Depression can make addiction harder to deal with.
Depression & Addiction Treatment
People rarely suffer from addiction alone. It’s much more common for them to suffer from another mental disorder as well, usually depression. For that reason, finding a rehab center that offers an addiction and depression treatment program is crucial to the success of a rehab program. It’s also vital for any chance at ongoing sobriety.
Co-Occurring Disorders We Treat
Our Levels of Care
At Grace Recovery, we believe in rehabilitation that consists of comprehensive addiction treatment programs. For this reason, we offer medical detox, 30, 60, and 90-day residential programs, as well as options for outpatient treatment and aftercare services. Our expert staff can guide you through every step of your recovery journey.
Addiction & Mental Illness
Addiction is a mental disorder, which is an important fact. Once the brain develops a mental disorder, it’s susceptible to developing others. Because of that, people with addiction usually have underlying psychiatric conditions. Some of the most common mental disorders that accompany addiction include:
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder
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Which Comes First: Addiction or Mental Illness?
Believe it or not, there’s no one specific way that these problems develop. Sometimes, drug abuse causes the development of a new disorder. It usually develops because of the chemical imbalance that drugs cause in the brain.
Other times, people have an underlying mental disorder that drives them to abuse drugs. The reason is that the drugs provide relief from the symptoms of their mental conditions. Of course, this relief only lasts as long as the drugs do. To continue to get relief, they have to abuse drugs repeatedly.
When people with depression take drugs, for example, they feel happy. Once those drugs wear off, they go back to feeling depressed. The drugs only provide temporary relief because they don’t address the primary cause of the problem. In the end, they need both an addiction and depression treatment program to rebuild their lives.
Treating Depression While Attending a Drug Rehab
People who suffer from depression are likely to self-medicate with addictive drugs when they don’t seek help. Once they develop addiction too, they get stuck in a dangerous cycle. Thankfully, they can find support for these issues at an alcohol rehab center.
A dual diagnosis treatment program offers support not only for addiction but also the underlying mental disorder. In this particular case, it includes depression treatment while it addresses the addiction at the same time.
A rehab center that offers dual diagnosis treatment knows that people have to deal with underlying mental illnesses. Merely treating the addiction isn’t enough. People must receive depression treatment too, or their chances of relapsing increase.
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Overcome Depression at Our Los Angeles Treatment Center
At Grace Recovery, we can help you with addiction and other underlying mental disorders. In fact, we offer our own dual diagnosis program that provides addiction and depression treatment. We believe that it’s just as important to treat the underlying mental issue as it is to address the addiction.
We pride ourselves in offering a wide range of addiction treatment programs. In fact, we provide both evidence-based and holistic treatment options. Some of them include:
- Residential treatment
- Outpatient rehab
- 90- to 180-day programs
- Individual and group therapies
- Holistic therapy
Don’t let an underlying mental illness keep you from overcoming addiction. Get the addiction and depression treatment that you need to get better. Contact Grace Recovery today at 866.431.3602 for more information.