Before treatment can commence, there has to be an accurate diagnosis. Dual diagnosis can go hand in hand with addiction. Individuals often turn to alcohol or drugs to relieve the pain of an underlying issue. However this is not necessarily the case. Individuals can suffer from dual diagnosis without addiction. For example depression can co-exist alongside an eating disorder or as a result of post-traumatic stress disorder. Each of these must be treated separately to relieve the symptoms.
Here, at Sovereign Health of California, our dual diagnosis treatment is tailored to each individual, after an initial assessment, irrespective of whether or not the diagnosis involves addiction. Our highly qualified, professional staff have years of experience in the treatment of co-occurring disorders and we can help to address the situation and support our clients through treatment and on into long-term recovery and reintegration into society.
Here, at Sovereign Health of California, we understand how difficult it is to take that first step towards getting help. Dual diagnosis sufferers often have serious physical and psychological problems, making them a danger to themselves and others if not properly cared for. At Sovereign Health of California, clients stay in a safe, structured environment, designed to provide the correct atmosphere for recovery and reintegration into society.
Most dual diagnosis sufferers do not realize that there is more than one issue to resolve. Our highly qualified, experienced staff is there, on a daily basis, to offer detox, medication, clinical therapy and holistic treatments to address the complex issues of dual diagnosis and assist our clients on the road to long-term recovery and a life free from physical and psychological pain.
We offer 30, 60 and 90 day programs, each individually tailored to the needs of the client. We combine clinical treatments with holistic therapies such as acupuncture, massage, yoga and meditation, to provide a comprehensive treatment plan for long-term success in recovery from dual diagnosis.
For a list of some of the treatments we offer, please visit our 'what we offer page'