Dual Diagnosis vs Co-Occurring Disorders in Alcohol and Drug Rehab Treatment Centers


 

Dual Diagnosis Vs Co-Occurring Disorders in Alcohol and Drug Rehab Treatment Centers – Miramar drug and alcohol treatment center (888) 363-8721. www.miramarlagunabeach.com What is the difference in dual diagnosis and co-occurring disorders in the drug and alcohol rehab setting? Dual diagnosis is defined as the presence of one or more psychiatric disorder(s), such as panic disorder; major depression; antisocial personality disorder; etc, combined with a chemical addiction. Co-occurring disorders are defined as the presence of two or more mental health (psychiatric disorders), with or without the added presence of chemical abuse. For more detail email us on dbrian@homgroup.com

 

Rehab center now offers outpatient treatment

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(WDRB-TV)–A local drug and alcohol rehab center is expanding, and taking on a different kind of client. The City of Hope is a drug and alcohol treatment center. And until recently, people trying to recover from substance abuse lived there. Now the …
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NSW funding aims to lower prison rate

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THE NSW government has delivered on a $ 10 million pre-election commitment to fund drug and alcohol rehabilitation services for people released from prison. Minister for Mental Health Kevin Humphries said the government wanted to create diversions from …
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