Treatment For Co-Occurring Disorders
Many people who suffer from drug addiction and alcoholism experience co-occurring disorders. A co-occurring disorder, or dual diagnosis, describes an individual who suffers from alcohol or drug addiction while simultaneously experiencing depression, anxiety, or other mental health symptoms. Studies show that individuals suffering from mental health disorders are far more likely to engage in substance abuse It is estimated that, of the more than 23 million Americans who are addicted to drugs and alcohol, 9 million have an undiagnosed mental health disorders. Sadly, only about seven percent of them receive treatment.
Dual diagnosis can be difficult to identify due to the fact that many of the symptoms of addiction mirror mental health disorders. JourneyPure Bowling Green is a first-class rehabilitation facility that provides integrated, holistic care to clients with co-occurring disorders.
Is Dual Diagnosis Treatment Right For You?
If you are struggling with addiction in addition to any of the following symptoms you may benefit from our integrated dual diagnosis treatment program:
- Diagnosed with anxiety, depression, OCD, ADD/ADHD, PTSD, panic disorder, bipolar disorder, or another chronic psychological condition
- Persistent anxiety or suicidal thoughts
- Feelings of helplessness, guilt, or worthlessness
- Loss of pleasure in activities you once enjoyed
- Chronic fatigue
- Problems with sleeping
- Unusual weight loss or weight gain
- Restlessness, tension, or irritability
- Headaches or digestive issues that won’t respond to treatment
JourneyPure Bowling Green’s Dual Diagnosis Program
Research indicates that substance abuse can cause or worsen mental health conditions. We want you to know that you don’t have to suffer alone. Our skilled and compassionate clinicians will you help you address potential underlying mental health issues that could be contributing factors to your struggles with addiction.
Together, we will identify your triggers and build a functional plan to support your long-term recovery.
If you suffer from anxiety or depression and use alcohol or drugs to cope, we can help. Contact us today.