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Zenith Academy


Cornerstone Healing Center


Phoenix VA Healthcare System Substance Use Disorder Trt Prog

Northern Arizona VA Healthcare System Mental Health and Behavioral Sciences

Southern Arizona VA Healthcare Servs SARRTP

The Hope House – Scottsdale


Community Partners Integrated Healthcare (CPIH)

CPES Counseling and Consulting Yuma OP Clinic

Community Health Associates

Community Health Associates Yuma/CHA

Pathways of Arizona LLC

Community Health Association

Turtle Bay Cafe of Yuma LLC

Fort Mojave Behavioral Health

Behavioral Analysis Counseling and Consulting LLC

Community Bridges Inc Lighthouse

Community Bridges Inc Yuma Outpatient Services Center

Horizon Health and Wellness Outpatient (IC)

Helping Ourselves Pursue Enrichment (HOPE) Inc

Crossroads Mission of Yuma

Horizon Health and Wellness Outpatient Clinic

Community Health Association

Mohave Mental Health Clinic Inc Child and Family Services Center

Solutions One Stop Counseling

Mohave Mental Health Clinic Inc

Colorado River Indian Tribes Alcohol Substance Abuse Program

Southwest Behavioral and Health Servs

Westcare Arizona I Inc

Southwest Behavioral and Health Servs Marina Pointe/Bullhead City Resid

Ranchos Wonderland

Dual Diagnosis Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers

Andrew McKenna - Expert Content Editor

Updated: 05-01-2023

Dual-Diagnosis Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers in Arizona

Dual-diagnosis, or co-occurring diagnosis, refers to a combination of Substance Use Disorder and mental health challenges. Dual-diagnoses are very common because using drugs and alcohol are often an attempt to alleviate, or “cope” with symptoms caused by an underlying mental health issue, such as depression, anxiety, trauma, and others. Struggling with mental health causes many people to “self-medicate” with drugs and alcohol to alleviate the negative thoughts or feelings associated with mental health challenges. This “solution” is rarely, if ever, sustainable, and very often leads to destructive behaviors and outcomes.

For an explanation of the complexity of dual diagnoses visit: Mood Disorders and Substance Use Disorder: A Complex Comorbidity – PMC

In many cases it’s the drug and alcohol use that causes mental health problems. After all, even moderate drug and alcohol use can cause depression, anxiety, paranoia—and in severe cases—suicidal ideations.

Regardless of causality, if you’re suffering from Substance Use Disorder (SUD) and mental health issues, you will likely receive what’s referred to as a dual-diagnosis. Because the relationship between SUD and mental health is so common, the vast majority of addiction treatment facilities treat the overlapping co-occurring conditions in concert.

For more information visit: Comorbidity: Substance Use and Other Mental Disorders | National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) estimates that over nine million Americans currently struggle with a dual-diagnosis for which they need expert medical care.

Dual-diagnosis treatment addresses SUD-associated psychological disorders through group therapy, individualized counseling, and various indicated therapies.

For more insight into the efficacy of individual and group therapy visit: Group Therapy in Substance Use Treatment – SAMHSA

What Happens In Dual-Diagnosis Addiction Treatment Centers?

With the help of a skilled therapist, patients work to identify the relationship between their substance use and co-occurring mental health problems. To create a successful path forward, it is critically important that you provide as much information as possible when doing your assessment. Once the disorders are identified, your treatment team—with your input—creates a comprehensive course of therapy modalities that will increase the likelihood of your success.

For more information about the clinical approach to dual diagnoses visit: Co-Occurring Disorders Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment | SAMHSA

After you complete the inpatient portion of your addiction treatment in a dual diagnosis program, your treatment team will refer you to a therapist in your area so you can continue your recovery progress. Adherence to your continuing care plan will help ensure continuity of important elements of treatment, such as individual counseling, group therapy and medication management, if prescribed.

Recovery from co-occurring substance use and mental illness is a lifelong process. Continuing care is essential to build on the work you did in inpatient treatment.

For more insight into the importance of continuity of care visit: Continuity of Care in Dual Diagnosis Treatment: Definitions, Applications, and Implications – PubMed

Co-occurring disorders can make your life difficult to manage. Fortunately there are many inpatient treatment options that will help you get to the root causes of your Substance Use Disorder and mental health issues. Quality treatment centers can give you the recovery foundation you need and have you back on track to living a happy, productive, and fulfilling life.

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Approaches for Dual-Diagnosis Addiction Treatment 

While each patient’s course of treatment will be different according to their care needs, their facility’s resources, their mental health history, and other factors.

Some of the primary therapies offered in a dual-diagnosis rehab include:

Dual-diagnosis treatment can be administered in inpatient, outpatient, and even virtual environments and should be customized according to each patient’s care needs and substance use history.

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