Co-Occurring Mental Health Conditions

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Colorado Dual Diagnosis Mental Health Treatment

There is a clear connection between mental health disorders and substance abuse. According to a report by the National Bureau of Economic Research, people who have been diagnosed with a mental health disorder account for 38 percent of alcohol consumption in America, and 44% of cocaine use.

At Golden Peak Recovery, we understand that these co-occurring disorders must be treated together to have the best hope of a successful recovery. If we treat your substance abuse without addressing your mental health issues, the chances of relapse after your rehab greatly increase.

We have a well-rounded team of addiction specialists who treat your co-occurring disorders at our center in Denver, Colorado. Our staff includes addiction counselors, therapists, nutritionists and dieticians, nurses, and psychiatrists, all dedicated to helping you overcome these issues for a successful recovery.

Break the cycle of co-occurring disorders

It is common for depression, anxiety or other mental health disorders to accompany addiction. You may have abused drugs to self-medicate without realizing it at the time. Maybe you’ve never received a mood-disorder diagnosis or thought you needed treatment. But once you know, dealing with it concurrently with addiction makes sense.

At Golden Peak Recovery, you can break the cycle of addiction and mental health disorders.

By treating both disorders simultaneously, you can better ensure your successful recovery and avoid relapse.

Group and individual therapy sessions

Our quality substance abuse treatment programs always include individual and group sessions. Private counseling allows for goal-setting and enables therapists to customize their approach to your needs. Group sessions open the door to peer counseling and encouragement.

Examples of our treatment therapies at Golden Peak Recovery include:

Don’t let substance abuse and mental health disorders control your life. Call Golden Peak Recovery today!