Dual Diagnosis Treatment Center
A dual diagnosis means that an individual has both a drug or alcohol addiction and a mental health disorder, like depression, anxiety, or borderline personality disorder (BPD) . Many people struggling with symptoms of mental illness use alcohol or drugs to find relief from their symptoms, which can ultimately lead to a more serious addiction.
The first step to successfully treating dual diagnosis is to address the acute effects of the drug or alcohol abuse since substances can mask mental health disorder symptoms that need to be addressed. It’s also because drug and alcohol addiction can create symptoms that resemble a mental illness, often leading to a misdiagnosis and improper treatment. The best dual diagnosis treatment will address both the addiction and the mental illness so that clients can make a complete recovery from both.
Dual Diagnosis Treatment Center Virtual Tours
Set in a quiet suburb, clients in Clearview’s Dual Program stay in homes like the two below. Peaceful outdoor spaces, an open floor plan, and upgraded amenities provide a conducive environment for rest and recovery. This convenient location is just a block from our main treatment facility, where clients meet with our clinical teams during the week in group and individual therapy sessions.
What We Treat
At Clearview’s Dual Diagnosis Treatment Center for all genders, our integrated evidence-based approach to dual diagnoses helps our clients address and successfully resolve the underlying causes of their substance abuse while successfully treating:
Why Choose Clearview for Residential Dual Diagnosis Treatment?
Clearview Treatment Programs was founded in 2000 and is nationally recognized as a leader in treatment for addictions and psychiatric disorders. We specialize in treating complex diagnoses, allowing us to provide help to those who may not even have believed they could make a recovery.
Clearview is also one of the few programs in the country that offers comprehensive dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) for treating dual diagnoses. DBT is extremely effective in treating substance abuse and a variety of psychiatric disorders, which is why we’ve integrated it throughout our residential dual diagnosis treatment program along with other evidence-based therapies.