What is dual diagnosis?

Dual diagnosis occurs when someone is experiencing mental illness along with a substance abuse disorder (for example, depression and alcoholism). Dual diagnosis is common and is also referred to as co-occurring disorders. It is highly recommended that when these conditions present at the same time that they are treated together in a dual diagnosis treatment program. This way each disorder can be assessed separately and together in order to determine how one is affecting the other.

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