rehab for dual diagnosis

Finding Rehab for Dual Diagnosis

Almost 50% of people with a substance use disorder are also suffering from a mental health issue and may require rehab for dual diagnosis to treat all co-occurring disorders as a means of eventually experiencing complete recovery. Individuals battling on two fronts will require a mental health treatment plan in a long-term dual diagnosis treatment…

What Should You Look for in a Rehabilitation Center for Your Teen

Choosing the right adolescent treatment center is a tough decision during an already difficult time. Rehabilitation centers vary widely in their treatment approaches and capabilities, so it’s not a simple matter of choosing the best one. You need to select the unique method that fits your teen’s individual situation and needs. At Stonewater Adolescent Recovery…

Top Benefits of Gender-Specific Addiction Treatment

The addiction recovery process is complex. It involves focusing on your mental and physical needs, creating a plan for recovery that’s focused on just your future. Addiction treatment programs take commitment. These are some of the reasons why gender-specific addiction treatment is so critical. It can help you to focus solely on your recovery. Virtues…

8 Benefits of Individual Therapy

Overcoming drug and alcohol addiction means embracing a variety of therapy types. Individual therapy is perhaps one of the most important. During individual therapy sessions, participants work with their therapists in private sessions covering a wide range of topics and working to restore health one step at a time. An individual therapy program is a…

Addiction Treatment That’s Not 12-Step

Addiction treatment and recovery isn’t a “one-size-fits-all” approach. Several popular treatment models, such as the well-known 12-step program developed by Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) may not work for everyone or match a diverse set of lived experiences. If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, then Coalition Recovery’s non-12-step programs can provide immediate help…