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Dual Diagnosis Treatment Program


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dual diagnosis treatment programFinding relief from the symptoms of a mental health condition can be challenging. The right medication may be hard to find, some forms of therapy may not work well, and staying committed to mental wellness may seem like a lost cause. Even more challenging, many mental health conditions occur alongside a substance abuse or addiction problem. Many people with mental health problems try to relieve their symptoms with drugs or alcohol, and many who abuse substances develop a mental condition. A dual diagnosis treatment program can help provide care to people struggling with mental health and addiction.

A dual diagnosis treatment program is a vital part of the addiction treatment programs at every Evoke Wellness center. We understand how easily addiction can take over your life or the life of someone you love and how hard it can be to find relief from mental health symptoms. We also know that recovery is possible. Our addiction treatment centers are the country’s premier medical detox and residential treatment facilities. Whether you’re struggling to overcome a drug or alcohol addiction, you’ll find hope and help during a time in which it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. Find a dual diagnosis treatment program near you today by calling 866.429.2960; our admissions counselors are available 24/7 to help you.

Common Dual Diagnoses

Many mental health conditions commonly occur alongside addiction. Here are some of the most common dual diagnoses:

  • Anxiety disorders
  • Depression
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

If you or someone you love is struggling with a mental health condition and addiction, it’s essential to seek help from a dual diagnosis treatment program. A dual diagnosis treatment program can provide the comprehensive care you need to overcome both your addiction and your mental health symptoms.

The Importance of a Dual Diagnosis Treatment Center

A dual diagnosis treatment center can provide the comprehensive care you need to overcome your addiction and mental health symptoms. A dual diagnosis treatment center will:

  • Evaluate your symptoms – A dual diagnosis treatment center will evaluate your symptoms to determine whether you have a mental health condition and, if so, what that condition is.
  • Develop a treatment plan – The team at a dual diagnosis treatment center will develop a treatment plan that includes both addiction treatment and mental health treatment.
  • Provide comprehensive care – Medical professionals and recovery specialists at a dual diagnosis treatment center will provide comprehensive care that includes individual therapy, group therapy, and medication management.

An effective dual diagnosis treatment program can help you find relief for a healthier, happier future.

If you're ready to start your journey to recovery, we're here to help.

Evoke Wellness Dual Diagnosis Treatment Programs

Evoke Wellness is a leading provider of dual diagnosis treatment programs. Our addiction treatment centers offer medical detox, residential treatment, and dual diagnosis therapy. The medical professionals and recovery specialists in our centers in Florida, Massachusetts, and Ohio know the importance of compassionate care when you’re in recovery.

It does not matter how long you have been struggling with substance abuse and your mental health. Our teams can help you learn how to manage your addiction triggers and mental health symptoms. We are ready to help you find a better way forward.

Find a Dual Diagnosis Treatment Center Today

Taking the first step toward recovery isn’t easy, but we’re here to help. When you start a dual diagnosis treatment program, you’ll have the support of a team that cares about your progress and well-being. Recovery is possible; it’s easier with help.

Call 866.429.2960 today to speak with one of our admissions counselors. We are available 24/7, so you can get the help you need when you need it.