What Is an Dual Diagnosis?
There were 7.6 million LGBTQIA+ adults affected by substance use disorders or mental health disorders in 2019, and only 7.4% of treatment programs offered specialized services to them.
Signs and Symptoms of a Dual Diagnosis
What are Co-Occurring Disorders?
Our Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers
STR Behavioral Health treatment teams have extensive experience in treating individuals who suffer from dual diagnosis. Clients receive personalized treatment that targets both their substance use disorder and co-occurring mental health disorder. We focus on treating the substance use disorder first so that we can address the underlying mental health disorder more effectively. Our treatment programs are designed to help individuals with a range of mental health conditions, including anxiety, depression, borderline personality disorder, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia.
We assist clients with their dual diagnosis and help them realize they are not alone in their struggles. We also focus on empowering our clients to challenge the shame they may feel, which often leads them to believe that there is something inherently wrong with them. During the treatment program, clients interact with their peers and learn that although they may use different coping mechanisms, the underlying reasons for their need to manage are often quite similar.
At STR Behavioral Health, we offer the following dual diagnosis treatment programs, which incorporate individualized, holistic, and restorative support throughout each level of care: