Dual Diagnosis Treatment
Rehabilitation Comes In Many Forms
Choosing the right treatment is essential to proper rehabilitation
Our multidisciplinary staff has been working for over 25 years to address the needs of those who come to us for recovery. Our goal is to give every man the best possible chance at achieving long term sobriety, so we when it comes to the identification and treatment of a co-occurring disorder (commonly known as a “dual diagnosis”), we want to address that disorder as well.
The Most Common Co-occuring Disorders Are
We are also capable of diagnosing and treating individuals who are presenting symptoms of:
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How Do We Integrate Treating Both the Addiction and the Co-Occuring Disorder?
To get the best outcomes, we will address the second diagnosis using all of the following:
The person in recovery will be experiencing many changes in brain chemistry and will be getting used to managing the stressors of life without the crutch of using his drug of choice. To determine which symptoms occur as a result of addiction, and which symptoms are attributable to the mental disorder requires close monitoring over a lengthy evaluation period. Our serene location and intimate setting allows us to make this ongoing assessment and adjust accordingly.
Regardless of the severity of the second diagnosis, our staff offers hope to those struggling with addiction as a cause or result of mental illness. In the event that we are not suited to manage your particular dual diagnosis, our team will recommend clinical and therapeutic resources within the community.
Find Out More About Dual-Diagnosis Treatment in Southern California
Call a 10 Acre Ranch treatment specialist at 877-228-4679. Our facility is recognized far and wide as a pillar of the recovery community and the place where thousands of men who felt hopeless learned a new way of life. We accept many types of insurance and we are also known for providing an incredible experience for an affordable price for those who will be paying “out of pocket.” Don’t let finances get in the way of your recovery process. Call our team today!
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