Finding Solutions for Complex Addiction Cases
Addiction is rarely simple, and people’s experiences with substance abuse are vast and varied. Even when you know that residential addiction treatment is the best path for you or your loved one to move forward, you may need additional, specialized support before, during, and after treatment. However, finding the right services and understanding your options can feel overwhelming in a time of crisis. Who can help me with an intervention? Should I treat my addiction or mental illness first? Who can support me when residential treatment is over?
Support Before and After Residential Treatment
Residential addiction treatment can create a strong foundation for sustainable recovery and enhanced quality of life. Often, however, you or your loved one needs additional supports before and after treatment to ensure that treatment is initiated, that sobriety is maintained, and that you continue to receive the ongoing care you need.
The Importance of True Dual Diagnosis Treatment
If you or your loved one is struggling with addiction and a co-occurring mental illness, true dual diagnosis treatment that addresses both conditions simultaneously is essential. By understanding the complex relationship between your addiction and mental illness and engaging in therapies designed to treat the full scope of your needs, you can fortify your recovery, find relief from psychological distress, and create profound healing.
The journey of recovery can take many forms. The addiction treatment community recognizes this and provides a full spectrum of services to help you or your loved one establish stability and wellness in a way that makes sense for you. By using the right tools for your situation, you can ensure that you receive the support you need for lasting sobriety, emotional and behavioral health, and ongoing self-growth. If you have additional questions or would like more personal guidance, we encourage you to contact us at any time.