Mental Health & Addiction Treatment
Dual Diagnosis With An Integrated Approach
A dual diagnosis addiction treatment program actively combines SUD (substance use disorder) and mental illness interventions to treat addictions, mental disorders, and related problems, but adding the crucial and sophisticated Integrated Approach allows us to roadmap essential dynamics, principles, settings, and components NEEDED in order to wholesomely treat individuals more effectively. An integrated program must be able to address COD’s (co-occurring disorders) and provide specific services for both to successfully achieve dual recovery.
Integrated Treatment Components
Treating individuals with dual disorders (dual diagnosis) requires comprehensive integrated services and includes:
Achieving Integrated Treatment
In order to effectively receive treatment for dual diagnosis and co-occurring disorders, the program must:
Reaching Dual Recovery With These 5 Integrated Treatment Principles
In order to successfully treat individuals with co-occurring disorders, Peaks Recovery focuses on these fundamental building blocks. With these principles in mind, both the substance use disorder and the mental illness are concurrently treated in order to meet the full scope of the individual’s needs.
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Benefits of Integrated Treatment
Treating dual diagnosis among the integrated approach within residential programs have been associated with:
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Common Mental Health Disorders That Occur With Substance Abuse
Below are the mental health disorders most like to be seen in conjunction with Substance Use Disorders. This does not mean that other mental health disorders do not co-occur with addiction.
FAQ’s About Integrated Treatment