Dual Diagnosis Treatment Program
Many people suffering from addiction also suffer from mental health conditions.
At Pinnacle, we address these nuances with our dual-diagnosis program in order to help you heal. Our individualized approach makes sure that you receive the care you need.
Substance abuse and mental health aren’t altogether separate issues, and at Pinnacle, we ensure that your recovery is sustainable in the long-term.
We know that in order for a person to experience long-term and healthy recovery, any and all underlying issues must be dealt with. So if one of our clients has been experiencing anxiety their entire life, we understand that this issue must be addressed during the course of their treatment at Pinnacle Recovery. That way, they don’t wind up in a position where they are so overwhelmed with anxiety that a drink or drug seems like a viable option.
Through the use of individual and medication if necessary, we offer our clients the ability to finally get a handle on their anxiety, all while dealing with their addiction issues. In the past, these issues were viewed separately in the addiction treatment field, but as our understanding of addiction and other mental health issues has progressed, we have begun to learn just how important it is to address both simultaneously.
Sometimes referred to as manic-depressive disorder, bipolar disorder affects approximately 4.4 percent of American adults at some point in their lives. Research shows that these individuals are also more likely to develop an addiction. While studying patients with bipolar disorder, it’s been found that those with mania are 14 times more likely to have a drug abuse disorder and six times more likely to suffer from alcoholism.
As a part of our dual-diagnosis program, we know that addiction can exacerbate symptoms of bipolar disorder. In short, this is what co-occurring disorders do with one another, which is why it’s important to seek treatment. When you participate in an evidence-based, dual-diagnosis program at Pinnacle Recovery, there is a much higher likelihood that your addiction recovery will be for the long-run.
At Pinnacle Recovery, our program addresses co-occurring depression and substance abuse. Our treatment modalities are designed to provide integrated treatment for individuals who struggle with both conditions simultaneously.
With a combination of individual therapy, group therapy, and a full psychiatric evaluation, Pinnacle addresses your needs from every angle and makes sure you receive the support you need.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
While PTSD and substance abuse disorder are two separate conditions, upon entering a dual-diagnosis program at Pinnacle Recovery, they are not viewed as being independent of one another. One can fuel the other, and vice versa. That is why both are taken into consideration during your recovery process.
If you are living with substance abuse disorder and PTSD, your treatment program will begin with the detoxification process with medical and professional assistance. Once your body is physically rid of all substances, it will then be time to begin the healing process of PTSD and other co-occurring disorders. You cannot treat one condition without treating the other.
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