Dual Diagnosis Treatment in Delray Beach

Having one type of disorder can be hard enough, unfortunately sometimes people may suffer 2 or more disorders at the same time. This is called dual diagnosis disorders. Those suffering with dual diagnosis disorders experience not only the pain of chemical dependency and addiction but also a co-occurring psychiatric illness such as Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Personality Disorders, Gambling Addiction, and Eating Disorders. Fortunately, dual diagnosis treatment in Delray Beach is available through The Delray Center for Healing.

About Our Dual Diagnosis Program

Our dual diagnosis program not only treats addiction to drugs but the co-occurring illness as well. This is done for a few reasons. One of the best reasons would be the fact that one disorder may cause the other to spring up such as depression causing someone to start using drugs to self medicate. This is turn could make both disorders even worse.  Because this is the case, it can be much harder to treat a patient who has a dual diagnosis. This is because they have to receive treatment for two types of illnesses instead of just one. At times the symptoms associated with a dual diagnosis can overlap and seem like 1 disorder making diagnosis and treatment more difficult.

Help for Those Living With More Than One Mental Health Issue

The Delray Center for Healing has information and answers through our dual diagnosis treatment in Delray Beach. We take this type of treatment very seriously. It is very difficult to live with 2 types of illnesses, each making the other worse in degree. We provide the very best in staff and qualified professionals. Each staff member has years of experience dealing with these types of diseases. This type of situation can ruin your life, and bring down the people around you who care the most about you. It can make life very difficult for everyone.

If you think you suffer from drug addiction or know someone who does give us a call as soon as possible. We can help you get on the road to recovery.