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What is Dual Diagnosis?

  • Dual diagnosis is the condition of suffering from a mental illness and a comorbid substance abuse problem.
  • There is considerable debate surrounding the appropriateness of using a single category for a heterogeneous group of individuals with complex needs and a varied range of problems.
  • Dual diagnosis emerged as a concept over 20 years ago, but unfortunately is still not well understood by the medical establishment though it is quite simple. It is, however, incredibly effective.
  • Dual diagnosis describes a practice that treats people who suffer from both an addiction and a psychiatric disorder.

We offer a holistic approach to addiction treatment & mental health.

DUAL DIAGNOSIS TREATMENT

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TREATMENT PROGRAM FEATURES

Group Counseling and Peer Support

Individualized Counseling

Daily Interactions with Therapist

Friendly, Experienced Caretakers

Individualized Relapse Prevention

Nutrition Education

Fun, Educational Recreational Therapy

"This place saved my life!! The staff here is a wonderful, compassionate group of people. Some of the most caring individuals I have encountered, from the techs, nurses, Dr’s and nutrition staff. Your road to recovery can truly begin here at the Blackberry Center."

Daniel C.

Patient

"My stay at the blackberry center was phenomenal the staff was so sweet and caring and made me feel safe. Paul was amazing and funny and an staff member. And he made sure I was safe and okay when I got here and was upset and sad."

Mary F.

Patient

"Thank you Blackberry Center. Please let all the west side techs especially Tina, Iris, and Greg know that Mike W. really appreciated their support and help"

Michael W.

Patient

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