If you live in Kaysville and you start abusing drugs and alcohol, there is a high risk that you might develop a co-occurring mental health disorder. On the other hand, if you have an undiagnosed mental illness, there is a likelihood that you might start abusing these substances to self-medicate the symptoms of your mental illness.
Research studies show that substance abuse and mental health disorders tend to have some underlying causes in common. These might include changes in the composition of the brain, early exposure to traumatic and stressful events, and genetic vulnerabilities.
If you have been living with depression, there is a high probability that you have been struggling for most of your life - or at least since the condition started developing. Eventually, you might turn to drugs and alcohol and soon find that you are also living with a substance use disorder or an addiction in addition to this mental health disorder.
That said, most of the signs and symptoms of addiction overlap with the elements and effects of depression. For this reason, it is essential that you seek appropriate care to treat both of these disorders simultaneously.
If you are struggling with a substance use disorder, you might understand that you have a problem. As a result, you may be willing to seek help from an addiction treatment program. However, if you are also living with impulse control disorder, you might have a lowered likelihood of seeking treatment on your own.
For instance, the NSDUH for 2017 showed that less than 20 percent of people living with intermittent explosive disorder received specialized treatment services for the rage episodes that they were struggling with.
It is recommended that you seek dual diagnosis treatment to manage all of the disorders that you have been struggling with simultaneously so that one does not cause the other to recur in the future.
This is especially true if you have been diagnosed with both substances abuse as well as another co-occurring mental health or medical disorders. Although these disorders tend to occur at the same time in many cases, it is possible to overcome them. To be able to do so, you will have to go through a highly integrated dual diagnosis treatment program.
Cold Creek Behavioral Health Outpatient Services is a facility in Kaysville, UT providing services in and around Davis County.
They provide a wide range of services, settings and treatment approaches such as:Psychotropic Medication, Outpatient Drug Rehab, Cognitive Behavior Therapy.
They offer special programs that are tailored to unique individual needs such as: Case Management and Integrated Primary Care Service.
If you are interested in attending or using one of the services offered by Cold Creek Behavioral Health Outpatient Services, they accept the following payment types: Cash Or Self Payment, Private Health Insurance