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Our dual diagnosis treatment centers in Atlanta, Georgia help adults whose lives have been impacted by mental illness and addiction. We help clients take significant steps toward healthier and more hopeful futures.

Nearly 40% of individuals with substance abuse also struggle with co-occurring mental illness. When someone experiences a mental health condition and an addiction at the same time, their struggles can become significantly more complex. However, getting help for both simultaneously can help create lasting change.

You are not alone. You deserve to get help.

Peachtree Recovery Solutions is an industry leader in mental health treatment. Our team of top medical experts specialize in dual diagnosis treatment and are committed to ensuring that each patient is treated as an individual. Call us today, we’re available 24/7.

How Do Our Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers in Georgia (Metro Atlanta) Work?

At our dual diagnosis treatment centers in Georgia, we understand that everyone who develops a mental illness and a co-occurring addiction is impacted in a different way.

To best serve each person who turns to us for care, we assess their needs, talk to them about their immediate and long-term goals, and take the time to get to know them as a unique individual.

Treatment focuses on two general goals: 

Each of these efforts involve a combination of education, therapy, and interpersonal support. Mental health disorders and addiction can isolate people from those who care most about them. These disorders also often cause people to feel shame or guilt.

During dual diagnosis treatment, our clients discover that they are not alone. They also learn that they are valuable individuals who deserve to be treated with dignity and respect.

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What Exactly Is a Dual Diagnosis Disorder?

Dual diagnosis is the clinical term for the simultaneous presence of a mental health disorder and a substance use disorder (addiction). 

Dual diagnosis is not uncommon in the United States. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) published the following dual diagnosis statistics:

Unfortunately, NIDA also reports that more than half (52.3%) of adults who have dual diagnosis have not received mental health services or addiction treatment.

Addiction and mental illnesses are treatable conditions. But people who have dual diagnosis need comprehensive professional treatment that can address the full scope of their needs. For adults in Georgia, dual diagnosis treatment centers such as Peachtree Recovery Solution can be sources of life-changing care.

The Difference Between Dual Diagnosis Treatment and Treatment Centers For Addiction

At Peachtree Recovery Solutions, our dual diagnosis treatment center in Georgia and metro Atlanta treats those with substance use disorder as a primary program, with secondary mental health disorders.

Our program may not be appropriate for those with a primary mental health disorder. If this is the case, we will point you in the right direction to a more appropriate facility.

As a dual diagnosis treatment center, we treat the underlying root causes of addiction, whether that may be a mental health disorder, stress, or something else, and address these symptoms with appropriate and effective modalities including medication-assisted treatment, psychiatric evaluations, and more.

When you contact our admissions staff, we work with you, our medical director, and our entire clinical team to make sure you can benefit from our therapeutic environment and find a life of sustainable recovery.

Risk Factors for a Dual Diagnosis Disorder

The following risk factors can increase the likelihood that a person will develop dual diagnosis:

Signs and Symptoms of a Dual Diagnosis Disorder

The signs and symptoms of dual diagnosis can vary considerably depending on which substance an individual has become addicted to and what type of mental health disorder they have developed.
The following are common signs that someone has developed an addiction:
In addition to exhibiting the signs of addiction listed above, someone with dual diagnosis may also experience the following symptoms of a mental health disorder:
Anyone who has developed both a mental health disorder and a substance use disorder needs professional care. At Peachtree Recovery Solutions, our dual diagnosis treatment center in Georgia, adults can receive the personalized care that can significantly improve their lives.

Most Common Dual Diagnosis Disorders

The term dual diagnosis can describe any combination of mental illness and addiction. However, some types of disorders co-occur more commonly than others.
People who have the following mental health disorders may have an elevated risk for also developing an addiction:
Most cases of addiction in the United States involve the following substances:

At our dual diagnosis treatment centers in Georgia, we’re prepared to treat all common combinations of mental illness and addiction. To discover if you can get the help you need at Peachtree Recovery Solutions, please contact us directly now. If we determine that we are not the ideal place for you, we can refer you to a trusted provider who can help.

Services Offered at our Dual Diagnosis Treatment Center in Georgia

At Peachtree Recovery Solutions in Georgia, dual diagnosis treatment may occur at one or more of the following levels:
Depending on factors such as which level of care an individual receives treatment at and what types of mental illness and addiction they have been living with, dual diagnosis treatment may involve services such as the following:

Before a person completes their care, we discuss their aftercare options with them. We want to be sure that each person can access the services and resources that can support their continued progress.

Contact Our Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers in Georgia Today!

If you or someone that you care about have been struggling with a mental health concern and a co-occurring substance use disorder, the Peachtree Recovery Solutions team is here for you.

Our dual diagnosis treatment center in Georgia is a safe space where adults receive personalized outpatient care from a team of compassionate professionals. Contact us today to learn about your options and verify your insurance now.

We Work With Most Major Insurance

Did you know most major health insurance plans with out-of-network benefits can help cover most of the costs associated with our program? Click below to find out your coverage and treatment options for our alcohol and drug rehab in Atlanta.