Dual Diagnosis

For many men and women entangled in substance abuse and mental illness, denial, grief, and pain are constant companions. In some cases, psychiatric issues arise after years of severe dependency. In other cases, people self-medicate to escape from mental illness. Either way, your best chance of recovery lies in integrated co-occurring disorder treatment that addresses both conditions in one recovery program.

Pismo Beach Co-Occurring Disorder Treatment

Situated on the shore of California’s Central Coast, The Haven at Pismo provides a continuum of care for clients with co-occurring chemical dependency and mental illnesses like bipolar disorder, disordered eating, attention disorders, compulsive disorders, depression, and anxiety. Treating clients under one roof, we offer specialized services for co-occurring disorders:

Features of Our Central Coast Rehab

According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, about 50% of people with severe mental illness are involved in substance use. With help from highly trained therapists and clinicians, it is possible to greatly reduce symptoms or even overcome a co-occurring disorder to lead a productive, fulfilling life.

Clients of our California rehab campus have access to leading therapists, world-class amenities, and private living quarters with beachfront views. Once you have acknowledged your struggle with an addiction and psychological disorder, we evaluate how the two interact in order to get to the root of the problem.

Alternative Treatments for Mental Illness & Addiction

The Haven’s holistic treatment approach is very effective. During your tailored rehab program, your therapist may incorporate acupuncture, acupressure, massage, adventure therapy, equine therapy, and family counseling into your daily schedule.

Consider our Pismo Beach facility a safe, goal-oriented place to find hope for a dual diagnosis. Begin recovery today: 805.202.3440.

"The Haven saved my life. I'm 100% a different person now, and I own it."

Recover from addiction and co-occurring disorders. Call 1-805-202-3440 or contact us online to get started.