Bridges of Hope is a Dual Diagnosis Treatment Facility in Anderson, Indiana
Bridges of Hope uses dual diagnosis therapy to help patients recover from substance abuse co-occurring mental disorders at the same time.
ANDERSON, Ind., December 13, 2019 (Newswire.com) - Bridges of Hope has announced that it is offering dual diagnosis therapy for those in need of behavioral and mental health treatment in addition to substance abuse treatment. Bridges of Hope operates a drug and alcohol rehab center in Anderson, Indiana and is recognized for offering safe, quality, evidence-based treatments.
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), people who are diagnosed with mood or personality disorders are twice as likely to also suffer from drug and alcohol addiction. The NIDA also reports that when compared with patients without mental illness, patients with co-occurring disorders demonstrate poor treatment adherence and low retention rates.
Mental illnesses can often lead to substance abuse when affected individuals use drugs and alcohol to cope with their mental health symptoms. Dual diagnosis at Bridges of Hope is customized based on individual patient needs, and a wide range of behavioral therapies and medications to help with co-occurring disorders.
Bridges of Hope is accredited by the Joint Commission and nationally recognized as a leader in the addiction treatment industry. Patients who choose Bridges of Hope as their treatment provider receive an assessment and a biopsychosocial and medical evaluation at the time of intake, which allows medical staff to develop a personalized treatment plan. Dual diagnosis therapy is included as part of a comprehensive inpatient/residential, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, or standard outpatient program for those who suffer from both a mental illness and substance use disorder.
In addition to dual diagnosis therapy, Bridges of Hope also offers medical detox, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and many other evidence-based therapies proven to help patients experience a safe, long-term recovery from addiction. Contact Bridges of Hope today at 765-358-7320 to speak with a treatment consultant and learn more about its available programs.
Bridges of Hope Treatment Center
2200 North Madison Avenue
Anderson, IN 46011
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