Inpatient Dual Diagnosis Treatment Center in Louisiana
Victory Addiction Recovery Center is the premier inpatient dual diagnosis treatment center in Louisiana.
Located in Lafayette, LA, our inpatient recovery center provides many different forms of treatment. Upon admissions, our team of professionals will evaluate you and help you determine the best course of action for your individual recovery. Even though recovery requires community, it is important that treatment is constructed for each individual’s specific needs.
Our inpatient dual diagnosis treatment center in Louisiana helps address the causes and behaviors associated with addiction.
Dual diagnosis is the term for an individual that struggles with both mental illness and addiction. Many people in recovery have mental illnesses or diseases that have gone unaddressed. It is common for those suffering with mental disease to self-medicate in the form of abusing drugs and/or alcohol. Some mental illnesses that can accompany addiction are bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety and schizophrenia. These are just a few, but there are others that could be directly affecting your life. Victory Addiction Recovery Center’s inpatient dual diagnosis treatment center in Louisiana can help you recover from your addiction to drugs and alcohol, but can also help you determine if mental illness is playing a part in your struggle. We have therapists, psychiatrists and doctors on site to help pinpoint if mental illness is present in your life.
Victory has gender-specific programs as well as group and individual therapy.
We will introduce the 12-step program of recovery, sponsorship and fellowship. In terms of recovery, when a man works with another man and a woman with another woman, the chances of success are greater. Having friends of the opposite sex is fine, but at the end of the day a woman can better teach another woman how to be a sober female in recovery. The same goes for men working with other men. Our inpatient dual diagnosis treatment center in Louisiana can help you and your loved one understand addiction, become educated in mental illness and understand that there is a direct correlation between the two. Many people are recovering and staying sober every day from the disease of addiction and struggles of mental illness.