Dual-Diagnosis Treatment

Addiction often occurs along with mental health conditions like anxiety, depression, and PTSD. Because of this, we have developed a robust dual-diagnosis treatment program.
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Dual diagnosis, also known as co-occurring disorders, refers to the presence of both a substance use disorder and a mental health disorder in an individual. This can include conditions such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, and bipolar disorder in addition to addiction.

At Hope Lodge, we understand the complexity of dual diagnosis and the importance of treating both the substance use disorder and the underlying mental health condition simultaneously. Our treatment program is designed to address the unique needs of individuals with dual diagnosis, providing proven therapies that addresses both the addiction and common co-occurring conditions such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, PTSD and more. Our small-by-design atmosphere allows us the time and resources to uncover and treat our clients’ underlying conditions.

Trained Behavioral Health Professionals

Our staff includes licensed therapists, certified addiction counselors, and a private in-house physician who are trained to address the specific needs of individuals with dual diagnosis. Our treatment program includes a combination of individual and group therapy, medication management, and other holistic therapies to address the underlying mental health condition.

Benefits of Residential Treatment at Hope Lodge

In addition, our residential treatment program provides a safe and supportive environment for individuals to address their addiction and mental health condition without the distractions and triggers of daily life. The natural setting of Lake Arrowhead provides a peaceful and serene environment that is conducive to recovery, allowing clients to focus on their treatment and recovery without distractions.
At Hope Lodge, we understand the importance of treating dual diagnosis in order to achieve lasting recovery. Our individualized approach and compassionate staff provide the support and resources needed for individuals to overcome their addiction and underlying mental health condition.