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Dual Diagnosis Treatment Center in California

One common type is mood disorders, such as depression or bipolar disorder. People with these disorders may turn to drugs or alcohol as a way to cope with their symptoms, which can lead to addiction and further exacerbate their mental health issues.

Another type of co-occurring disorder is anxiety and addiction. Anxiety disorders include conditions like generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Substance abuse can provide temporary relief from the intense feelings of fear and worry associated with these disorders, but it ultimately only worsens the symptoms in the long run.

Personality disorders are also commonly seen in individuals struggling with substance abuse. These include borderline personality disorder, narcissistic personality disorder, and antisocial personality disorder. People with these disorders may turn to drugs or alcohol as a way to self-medicate and manage their difficult emotions.

Psychotic disorders, such as schizophrenia, can also occur alongside substance abuse. For those dealing with psychosis, drugs or alcohol may temporarily alleviate hallucinations or delusions but can also make them worse over time.

Eating disorders are another type of co-occurring disorder that commonly occurs alongside substance abuse. Individuals struggling with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, or binge-eating disorder may use substances as a way to control their weight or numb difficult emotions related to body image issues.

Treatment providers need to address both the substance abuse and the co-occurring mental health condition simultaneously for effective recovery. Ignoring one while treating the other can lead to relapse and worsen symptoms overall.

The duration of our dual diagnosis treatment center varies depending on each individual’s unique needs. Treatment length typically ranges from several weeks to several months.

Many insurance providers offer coverage for our dual diagnosis treatment center. We recommend contacting our admissions team to discuss your insurance coverage and verify your benefits.

Yes, our dual diagnosis outpatient treatment program is designed to accommodate individuals who need to maintain their daily responsibilities. We offer flexible scheduling options to support work, school, and other commitments.

Yes, we encourage family involvement in the treatment process. Our program includes family therapy for addiction, educational resources, and support for loved ones.

After completing the outpatient treatment program, we provide comprehensive aftercare services, including relapse prevention planning, alumni programs, and ongoing support to help individuals maintain their recovery.