Inpatient Drug Rehab Philadelphia (855) YES-REHAB


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The Addiction Hotline was created to help Parents, Teens, Husbands and Wives, Friends or Family get help anytime day or night with one easy to use phone number (855) YES. REHAB. Where do parent turn when their teens are out of control? They turn to a National Drug Abuse Hotline or the Addiction hotline.

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Inpatient Drug Rehab Philadelphia (855) YES-REHAB

  1. 1. If you are at the point of getting help for your drug addiction, and are ready to surrender to your Substance Abuse Professionals for treatment, you have to consider the possibilities of a co-occurring disorder, that is often associated with addiction. Co-occurring disorder or a "dual diagnosis, is defined as presence of both mental health problem and drug addiction. Many patients are assessed and diagnosed with depression, bipolar disorder, and anxiety. When the patient has both disorders, mental health and addiction, can make the treatment for both conditions even more difficult. However, today in the drug rehab industry, both substance abuse and mental health providers work together to address both conditions, often prescribing medications combined with therapy and counseling. It is critical that the doctors are able to identify any other mental health disorders, prior to the start of treatment for addiction.
  2. 2. In the dual diagnosis in the patient, the symptoms of mental health disorder can masquerade as typical addiction symptoms. If the mental health problem is overlooked, the addiction may get even more severe. Both conditions interact with each other in the negative way. Therefore you need a trained professional to create a comprehensive treatment for both disorders, that can "compliment" each other, rather than make each condition worse.
  3. 3. The statistics shows that addiction is very common factor in the mental health problems patients. However, one condition does not necessarily causes another.  Many individuals with mental health disorders, are often unaware of their mental health problems, so they succumb to using alcohol or drugs for self-medicating purposes.  If a person is diagnosed with mental health disorder, drug abuse can cause violent outbursts, self-distractive behaviors, tantrums, and even suicides. Drug abuse may even trigger a whole new set of symptoms.
  4. 4. If you are seeking treatment for drug abuse or drug addiction, always consider the possibilities of mental health disorder. If you were not assessed for a mental health disorder, ask your health care provider to initiate one to make sure your treatment for addiction is effective and successful! Always seek professional help for drug addiction at the licensed Drug Rehab Facility, that will provide help for your addiction and /or mental health problem simultaneously!
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