At Pinnacle Recovery, we know that addiction is a chronic, complex brain disease. That’s why we take an individualized approach to every client and their treatment plan.

With our specialized Inpatient Treatment that focuses on dual-diagnoses (also known as co-occurring disorders), we address more than just a substance abuse issue. There are many potential causes and contributing factors to addiction, and mental health conditions often play an underlying role.

How Common Is a Dual-Diagnosis?

More than 21 million Americans have a substance use disorder and approximately 45 million have a mental health disorder. Of these individuals, there is significant overlap. Many of our clients who have substance use disorders also suffer from co-occurring disorders such as anxiety, depression, or other mental health conditions.

Our professional staff is equipped to help you navigate substance abuse and dual-diagnoses. Combined with our integrative therapies and other clinical programs, we make sure that you’re supported in every aspect of your recovery journey.

Types of Dual Diagnosis Conditions

  • PTSD & Addiction
  • Anxiety & Addiction
  • Depression & Addiction
  • Bipolar Disorder & Addiction
  • Behavioral Addiction & Substance Abuse

What’s Unique About Our Inpatient Dual-Diagnosis Program?

Although a dual-diagnosis may seem overwhelming, Pinnacle Recovery is committed to helping you achieve a healthier, more fulfilling life. We offer the full continuum of care, treating substance addictions and mental health conditions, along with their underlying causes. We specialize not only in dual-diagnosis residential treatment, but also in trauma recovery, family therapy, experiential therapy, and more. Based on this comprehensive approach, we are able to treat you as the unique individual that you are.

If you have been self-medicating with substances, we will help you develop healthier coping mechanisms. Our compassionate, dedicated staff is committed to your future. It’s time for you to break free from addiction and worsening mental health symptoms.  To begin your road to recovery, all you need to do is pick up the phone and call.