of these people receive treatment for either disorder.
This distinct lack of dual diagnosis treatment is one reason why drug and alcohol rehab success rates are so low.
Fortunately, that’s not the end of the story. People really can heal from addiction, and true dual diagnosis treatment is available if you know where to look.
Healing Mental Health Disorders and Addiction with Dual Diagnosis Treatment
If you’ve been through addiction treatment before only to find that it failed to address your deeper issues, we understand how disheartening that can be.
We have found that it is not the norm for most rehab centers to treat an addiction with dual diagnosis treatment options!
Yet, most people suffering from addiction also have a mental or emotional health issue such as depression, anxiety, bipolar, or trauma. Virtually all of the Participants in our addiction recovery program have a dual diagnosis.
Addiction and mental health are tough topics, but when you address them together, you can change your life.
Get the Facts on Dual Diagnosis Treatment
Healing the Root Causes of Addiction with Dual Diagnosis Treatment.
- What dual diagnosis is and how it relates to the root causes of addiction
- How to tell whether you have a dual diagnosis
- Why the mental health stigma doesn’t make sense
- Dual diagnosis and depression, anxiety, trauma, bipolar disorder, and eating disorders
- Addressing underlying core issues
- What to do for medical detox
- How to decide if residential rehab for addiction is right for you
- How to choose a dual diagnosis treatment center
- What you need to know about residential addiction treatment costs and pricing
In Pakistan today we face an epidemic of addiction. People are hooked on opioids, alcohol, food, sex, gambling, gaming, and much more.
Even after people decide to seek treatment, choosing an addiction recovery program can be difficult and daunting. We’re here to help you to simplify this process.