When suffering from anxiety, depression or PTSD, it can feel like your entire world is caving in on you. These mental health disorders can even make it near impossible to make it through the day.
While drugs or alcohol can provide some temporary relief, constant use can lead to addiction. Suffering from both a mental disorder and an addiction can significantly impact your quality of life.
Learn about the mental health disorders we commonly treat in our dual diagnosis treatment programs:
While occasional anxiety is normal, constant nervousness and feelings of losing control can be crippling. Drugs or alcohol are often used to manage severe anxiety, which can lead to addiction. Our co-occurring anxiety treatment program helps you work through addiction and develop healthier ways to manage anxiety without using drugs or alcohol.
Severe depression can be impossible to work through on your own, which is why some turn to alcohol or drugs to cope. Our co-occurring depression treatment program focuses on helping you break free from substance addiction while developing better ways to manage depressive symptoms.
Trauma like physical or sexual abuse can be too much to handle, which leads people to abuse alcohol or drugs to feel better. At The Raleigh House, our co-occurring trauma treatment program treats your addiction and trauma together, helping you break free to substance abuse while also helping you heal from your trauma.
Terrifying or life-threatening experiences or events can trigger PTSD. When symptoms get to be too much, some turn to drugs or alcohol for temporary relief. Our co-occurring PTSD treatment program helps you work through your PTSD triggers and symptoms while also helping you break free from addiction.
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