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Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers


Crippling fear. All-consuming anxiety. Hopelessness, dread, and feelings of isolation. Nearly 55 million Americans suffer from these and other symptoms characteristic of a diagnosable mental health disorder. Your brain may become sick when it is disrupted by a chemical imbalance, neurological disease, or genetic condition. Mental health issues also arise as a result of trauma, environmental stressors, addiction, or lifestyle choices. No matter what the cause, mental illness derails your life, family, and goals. It causes physical and emotional pain and comes with a social stigma that leads many people to suffer in darkness.

At Coast to Coast, we believe it is time to bring mental illness into the light. When you partner with our reputable network of California, Florida, and U.S. dual diagnosis facilities, you’ll receive the medical expertise and support you need to treat or manage most mental health conditions that accompany your addiction, including:

• Clinical depression
• Generalized anxiety disorder
• Bipolar disorder
• Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
• Obsessive-compulsive disorder
• Dissociative disorders
• Eating disorders

Warning Signs of a Mental Health Disorder

Many mental health symptoms mimic the signs of everyday stress, so you or your family may not realize what is happening at first. Unfortunately, foggy thinking, memory and concentration problems, or frequent anxiety could be the beginning of something more serious. It may be time to speak with a mental health professional when you experience:

• Prolonged depression & sadness
• Insomnia or chronic fatigue
• Suicidal thoughts
• Sudden onset of physical aches & pains
• Feelings of euphoria followed by depression
• Social withdrawal
• Aggression
• Defiance of authority
• Inability to cope with work & day-to-day tasks

In some cases, restoring psychological stability requires a blend of medication, counseling, and proven therapy methods. In other cases, treatment may require intensive inclient or outpatient programs. The most important thing to remember during this time is that mental illness is not your fault, and it’s not “all in your head.” Just like cancer, heart problems, or migraines—mental illness is real. It is painful. But it is treatable.

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(800) 210-8229

Dual Diagnosis Rehab Centers

With the help of Coast to Coast Recovery's network of accredited dual diagnosis centers in California, Florida, and across the U.S. thousands of people are getting the help they need. Our interventionists are available around the clock to serve teens, adults, older adults, and families caught in the grip of a mental health crisis. By trusting us with your secret, you’ll begin a journey of recovery and hope. Take the first step today: call (800) 210-8229.

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Our goal is to help you get it right the first time, so you or your loved one can achieve lasting sobriety. This is largely dependent on selecting the best match for you and your circumstances.

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While we specialize matching you with the right program, it is critical that you own your decision to get help. To ensure that this happens, we (1) present our recommendations, (2) give you the opportunity to ask questions and address concerns, and (3) give you time to weigh the options. Why? Because choosing a program that suits your lifestyle and personal values increases the chances that you’ll achieve sustained sobriety.

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Admissions into our centers can happen quickly - even on the same day. Many clients and families are concerned about navigating this process. Don’t worry, we will handle that for you.

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As your program comes to an end, Coast to Coast addiction professionals help you take the next step into aftercare and beyond. Stressful lifestyles, co-occurring conditions, and dysfunctional family situations act as relapse triggers, so it’s critical that you develop a detailed plan for life after rehab.

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