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At Archstone Behavioral Health, we understand that mental health plays a vital role when someone is struggling with addiction. If you or a loved one have suffered from a traumatic experience and/or a mental illness and turn to drugs or alcohol, you are not alone.  

What is a Co-occurring Disorder & Dual Diagnosis Treatment?

It’s common for people who are struggling with depression, anxiety, PTSD, and other mental health disorders to use drugs or alcohol to numb their pain. Many people who are struggling with mental health disorders don’t know how to cope in healthy ways, which is one of the reasons why it’s so important to receive mental health services, such as dual diagnosis treatment at an addiction treatment center. 

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What are Different Types of Dual Disorders?     

There are many different types of co-occurring disorders, and all of them can be treated here at Archstone Behavioral Health.

How Can We Help?  

When issues such as trauma, depression, and anxiety are left untreated, the risk of relapse increases. If you have co-occurring disorders and you only tackle the substance use disorder, you or a loved one may return home and feel compelled to self-medicate.  

To have a much better chance of long-term recovery, seeking mental health services in the form of dual diagnosis treatment is essential. However, it’s important to realize before going through this form of treatment that it won’t be a quick fix. Detoxing from drugs or alcohol doesn’t take much time, but taking away the psychological addiction to a substance can take years, especially if past trauma and mental illnesses have been left untreated for a long time.  

If you or a loved one are currently struggling with addiction and mental illness, call Archstone Behavioral Health at (561) 264-4961 to get help today. 

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