A dual diagnosis typically indicates a situation where a person is diagnosed with both a substance use disorder and a mental health disorder such as anxiety or depression. Oftentimes, drug and alcohol abuse are symptoms of an underlying mental health issue. As these disorders interplay, it can make recovery difficult. However, uncovering the root cause of addiction through addiction treatment therapies can increase the chances of recovering from the co-occurring disorders.

You do not have to go through the complexities of a dual diagnosis alone. Our staff at Soledad House realize that understanding the unique issues that come with a dual diagnosis is key to recovery. Once our staff makes an official assessment, dual diagnosis treatment can begin at our serene and sunny campus in San Diego. We are here to help you go forward in life with a new sense of well-being. Please call us at 866.314.3222 to find out more about our addiction treatment therapy programs and how our faith-based approach to recovery can create long-term success for you in sobriety.

What Is Dual Diagnosis Treatment?

Our dual diagnosis treatment program at Soledad House offers a comprehensive approach to treatment for individuals who struggle with a mental health disorder and a co-occurring substance use disorder. Since each road to recovery is unique, our program is multifaceted to meet the specific needs of any person. Oftentimes, mental health disorder symptoms can appear from abusing alcohol or substances. For instance, if someone is abusing alcohol and experiences withdrawal symptoms, they could temporarily feel alcohol-induced anxiety or depression. To avoid these negative feelings, the individual will typically continue to use alcohol. Over time, using alcohol to alleviate withdrawal symptoms will turn into a dangerous addiction that will amplify a diminishing state of mental well-being.

Our approach to dual diagnosis treatment is through integrated intervention, which typically indicates that mental health professionals and addiction specialists simultaneously monitor co-occurring disorders. When both disorders are addressed together, a personalized treatment plan can be created to meet the specific needs of an individual with a dual diagnosis. Examples of mental health treatment that are involved with a dual diagnosis at Soledad House include:

Call Soledad House today at 866.314.3222 if you could benefit from a mental health treatment program. No road to recovery is the same, and we are here for you every step in the way on your unique journey.

Addiction Treatment Therapy at Soledad House

As mentioned above, Soledad House offers individualized treatment programs that are custom-built to address all of your specific needs. Listed below are the comprehensive women’s addiction treatment programs we offer:

During participation in these programs, you will learn to recognize thought patterns that once led you to use alcohol or substances and implement healthier ways to cope or manage stress. Processing painful emotions without the use of substances can be difficult. Therefore, our programs at Soledad House continue to provide support throughout the recovery process. Continued care is essential for practicing the new skills and tools learned in addiction therapy programs. Through holistic, spiritual, and individualized treatment plans, Soledad House strives to offer the resources and support our residents need to rebuild their lives.

If you are struggling with addiction, you can find hope, healing, and a guided path to long-term sobriety at Soledad House. By calling one of our compassionate staff members at 866.314.3222 you can begin the process of rebuilding your life!