Dual diagnosis is when you are suffering from co-occurring conditions that see you battling a mental health illness along with a substance abuse problem. Are you feeling anxious, confused and alone right now? Is your drinking or drug problem spiraling you further out of control? If so, please call the Affordable Rehab of Worcester right now...we are here to help you.
You don’t need to suffer alone, in silence, any longer. We will find the right way to help and treat your dual diagnosis and get you to the point where you can live a productive life. If you get yourself to our rehab, we will treat both your mental illness to get your thinking clearly and soberly and we will also work on treating your substance abuse problem through therapy, education and exercise.
We, at the Affordable Rehab of Worcester, know that dealing with an addiction to drugs or alcohol can be hard enough to deal with, without also suffering from a mental illness, such as depression or bipolar disorder. Don’t try to do this on your own. We can offer you professional help for your dual diagnosis. And do not leave these co-occurring conditions untreated any longer...left untreated, alcohol and/or drug abuse can increase, dragging your further down.
When a mental illness goes undetected, the drinking and the drug abuse problem usually gets worse. In addition, when the drinking and the drug use increases, this usually, in turn, worsens the symptoms of the mental health issue. You need help for your dual diagnosis. We are just a phone call away. Let us help you. Take the pressure off yourself...recognizing that you need professional help is the first step on your road to recovery. By reading this, you are already there.
At the Affordable Rehab of Worcester, we will identify the underlying causes of your conditions, considering your family background. Once you are sober, we will be able to better determine the mental disorder without the complication of drugs or alcohol impacting the diagnosis. Don’t suffer in silence with your dual diagnosis. Let us use our integrated approach to address both your mental health issues along with your substance abuse problems.
Let us help treat your dual diagnosis and get you on the path to recovery.Back to Blog Index