Understanding Dual-Diagnosis and the process it takes to achieve a successful recovery

Our mission is to help clients reach sobriety and maintain it for life. To that end, we offer highly successful treatment programs that inject Christ-centered values into every aspect of the healing process from kicking physical addiction to filling the spiritual void. Using the power of prayer, therapeutic workshops, Christian fellowship, church services and evidence based treatment practices, our professionals help you reconcile and restore broken relationships and reclaim your inner strength.
The road to recovery is often a rocky uphill battle and when dealing with a preexisting mental health issue, the process to recovery requires a greater deal of attention by a trained professional.

After being diagnosed, a treatment plan can be designed and personalized just for your specific needs.

A lot of the time when people have more than one health problem or disease, they don’t properly cope, which leads to more problems, leading to more problems. Situations like these can be a negative spiral that makes recovery that much more difficult. 

Dual-Diagnosis can include:

• Bulimia and Anorexia

• Clinical Depression

• Severe Anxiety  

• Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

• Obsessive-Compulsive Tendencies

• Panic Disorder

• Bipolar Disorder 

When life becomes stressful, people tend to self-medicate in order to cope. This can seem as a relief, but it’s only temporary. When people begin to cope with drugs and alcohol, this can lead to a great amount of physical and emotional damage later in the future. When someone chooses to begin their recovery process, it’s the biggest and greatest choice that will be made.

Dual-Diagnosis is also referred to as “co-occurring disorder.” Seeking a facility that provides a 12-step program, along with mental and psychiatric help is ideal. If not properly treated, addiction can wreak havoc on the lives of everyone surrounding the person suffering. Learning the basics of healthy coping mechanisms is one of the important steps in finding your recovery path. Finding a path and making sure it’s the right path is something that a health care and treatment facility will assist you with.

Far too often you find that treatment facilities advertise a great amount in order to make a quick buck without truly investing in their patients. This is a huge problem and makes doing your research so integral when finding the right facility with the right program. When someone with dual-diagnosis goes to a facility for treatment and doesn’t receive treatment in all areas and for all problems, many issues can occur. The greatest of all evils is, relapse. This is why focusing on every issue, and digging deep into each individual is so important to full recovery free of the possibility of relapse.

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