Recover from Substance Use and Co-Occurring Disorders
Dual diagnosis treatment addresses both substance use and mental health disorders simultaneously. Individuals with co-occurring disorders benefit from a residential treatment program because it provides a structured, healthy recovery environment.
The Bridge of Montclair believes all individuals with a dual diagnosis need access to a team of mental health professionals who are experienced in treating addiction and co-occurring disorders and can provide genuine extensive care. Therefore, we ensure residents participate in one-on-one therapy sessions with licensed professionals and have access to psychiatrists and medication-assisted treatment to foster recovery and avoid setbacks.
Identifying and treating co-occurring disorders at the same time helps one’s overall well-being and increases the chances of successful recovery. Often, addressing one condition and not the other can lead to a cycle of substance use and relapse. Dual diagnosis treatment can also help reduce the stigma associated with addiction and mental health disorders because it recognizes that these conditions go hand-in-hand.
Considering substance abuse treatment for you or a loved one can feel overwhelming. We made a list of our most asked questions to help bring peace of mind and reduce apprehension.
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