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New Jersey Dual-Diagnosis Treatment

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In co-occurring cases, the mental health disorder tends to be the underlying problem while substance abuse manifests itself as a symptom of that problem. That’s why our team at SOBA New Jersey knows that treatment of both mental health and substance abuse disorders is critical to a client’s successful recovery. Our dual diagnosis treatment center in New Jersey is dedicated to individualized, effective treatment.

A dual diagnosis requires specific treatment outside the realms of traditional addiction treatment centers. The team at SOBA New Jersey is uniquely qualified to treat co-occurring disorders. We are experts in understanding the specific psychological problems and addictive behaviors our clients exhibit, and it is with this understanding that we can properly treat both disorders extensively to facilitate a full, comprehensive recovery.

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To learn more about our New Jersey drug and alcohol treatment, contact us online or dial (888) 229-7989. We are available 24/7 to assist you. If you would like an immediate callback, fill out the form below.

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Assessing Individuals With A Dual Diagnosis

How to Get Help for Co-Occurring Conditions

Individuals that enter our treatment program undergo thorough assessments and evaluations. This allows our team to see exactly what their treatment plan will require. It also highlights any co-occurring issues that our treatment plan will need to address. Our team repeats these assessments at specific checkpoints throughout treatment to continually monitor for underlying mental health disorders. Our evaluation process makes sure every client receives the care required.

Mental Health Disorders Linked to Substance Abuse

New Jersey Dual-Diagnosis Treatment

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The team at Soba NJ understands that it can be overwhelming to reach out for help. If you are not ready to make a phone call, feel free to text with one of our caring treatment coordinators right now.

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“I have been to other treatment centers and was never successful in maintaining sobriety. Thank you so much to Soba for helping me get my life back on track. I look forward to my future!”

I have so much to be grateful for because of SOBA. Megan

"The entire staff of SOBA is there for you...and give you the resources and strength to stay well. They showed me that there's nothing wrong with asking for help and carried me when I didn't have the strength or will to stand on my own.”

SOBA answered my call on the first ring and saved my life. Mike

"Entering recovery was one of the hardest decisions I have ever made. It was also one of the smartest, and one I wish that I had made 20 years ago. Last week I reached my 10-month clean date. I’d like to express my gratitude.”

I'm forever grateful to you all. Amanda S.

“If you want top-quality care then SOBA is the place to be. The staff from top to bottom are caring, understanding & well educated on addiction. If you want your life back then put your trust in SOBA.”

Because of them, I'm clear-minded & I have the most important thing back in my life, my family. Scott K.

“I want to say thank you to everyone at SOBA. I came to them totally broken. The staff there helped me get my mental health straightened out all while getting me off any and all drugs for the 1st time in 24 years.”

They SAVED MY LIFE. They can save yours. Mike P.

What Exactly is a Dual-Diagnosis?

Understanding Co-Occurring Disorders

Dual Diagnosis (also known as a co-occurring disorder) refers to the simultaneous occurrence of both a substance use disorder and a mental health disorder in an individual.

Mental illness and substance abuse are closely linked. The National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) reports that 45 percent of people struggling with addiction also have a co-occurring mental health disorder. In addition, individuals diagnosed with a mental health condition are about two times (2x) more likely to also suffer from a substance use disorder.

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Mental Illness Can Fuel Addiction Via Prescription Drugs

Understanding Co-Occurring Disorders

Drugs are commonly prescribed as a means of treating mental illness. Abuse of prescription drugs is the number one gateway to substance abuse.

Prescription drugs like Ritalin and Adderall can be addictive. Increased access to these on account of them being prescribed to those with mental illness further increases the likelihood of their abuse and then the abuse of other substances.

Those with mental illness start with multiple factors that act to their detriment in terms of avoiding the pitfall of substance abuse. Mental illness also has large indirect repercussions that can lead sufferers down the path of substance abuse.

It is common for those who feel despair at their state to abuse substances as a means of coping and as an outlet. It is because of this that those who suffer from mental illness are doubly vulnerable to substance abuse.

Drug Addiction Treatment & Mental Health

Co-Occurring Disorder Treatment in NJ

Mental health and substance abuse treatment is almost always necessary to escape from the cycle of self-destructive behavior. However, it is exceedingly difficult for this process to occur without the individual that is suffering from these issues personally deciding to seek help. While interventions from friends and family can be helpful, unless the individual wants to be treated, external influence will have only limited effect.

Self-treatment and entirely autonomous recovery are possible. However, its exceedingly difficult and has a little material benefit over seeking professional help. If at all possible, it is preferable to encourage and convince those suffering from substance abuse to seek professional help and drug rehabilitation for their own benefit.

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Your recovery starts with a phone call. Reach out to us today to speak to one of our admissions coordinators. Whether you are seeking help yourself, or you are concerned about a loved one, we are happy to answer your questions and address any concerns you may have. We will help you find the best treatment options that fit your personal needs, whether that’s our program or another. Our number one priority is making sure you find treatment that works for you.

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