Dual Diagnosis Treatment

herhouses_dual_diagnosis A person who is dual diagnosed is someone who has mental health disorder coupled with a drug or alcohol problem. These are two separate illnesses that often co-occur with each other.

At New Creation Treatment, we offer an exclusive dual diagnosis program for women who have a substance abuse addiction and a mental health disorder. Our addiction and mental health specialists are highly trained in treating the female population who suffers from both of these components.

Our dual diagnosis treatment programs specialize in providing direct and supportive care to you. We implement proven strategies from the fields of psychiatry and treatment for addiction disorders. We believe in treating the two simultaneously with our dual diagnosis residential treatment.

There are many solid benefits to employing this approach. Treating both disorders at the same time helps our clients identify their specific triggers for drug use such as anxiety, mood swings, compulsion, hyperactivity, obsessions with food, and depression; we recognize that these issues are intertwined and plan accordingly.

If medication-assisted therapy is right for you, this therapeutic strategy will be more effective when your pharmaceutical plan addresses both your substance addiction and mental health disorder. The doctors at our dual diagnosis facilities are highly skilled and effective with medication management.

At New Creation Treatment, we have the ability to provide safe and caring, gender-oriented group therapy. Group therapy is an excellent tool for success in recovery. Group therapy introduces women to one another who have the same issues and the same goals for overcoming them. Group therapy at our dual diagnosis treatment facilities can become a support network for women, by women, filled with women.

We understand that women who face a dual diagnosis undergo unique and specific challenges when getting sober due to their mental illness. Our addiction and mental health clinicians at New Creation Treatment are educated specifically on women’s issues. Our team is qualified, compassionate, caring, and kind.

”Be grateful. These feelings, no matter how painful, are part of living. Today, we are alive—not anesthetized, not sedated, not passed out. Take control of your feelings and through action you can change. Today, as every day of sober living, we have a choice.” – Ann D. Clark, Women & Recovery: Sex, Sobriety & Stepping Up: Practical Suggestions for Quality Living in Recovery

At our dual diagnosis residential treatment centers, we want to help you heal your life and recover.  It is time for you to live the life you truly deserve.  All women are beautiful and worthy beings that should live a life free from the chains of addiction and the pain of mental health disorders.  You can live a life of sobriety and happiness.  Let us show you how at New Creation Treatment!

Our residential dual diagnosis treatment centers aim to help you recover from addiction and manage your mental health disorder.  We know that the mere thought of trying to face both of these issues at the same time can feel frightening and overwhelming.

We take every measure to ensure that you are comfortable and confident during your entire stay at New Creation Treatment. Our team of specialists and experts at our dual diagnosis inpatient treatment centers collectively have the same goals in mind – first and foremost, your recovery.

Living with untreated addiction and mental health illnesses can be dangerous and damaging.  Not seeking help can lead to a number of devastating results.  Take a look:

  • Serious toll on physical and mental health
  • Sleep disturbances
  • Feeling helpless and hopeless
  • Relationships ruined
  • Work or school problems
  • Increased substance abuse
  • Increased risky and dangerous behaviors to obtain substances
  • Feelings of isolation
  • Thoughts of self-harm
  • Suicide or suicide attempts
“Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.” – Confucius

This list includes only a few of the most serious consequences of living with untreated co-occurring disorders.  There are other daily thoughts and feelings present in a woman’s life when she lives with untreated mental health and substance abuse disorders.

Although they appear smaller in nature than the above mentions, they are just as insidious.  Particularly for women, they often feel a deep sense of shame and guilt along with a general feeling of “not feeling good enough.”

Women who are suffering from a dual diagnosis often have low self-worth.  They also tend to take the weight of the world on their shoulders and accept blame for things that were never their fault in the first place.

There Is Hope By Turning to New Creation Treatment

At Her House Rehab, we believe in helping women love themselves again.  We desire to help you see yourself and your life through a new set of loving eyes.  It is time to let go of the past.  It is time to release things that no longer help you.

“When I focus on what’s good today, I have a good day. When I focus on what’s bad, I have a bad day. If I focus on the problem, the problem increases. If I focus on the answer, the answer increases. “ - Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous

We believe in the power of forgiveness.  We use different types of therapies and workshops designed to empower you; through proper care and treatment at New Creation Treatment, you can get your life back on track and take the first freeing steps toward recovery.

Get Your Life Back on Track, and Let New Creation Treatment Be Your Guide

If you want help for a dual diagnosis, we offer the focused care that you are seeking.  At New Creation Treatment, we stay on the cutting edge of addiction and mental health treatment.  We want each and every one of our clients to succeed in all of their endeavors – today, tomorrow, and in the future.

Contact a specialist on our team today to discover how you can begin reclaiming your life.

“I personally believe this: We have only today; yesterday’s gone and tomorrow is uncertain. That’s why they call it the present. And sobriety really is a gift… for those who are willing to receive it.” – Ace Frehley

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