82 Minnesota Dual Diagnosis Rehab Centers

Many people with a mental health disorder turn to drugs or alcohol as a way to self-medicate. Individuals with a substance use disorder as well as a diagnosed mental illness have what is called a dual-diagnosis and should seek treatment. Fortunately, Minnesota has several rehab facilities that specialize in the treatment of those with a dual-diagnosis.

People who struggle with mental illness often do so silently, never seeking help or even receiving a diagnosis. Those who do, have the option to pursue treatment to help them learn how to manage their disorders and live as normal a life as possible.

Some people are especially prone to mental illness, such as people who reside in nursing homes. The Centers for Disease Control report that 67 percent of all nursing home patients over age 65 have at least one mental health disorder, with dementia and mood disorders most common among them. Postpartum women are another high-risk group, with nearly 10 percent of women in Minnesota self-reporting feelings of depression, hopelessness, or little interest or pleasure doing things.

Though some groups are more likely to develop mental disorders than others, anyone can experience mental illness. In Minnesota, the CDC reports more than 14.4 percent of adults having received a diagnosis of depression in their lifetimes. Another mental illness – anxiety disorder – has affected or continues to affect more than 10 percent in the state. And 2.7 percent of Minnesota residents report experiencing serious psychological distress of some kind.

These numbers account for people who have or previously had a mental illness, but it does not tell the silent story that many of them know all too well: Addiction. Mental health disorders and substance abuse often occur simultaneously – often when people with anxiety, depression and other disorders attempt to self-medicate instead of seeking professional treatment. When substance abuse disorder is co-occurring with mental illness, patients are said to have a dual diagnosis and should seek treatment as soon as possible.

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Dual Diagnosis Rehab Programs in Minnesota

Micah House, Minneapolis

Micah House in Minneapolis is a dual diagnosis center featuring both inpatient and outpatient treatment programs. Residential long-term inpatient treatment is available for up to 120 days, as well as an after-care program at nearby halfway houses and sober living facilities. Micah House offers special dual diagnosis treatment programs for men, as well as holistic and alternative treatment options.

Minnesota Teen Challenge, Minneapolis

Also located in Minneapolis, the Minnesota Teen Challenge recognizes that adults are not the only ones affected by dual diagnosis disorders. Short-termed and long-term inpatient programs are available, as well as outpatient treatment options. The center accepts state-financed insurance, private insurance, Medicaid, and self-payment. It also offers income-based fees that lower costs for those who demonstrate financial need.

EmPower CTC, Rochester

At EmPower CTC in Rochester, men and women can receive treatment for dual diagnosis disorders on an outpatient basis. Special programs are available for postpartum women, as well as those seeking a holistic or alternative approach to treatment. EmPower CTC is a bilingual treatment center; Spanish-speaking patients are welcome.

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Mental health disorders and substance abuse disorders are challenging on their own; but together they can wreak havoc on the lives of patients and their families. If you or someone you know has a co-occurring substance addiction and mental illness, contact RehabCenter.net for more information about dual diagnosis rehabilitation in Minnesota today.

Cities In Minnesota With Dual Diagnosis Rehab Programs

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