About West Ridge Manor Co-Occurring Disorder Facility
If you suffer from chronic alcohol or substance use and have tried numerous times to stop with no success you may have a Co-Occurring Disorder and don't even realize it. Many people who frequently use substances to make themselves feel better are self-medicating symptoms associated with panic, depression or anxiety. It's very common for a person with chronic addiction to also suffer from bipolar disorder or other mood disorders at the same time which makes maintaining abstinence very difficult and many times impossible.
When a person is diagnosed with a mood disorder like major depression or bipolar disorder and addiction at the same time, this is referred to as co-occurring (dual diagnosis) disorder. At West Ridge Manor we specialize in diagnosing and treating co-occurring disorders and treating both the addiction and mood disorder at the same time. Other mental health disorders include ADHD which is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Post-traumatic stress disorder and schizophrenia. It's crucial for the mental health disorder to be addressed and treated at the same time addiction is treated in order for a person to successfully recover and manage their sobriety.
Our Residential Co-Occurring Disorder treatment facility helps younger and older adults understand their mental health illness and their addiction in order to maintain abstinence and sobriety. Intensive programs are utilized during individualized treatment for each client addressing all areas of concern. Our substance abuse and treatment programs include Detoxification, Extensive Assessments, Co-Occurring Disorder diagnosis, education and treatment, Behavioral Therapy, Individual and Group Counseling, Family Counseling, Addiction and Relapse Education and aftercare counseling.
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