Getting a dual diagnosis can be both scary and a relief. While you might not be thrilled to know you have multiple mental or behavioral health challenges, you may also feel relieved to be able to finally put a name to what you’re experiencing and to know there are steps you can take to improve your life.
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Even if you think treatment sounds intimidating, are worried about the cost, or aren’t sure it would help, it’s worth reaching out to a health professional to find out what options are available to you. There are many supports available in the United States to help people access treatment, including financial assistance and virtual therapy options. No matter your situation looks like, we’re here to help!
Looking for mental health treatment options can be a bit overwhelming. With so many different possibilities, it can be hard to know exactly what to do. But no matter your situation, it is possible to find the right solution.
Identifying the signs, causes, and effects of substance abuse is critical in treating it. Both for mental and physical healthcare professionals and the general public can benefit from learning more, and becoming more aware of signs and symptoms in the people around them.
Dual diagnosis treatment is a practice that treats people suffering from an addiction as well as a mental health disorder. Many who struggle with substance abuse have unresolved issues in mental health and/or trauma. That makes acknowledgement of all conditions, mental health problems like anxiety and depression, as well as alcoholism and drug addiction – a critical component of treatment.