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Viewpoint Dual Recovery Center is the premier extended treatment program in the United States for individuals suffering from mental illness and substance abuse— also called dual diagnosis. Our unique approach provides each client with a transformative, nurturing, and individualized experience designed to build self-esteem and skill sets needed to live their best life possible.
To effectively approach dual diagnosis treatment, we use our innovative system, UHELP, which stands for Understand, Heal, Educate, Love, and Practice. By employing each aspect of the UHELP system, our staff and doctors guide each patient along the path to recovery, ensuring healthy, long-term lifestyle changes.
What is Dual Diagnosis?
A Dual Approach
Dealing with addiction and substance abuse is extremely challenging—even more so when combined with mental illness. Viewpoint Dual Recovery Center focuses on treating mental illness and addiction at the same time, helping patients see how one influences the other. With this approach, we help patients achieve long-lasting recovery.
Viewpoint specializes in treating individuals who have already been diagnosed with, or display clear signs of, one of the following mental illnesses in addition to a potential or established substance abuse problem:
- Bipolar Disorder
- Personality Disorders
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Panic Disorders
Unlike the Rest
Most treatment approaches focus on substance abuse and treat mental illness as a secondary issue. We believe this is often why individuals with dual diagnosis are unsuccessful in recovery and find themselves attending multiple treatment centers. Many of our clients come to us feeling misunderstood, frustrated, and discouraged because they have been subject to programs which have not properly addressed an underlying mental illness, often propelling their addictions.
At Viewpoint, each client is surrounded by peers and professionals who understand and share their challenges with a dual diagnosis, so our clients are no longer treated as the exception. Every facet of their illness is taken seriously because we truly want to help patients live healthy lives free of addiction, both at our facility and in the years afterward.