Harmony Health Group Offers Dual-Diagnosis Programs in Multiple States

Harmony Health Group offers a comprehensive and compassionate approach to treatment of substance abuse and mental health disorders. Our mental health professionals focus on developing a customized treatment program that uses evidence-based and holistic healing practices. Harmony Drug and Alcohol Addiction Recovery Group has multiple dual diagnosis treatments facilities along the east coast in Florida, Massachusetts, New Jersey, North Carolina, and Tennessee.

Harmony Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Group is in-network with many insurance providers and accepts insurance for dual diagnosis treatment. Using a multidisciplinary team of experienced medical and mental health professionals, our centers offer you a continuum of care that includes detoxification, residential treatment, outpatient programs, and aftercare services.

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What is Dual Diagnosis Addiction and Mental Health Treatment?

Dual diagnosis is a term that describes a situation in which you have a mental health and addiction condition simultaneously. Using dual diagnosis counseling and holistic recovery programs, the mental health professionals at Harmony Substance Abuse Recovery Group offer you hope. Dual diagnosis addiction and mental health treatment requires an integrated behavioral health approach to ensure that both conditions are treated concurrently.

This integrated care approach improves the potential for recovery and reduces the risk of relapse. Co-occurring treatment programs are specialized options for mental health rehabilitation and include substance abuse and mental health services nearby. Harmony Addiction Recovery Group places a strong emphasis on fostering a sense of community, recognizing the importance of peer support in the recovery process. Each center offers family therapy and education to strengthen family relationships, which in turn supports dual diagnosis recovery.

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Finding Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers Near Me

Finding a dual diagnosis treatment centers near me may feel like a challenge. Harmony Health Group operates treatment centers in five states along the east coast. Our patients come from all over the US to experience the dual diagnosis therapy and interventions we offer. Comprehensive dual diagnosis care is necessary for successful treatment. We encourage you to call Harmony Drug and Alcohol Addiction Recovery Group at (866) 461-4474 or contact us online to learn more about how our dual diagnosis treatment center can help you recover your personal and professional life.

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Harmony offers a multitude of locations up and down the East Coast for behavioral health services. Call us to learn about our facilities and treatment options.

What is Treated at Dual Diagnosis Residential Treatment Centers?

A dual diagnosis residential treatment center addresses substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health conditions concurrently to increase the potential for successful rehabilitation and sustainable recovery. Co-occurring treatment programs are specialized and personalized to your unique needs.

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Does Insurance Cover Dual Diagnosis Treatment?

Most insurance providers offer some coverage level for dual diagnosis treatment. There are two federal laws that protect your right to treatment for substance use disorders and mental health conditions, the combination of which is a dual diagnosis. The first is the 2008 Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act and the second is the 2010 Affordable Care Act.

These federal laws protect your right to treatment, but they do not define the coverage level insurance companies must offer. Your coverage details and out-of-pocket costs are dependent on your insurance provider and your policy. Your deductible, copayment, or coinsurance are factors that influence your out-of-pocket costs. We encourage you to call Harmony Addiction Recovery Group at (866) 461-4474 or contact us online so we can help verify your insurance level and estimate your costs.

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Which Insurance Providers Cover Dual Diagnosis Rehab?

The 2010 Affordable Care Act mandates that all insurance providers offer coverage for what they call essential health services. They define essential health services to include mental health conditions and substance use disorders. While your insurance company likely offers some level of coverage for dual diagnosis rehab, your out-of-pocket costs are highly dependent on the benefits and limits of your policy.

Some of the major insurance companies that offer coverage to individuals for dual diagnosis rehab include Blue Cross Blue Shield, Optum, Cigna, Aetna, and UnitedHealthCare. We encourage you to call Harmony Substance Abuse Recovery Group at (866) 461-4474 for more information about dual diagnosis treatment and to verify your insurance coverage and estimate your out-of-pocket expenses.

How Much Does Dual Diagnosis Treatment Cost Without Insurance?

The cost for dual diagnosis treatment without insurance varies depending on the facility charges. The charges are based on the geographical location and the intensity of your therapeutic program. Your costs also rely on whether you can obtain financial aid. If you do not qualify for insurance, you may qualify for a government-sponsored insurance plan, such as Medicaid or Medicare.

Both help pay for dual diagnosis treatment. If you don’t qualify for a government-sponsored plan, you may consider a personal loan, crowdfunding, community-based or faith-based grants and loans or approaching friends and family for financial help. While it is challenging to seek out financial assistance, the mental health professionals at Harmony Substance Abuse Recovery Group understand that the cost to you without treatment is far greater than the cost of treatment.

Long-Term Dual Diagnosis Treatment Programs

Most dual diagnosis treatment programs are long-term, ranging from 30 days to 180 days (6 months). The length of your program is customized to meet your needs and is adjusted based on your lifestyle requirements, including school and work obligations. The primary goal is sustainable recovery, which we work with you to achieve using a variety of treatment options.

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Short-Term Dual Diagnosis Treatment Programs

Dual diagnosis inpatient treatment centers also offer short-term programs that range from a weekend program stay to 21 days. Short-term dual diagnosis treatment programs are designed to jumpstart your recovery process and will include detoxification as needed. Harmony Health Group may have a dual diagnosis treatment center near me that can help you through the initial stages of your recovery using integrated treatment to address dual diagnosis recovery.

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Signs and Symptoms of Co-Occurring Conditions

Dual diagnosis or co-occurring conditions are situations in which you experience a substance abuse problem alongside a co-occurring mental health condition. There are common indicators that suggest the presence of a dual diagnosis.

Unfortunately, if you suffer from both mental health conditions and substance use disorders, you frequently have symptoms that are more severe and resistant to treatment. During a clinical evaluation, your mental health professional will consider factors and look for symptoms of mental health conditions that may include, but are not limited to the following:

Unfortunately, if you suffer from both mental health conditions and substance use disorders, you frequently have symptoms that are more severe and resistant to treatment. During a clinical evaluation, your mental health professional will consider factors and look for symptoms of mental health conditions that may include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Feeling helpless, hopeless, worthless, guilt, or fear.
  • Loss of interest in daily activities
  • Change in appetite, weight, or sleep patterns
  • Lack of energy, fatigue
  • Racing, intrusive thoughts and trouble concentrating
  • Increased irritability
  • Risky, impulsive behavior
  • Suicidal or homicidal thoughts

Signs, symptoms, and behaviors associated with substance use disorders include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Inability to control substance use
  • Cravings for drugs or alcohol
  • Needing more of the substance to achieve the same effect
  • Withdrawal symptoms manifest when the user tries to quit or cut back
  • Life is revolving around substance use and time spent acquiring, using, and recovering
  • Difficulty meeting critical obligations at the expense of school, work, relationships

What is The Dual Diagnosis Inpatient Treatment Center Admissions Process?

The admission process to a dual diagnosis inpatient treatment center begins with your first phone call. During that call, our admission counselors will give you information about treatment and verify your insurance coverage. You may schedule an initial assessment to determine if you’re a good fit for the program. This pre-admission screening is not as thorough as a comprehensive assessment which is done to gather detailed information and provide the foundation for your individualized treatment plan.

Once the plan has been created and the admission process is complete, you will undergo orientation to become familiar with the treatment center’s rules, policies and procedures as well as learn your daily schedule and the expectations for participation in therapy and activities. Throughout the admission, your progress in the co occurring disorders dual diagnosis program is evaluated and changes are made to your treatment program as necessary.

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Get in touch with Harmony Health Group to find out about our rehab admissions process, free assessment, treatment options or to check your insurance coverage levels. Your first step to recovery starts here!

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