Co-Occurring Mental Health and Addiction Treatment
For some people, addiction is a symptom of a co-occurring mental health disorder; for others, drug or alcohol abuse seems to trigger symptoms of mental illness.
If a person has a problem with mental health that goes unnoticed or isn’t addressed during substance abuse treatment, that individual is at a significantly greater risk of relapse. Anxiety, depression, mood disorders, stress and psychosis are some of the most commonly occurring mental health complaints we see alongside addiction.
At Recovery at the Crossroads, highly qualified counselors guide you through our dual diagnosis therapy program, which is curated by a psychiatrist who is our medical director. Read on to find out more.