Dual Diagnosis refers to a person who experiences a mental illness and a substance abuse problem simultaneously. Could you be dual diagnosis? Are you mentally ill and an addict? Do you drink or use more to manage your mental illness?
Do you experience depression? Anxiety? Drastic mood swings? Are you drinking more than usual? Are you taking your pills as prescribed? All of the above? Are you a dual diagnosis, mentally ill addict or alcoholic?
Family Members. Looking for answers? Try www.Ask.com. Frustrated by your addicted family member? What does a manic episode look like for an addict? See some answers. Here are some suggestions for talking to your bipolar child? http://www.healthcentral.com/bipolar/c/17281/17766/talk-person-manic
There is recovery for those with dual diagnosis: mentally illness and addiction. There is a healthy, clean and sober, way to live and it’s available to anyone who wants to change. Do you wonder if you or your loved one is bipolar? Go to this site to read more. Of course, only a mental health professional can accurately diagnosis, but thank goodness for the research that is available to us.
Find the help that you need and want! Find the help that works with your budget or private health insurance. We are here to help. 949-292-2000. Phone lines are open 24/7. Programs may be Court accepted. Programs may be accepted by your insurance. Find HELP paying for treatment. Click HERE to have us contact you!
WI Recovery offers help with dignity and respect to those with dual diagnosis (mental illness and addiction), addiction and alcoholism. We know that each person is a Divine expression of spirit in human form. We offer holistic services, medically supervised treatment, psychiatrists and psychotherapists, as well as licensed therapists. We offer interventions for family members of those who need help getting ready and willing for treatment and recovery. Call 949-292-2000 or text 949-413-4109 for very private detox, rehab, or treatment placement.
Location: Huntington Beach, CA, USA
Kevin F. (~2 years ago)
Howdy! My name is Kevin F., and if you’ve come this far, read on, please! I came to Wits Inn after 10 years of a horrible addiction to meth. Pat and Loriann Witte helped me help myself change my life. Since getting treatment for my illness, I’ve not looked back. I have taken their message to heart. That was in 1997. Today, I’m clean and sober, having quit meth, alcohol, AND tobacco. Got my GED in ’06, and I’ve pulled my life together. You can too. I owe these guys SOOOO MUCH! I feel like they gave me my life back. Today, I’m a nurse, looking to give something back. I just want to again thank the Witte’s for everything, literally.