Co-occurring disorders are common among people with mental health and substance use disorders. We have developed an integrated approach to address both issues simultaneously.
By addressing both, individuals have a greater chance of achieving long-term recovery and improved mental health outcomes. The integrated approach at Massachusetts Center for Addiction allows for a personalized treatment plan that considers each patient’s unique needs, ensuring the best possible care.
Co-occurring disorders, or dual diagnosis, refer to the presence of both mental health issues (e.g., anxiety, depression) and substance or alcohol use disorder simultaneously. These conditions become so intertwined that they can be challenging to treat since they often interact with and alter each other.
Understanding the complexities of co-occurring disorders is essential for mental health professionals and clinicians. This knowledge enables professionals to create a personalized treatment plan that addresses mental health and substance use issues. Massachusetts Center for Addiction can provide an efficient yet compassionate dual diagnosis treatment focusing on recovery-oriented care programs.
Massachusetts Center for Addiction’s approach to treating co-occurring disorders significantly emphasizes recovery-oriented care systems. Each individual’s recovery needs will be unique. Massachusetts understands this, offering comprehensive addiction and mental health treatment.
The integrated treatment at Massachusetts is designed to help address our clients’ and patients’ behavioral health and substance use disorder needs. We offer a wide range of recovery services. This includes psychotherapy, medication management, and various support groups. Our treatments are aimed at helping people regain control of their lives by finding lasting recovery and long-term sobriety.
Partnering with Massachusetts Center for Addiction on your healing and recovery journey means having a compassionate team by your side. The team will develop a personalized plan targeting your addiction and mental health needs. This approach is more effective and efficient than conventional models focusing only on one disorder at a time.
The integrated treatment approach emphasizes the importance of treating co-occurring conditions simultaneously instead of treating them in isolation or one at a time. The Massachusetts method breaks down the barriers between mental illness and substance abuse treatment. This helps someone get the care required to address the full scope of their needs.
Massachusetts’s dedicated and experienced addiction professionals are committed to collaborating with clients to build treatment plans combining both treatments into a comprehensive treatment approach. Some options go from the most flexible and low-intensity programs like outpatient to more structured therapies, including residential or inpatient programs where the individual will live at the facility full-time during the treatment.
Only the most effective, evidence-based treatment methods at Massachusetts Center for Addiction address co-occurring disorders. Our highly driven treatment team is committed to staying current on the latest research and treatment best practices. This ensures that everyone receives only the highest standard of care regarding mental health and addiction recovery.
Tailored treatments boost chances of recovery success. Clients at Massachusetts Center for Addiction receive the most effective care possible, delivered via treatment plans tailored to their needs.
Massachusetts Center for Addiction supports our clients through every step of their recovery journey. Our compassionate approach helps people seeking help for co-occurring disorders get the help and level of care they need to address their specific challenges.
This comprehensive treatment involves working with a team of experienced addiction professionals to develop a personalized plan for recovery success. Contact Massachusetts Center for Addiction today to discuss your needs in a confidential, judgment-free space. With our recovery-oriented systems of care, we can find a unique solution just for you.
Our team is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer any questions you may have. Give us a call today and begin your journey toward long-term recovery.