Struggling with a serious mental health concern and co-occurring substance use disorder is known as a dual diagnosis. Despite the prevalence of dual diagnosis clients in California and across the U.S., many drug rehabilitation centers only offer addiction treatment while ignoring their psychological counterparts.
Indications of a Dual Diagnosis
The signs and symptoms of a mental health challenge and co-occurring addiction may occur simultaneously or at different intervals. While symptoms can vary significantly depending upon the specific mental health condition and type of substance being overused, certain physical indicators and patterns of behavior may signal a need for professional mental health and addiction intervention. Symptoms of substance use disorder include:
The best way to determine whether you have a dual diagnosis is to speak with a mental health professional to schedule a medical and psychological evaluation. Being dually diagnosed with addiction along with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, or another mental health concern may seem like an insurmountable obstacle, but these conditions are treatable in the right environment. At Rise Above, our long-term residential rehab provides community support, therapy, life skills training, and medication management assistance. If you think an addiction or mental health concern may be causing problems in your life, contact Rise Above to learn how our Murrieta rehab and detox center can help you get back on your feet and set the stage for a lasting recovery.
What Prevents Dual Diagnosis Clients from Seeking Help?
Substance Use & Mental Health Concerns
Rise Above Provides Addiction & Mental Health Support
If you feel like you are running out of options, we are proud to welcome you–or someone you love–into our community of healing. Contact our residential rehab center by calling (877) 641-0717 to learn more about our life-saving dual diagnosis treatment options.