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Florida Dual Diagnosis Treatment
CELADON RECOVERY ALCOHOL ADDICTION TREATMENT IN FLORIDA
Many people who seek substance abuse treatment also have mental health issues. It’s common for people to actually start using drugs or alcohol to self-medicate some of their more challenging symptoms.
Depression, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, personality disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, and schizophrenia, in particular, can affect all areas of your life. This is especially true in more moderate to severe cases. Dual diagnosis treatment offers a comprehensive approach to managing your wellness.
Our Florida dual diagnosis treatment center ensures you get the support, tools, and coping skills you need for recovery. Let’s get into what you need to know.
Why You Can’t Just Treat the Substance Use Disorder
Many people think of addiction treatment as therapies or medications designed to help people get sober. While this may be true, it’s often incomplete.
Proper recovery requires ruthlessly examining and treating the entire mind and body. Substance abuse is only one part of the equation. If you don’t take someone’s mental health issues into consideration, you risk missing an integral part of who they are.
The staff at our dual-diagnosis rehab knows that your behavioral health is the foundation for nearly everything you do and feel. That’s why evaluation starts at the beginning of your medical detox. In addition, we know that failing to observe- and appropriately treat mental health problems- significantly raises the risk of a relapse.
What Treatment Options Exist for Co-Occurring Disorders?
Dual-diagnosis treatment programs require a multidisciplinary approach to recovery. Upon arriving at our treatment facility, you will be assigned to work with a qualified treatment goal to establish your goals.
You will transition through our various levels of care based on your specific needs. We will take numerous factors into consideration, including:
the severity of your substance abuse disorder
your past history in addiction treatment centers
the necessity for detox
your current and past mental health symptoms
your physical health and any medical needs
Most of our clients begin their treatment with medical detox. Detox provides the initial stabilization needed for your body to eliminate all drug-related toxins. This is an essential part of addiction treatment.
Keep in mind that your mental illness may be more pronounced during detox. This is common. As you enter the initial stages of recovery, it’s normal to feel more depressed, anxious, or otherwise uncomfortable.
Our staff is supportive and sensitive to these mental health issues. Our treatment programs are designed to help you feel safe to talk about your symptoms without shaming or judgment.
Inpatient and Residential Treatment
We use a multifaceted approach for treating drug addiction and relative co-occurring conditions. This entails designing individualized treatment plans that best adhere to your unique needs.
We understand that mental disorders are chronic, meaning there isn’t a specific cure or guaranteed mental health treatment that works for everyone.
Inpatient treatment provides you with the highest level of support. This length of treatment varies based on your specific needs, but most clients find that the continuous monitoring and structure help them feel well-equipped for the subsequent phases of recovery.
With that in mind, our treatment facility prides itself on offering evidence-based modalities to treat mental health. Our clinicians are well-versed in cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical-behavior therapy, and other structured approaches to help you change problematic thoughts and behaviors.
Partial hospitalization offers a high level of structure and support, but clients are also encouraged to practice implementing life skills and coping mechanisms as they navigate the real world.
During this time, you will participate in both individual and group therapy. You may also participate in family therapy to improve communication and boundaries.
Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient Treatment
Our intensive outpatient (IOP) and outpatient program (OP) help support your mental health and addiction recovery. These programs allow you to receive professional support while also working, attending school, or engaging in other outside responsibilities.
We know that it can sometimes feel easier to treat a substance abuse problem once you remove all the environmental triggers. That’s why these stepdown programs are so important- you need to learn how to identity and cope with triggers to truly manage your drug or alcohol addiction. This is one of the most critical steps of relapse prevention.
Aftercare is a critical component of any drug rehab. Even though you may formally end treatment, a lasting recovery requires ongoing accountability, coping tools, and strategies for wellness.
Our aftercare recommendations may include:
ongoing collaboration and setting boundaries with family members
medication management for your mental health conditions
individual and group therapy to support drug or alcohol dependency
establishing healthy peer support
living in a safe, drug-free environment
Getting the Florida Mental Health Treatment You Need
Dual-diagnosis treatment is the most effective treatment for people struggling with co-occurring disorders. At Celadon Recovery, we embrace a holistic approach to helping you thrive in long-term recovery.
Our rehab center serves Tampa, Palm Beach, Orlando, Miami, and greater Florida. We are accredited by the Joint Commission and accept most healthcare policies.
Most of all, we are here to help you or your loved one get life back on track. Don’t let your mental health disorders jeopardize your well-being any longer! Contact us today to learn about our dynamic treatment options.