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Posts tagged ‘dual diagnosis’

What is so Special About Drug Rehab in Orange County

Written on: August 18th, 2009 By:

What is so Special About Drug Rehab in Orange County? If you or a loved one needs help to overcome alcoholism and drug addiction, it’s time to find out what’s special about drug rehab in Orange County. Orange County offers some of the top drug rehab centers in the country and the leading treatment center […]

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Drug Rehab Aftercare for Adults

Written on: August 18th, 2009 By:

Drug Rehab Aftercare for Adults Once you leave drug rehab, the pressures and responsibilities of daily life quickly take over. It can be difficult to maintain serenity and balance during initial sobriety while juggling work and home life. Drug Rehab Aftercare offers a safe place to process the frustrations and emotional overload in early sobriety […]

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If you or your loved one has decided to enroll in a drug rehab treatment facility, congratulations are in order! This is one of the most important steps in a person’s life, and the first step of a brand new, healthier life. There are, however, many options available. What are the differences and how will […]

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Dual Diagnosis

Written on: July 28th, 2008 By:

Dual diagnosis is a term that can be confused by many people seeking recovery from drug and alcohol addictions. Dual diagnosis is a term characterized by substance abuse as well as a co-occurring mental health disorder such as depression, anxiety, bipolar, manic, or dissociative disorders, as well as many other mental health issues. The most […]

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Dual Drug diagnosis

Written on: July 17th, 2008 By:

Dual diagnosis is a difficult thing to fight through. In fact, it makes the basic task of battling a drug addiction considerably more difficult. It basically involves a diagnosis of another disorder or even multiple disorders, in addiction to the diagnosis of a drug addiction. Also called co-occurring disorders because they happen simultaneously with the […]

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