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Palm Partners Proudly Offers Dual Diagnosis Treatment for Successful Recovery from Chemical Dependency

Dual diagnosis treatment can help you overcome your addiction once and for all!

Dual diagnosis treatment can help you overcome your addiction once and for all!

Palm Partners of Delray Beach, Florida is proud to offer dual diagnosis treatment to assist individuals in overcoming both chemical dependency and co-occurring mental health disorders such as anxiety, depression and bi-polar disorder. During the dual-diagnosis program at Palm Partners Recovery Center, clients learn about their individual mental health problem and they also learn the skills necessary to help them to cope with the problem and manage it more effectively without the use of drugs or alcohol.

Millions of people suffer from mental health conditions and make an honest attempt at self medicating to alleviate the problem. Whether it’s a few drinks each day to alleviate the anxiety or using drugs to mask the effects of depression, co-occurring conditions are a very common fate for 2 out of 3 people who use drugs or alcohol. Unfortunately, dual-diagnosis is difficult to recognize because often times the symptoms of one disorder are difficult to see because they are masked by another condition. For instance, it may be difficult to pinpoint whether depression was the cause of a drinking problem or if the depression resulted from an addiction to alcohol.

Palm Partners is the leader in successful treatment for dual diagnosis and chemical dependency. Consisting of a team of highly skilled clinicians, counselors and therapists, Palm Partners Recovery Center can help to resolve various levels of trauma, mental health conditions and chemical dependency offering individuals who suffer from dual diagnosis a new outlook on life. The dual diagnosis program at Palm Partners focuses on treating the entire person rather than just treating their addiction.

During the Dual Diagnosis Program at Palm Partners in Delray Beach, Florida, clients learn how their chemical dependency and their co-occurring mental health condition have an interrelationship between one another and can quickly result in relapse when left untreated. In addition to receiving targeted treatment for the mental health conditions that an individual may be experiencing, Palm Partners also provides clients with a range of holistic services to help them ease symptoms and reduce discomforts associated with their unique problems.

About Palm Partners

Palm Partners Recovery Center offers various types of drug and alcohol addiction treatment programs including residential drug addiction treatment, inpatient treatment and outpatient treatment as well as extended and follow up care. The drug and alcohol treatment programs offered at Palm Partners Recovery Center are individually tailored to meet the needs of the each patient offering a full range of care, living arrangements, independent living options and extended care.

The Palm Partners Recovery Center treatment programs take a traditional and non traditional approach incorporating the philosophy of a 12-step model that is combined with various health and wellness practices to promote long term recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. In addition to providing a full range of drug addiction services, Palm Partners Recovery Center also offers yoga, fitness therapy, healthy lifestyle options, nutrition counseling and various recreational activities to help promote a healthy recovery.

For more information about the services offered at Palm Partners Recovery Center or to speak with a qualified admissions counselor at Palm Coast Recovery Center, contact the facility at 877-711-4673 or visit the Palm Partners Recovery Center website at PalmPartners.com

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