Co-Occurring Disorder Treatment

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Your Women’s-Only Recovery Center

At New Day Recovery Center, we’re committed to approaching addiction recovery with evidence-based, personalized care. We’ve built a comfortable and safe gender-specific environment where you can receive treatment for addiction among women with similar experiences. Our effective and diverse programs, like individualized therapy, life skills workshops, and co-occurring disorder treatment, are bolstered with this fellowship so you’re always supported.

What is a Co-Occurring
Disorder?

When you struggle with addiction, it’s likely you’re also experiencing other issues with your mental health. This is because addiction, or “substance use disorder” (SUD), and certain mental illnesses tend to contribute to each other in a cyclical fashion, and often have symptoms that overlap. This is called a co-occurring disorder, or dual-diagnosis. To treat addiction holistically and help you maintain recovery success, we must treat and nurture your mental health as well.

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woman suffering from common dual diagnosis disorder

Common Dual Diagnosis
Disorders

Co-occurring mental health disorders vary just as much as addictive substances, but some are more common than others. Many of the main mental health issues you’ll find alongside substance abuse are:

  • Depressive Disorder (Depression)
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ ADHD)
  • Eating Disorders
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Schizophrenia
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Dual Diagnosis Symptoms

There are certain signs to look for if you’re wondering if you or a loved one is dealing with dual diagnosis. These symptoms include, but aren’t limited to:

  • Withdrawal from friends and family
  • Disinterest in activities that once brought joy
  • Lack of focus
  • Easily losing control of emotions
  • Severe mood swings
  • Panic attacks
  • Neglecting self-care and proper hygiene
  • Financial and employment struggles

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New Day’s Approach to
Co-Occurring Disorder
Treatment

Our co-occurring disorder treatment is tailored to your individual needs, history, and symptoms. We’ve found that this is the best way to equip you with tools to maintain a healthy mind and body, free from addictive substances. We offer one-on-one time with your counselors, well-versed in diagnosing and treating a breadth of mental health disorders, as well as collaborative group therapy sessions.

When you treat your dual diagnosis at New Day Recovery Center, you’ll always have fellow clients, staff, and the skills you’re learning to empower you along the way.

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Testimonial What Our Clients Say

“New Day Recovery is the most genuine treatment center I’ve ever been to. IOP allowed me to gain some amazing friends and a strong support system”

– N.S.

Everyone at New Day Center is amazing! This is the most caring, comprehensive, and supportive recovery center! New Day is absolutely life changing.

– C.R.

This place has helped me get on the right track. I’m truly grateful for the help I’ve received at New Day.

– R.D.

New Day Center saved my life!

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