The inpatient dual diagnosis program addresses the relationship between these issues while simultaneously treating both of them.
By utilizing group therapy modalities and the 12-step model, this program lays the foundation for a sober and mentally stable lifestyle. A strong alumni support group and in-house AA meetings provide additional support.
What is Dual Diagnosis?
Dual diagnosis treatment combines substance abuse and mental health treatment to treat both at the same time. For example, someone may be struggling with Major Depressive Disorder and also need addiction treatment because they have a drug addiction to cover up their depression symptoms. Treating just mental health issues and not providing substance abuse treatment may not get to the root of the problems and lead to relapse.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) drug use survey reports that 13.5 percent of young adults said that they had both a substance use disorder and any mental illness in the last year. While only adults 18-25 are included in this statistic, the fact that this number of people struggle with mental illness and co-occurring drug or alcohol disorders, including illegal drugs, is concerning.
However, there is hope of long-term sobriety. According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), a dual diagnosis treatment program at a treatment facility that combines behavioral therapies and medication-assisted treatment can help — Arrowhead Behavioral Health, a mental health and addiction facility located in Maumee, Ohio, does just that and can help you or your loved one.
Dual Diagnosis Inpatient Treatment Program Details
- Patients wake up every day between 6:30 to 7:30 a.m. and go to bed by 11 p.m.
- They start and end each day with routine self-care and hygiene, followed by daily medication management by nursing
- Every patient receives one on one care by the psychiatrist and also will receive a History and Physical to address any underlying health concerns
- Every patient will have an individualized treatment plan created by the patient and their treatment team
- Patients attend three meals a day along with snacks provided
- Patients also attend multiple groups daily which include: groups to help identify individualized goals, development of social and community involvement/supports, therapy groups that focus on techniques to cope and processing of emotional distress, grief and loss, destructive behaviors, vulnerability, health and wellness and discharge planning
- Patient will also attend groups provided by Nursing, Recreational Therapy and Mental Health Technicians which focus on the holistic approach such as fitness, Recreation and Leisure, creating healthy lifestyles, self-esteem, disease prevention and addiction and mental health impact on the body
- Patients will be able to receive visitors during visitation hours and have opportunities to attend AA meetings in-house or participate in NAMI workshops in-house
- Patients that are interested in building their spiritual needs can attend non-denominational Church services that are offered during the weekends
Always Here to Help
Located in Maumee, Ohio, our dual diagnosis treatment center is ready to help you towards mental health and addiction recovery today.
We are licensed by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services to provide treatment to adults age 18 and older. Our facility offers both inpatient and outpatient services in the Greater Toledo, Ohio, area.
We also offer a Chemical Dependency MAT Program, which utilizes FDA-approved medications, counseling and behavioral health services to help patients detox with as minimal discomfort as possible in a confidential setting.
If you have questions about our programs or would like to schedule a confidential, no-cost assessment, please call 419-891-9333 or 800-547-5695 (toll-free) or use our online form. We are available 24/7. It is never too late to get the help you need.
In case of emergency, dial 911 or seek the nearest emergency room right away.