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Dual Diagnosis

Health professionals give a dual diagnosis when a patient is found to suffer from a mental health disorder along with substance addiction. When there are co-occurring disorders, each issue needs to be addressed for a full and lasting recovery. Get the facts on other disorders commonly intertwined that may require a dual diagnosis. 

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Dual Diagnosis, Part 2

By SoberRecovery, Staff Writer

Dual diagnosis, also known as "co-occurring disorders," refers to people who have a mental illness diagnosis as well as an addi... Continue Reading

Dual Diagnosis, Part 1

By SoberRecovery, Staff Writer

Dual diagnosis, also known as "co-occurring disorders," refers to people who have a mental illness diagnosis as well as an addi... Continue Reading

man struggling with bipolar disorder

6 Major Facts about Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder affects approximately 2.3 million U.S. adults in any given year. Here is some general information you should k... Continue Reading

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