Duffy’s Napa Valley Rehab is a residential dual diagnosis treatment program that is designed to provide life-changing services to men and women who have been struggling with co-occurring mental health and addiction issues.
Dual Diagnosis Support at Duffy’s
What is dual diagnosis treatment?
Located in Calistoga, California, Duffy’s Napa Valley Rehab is pleased to offer a comprehensive suite of services for individuals who are struggling with substance abuse and mental health concerns. As a long-standing leader in the recovery community, Duffy’s has welcomed guests to our campus in northern California for many years and has supported countless individuals on the road to recovery.
Our full spectrum of services includes inpatient and continuing care programming, dual diagnosis treatment, as-needed detox programming, and transitional support. Dual diagnosis treatment is a specific form of integrated care that combines treatment modalities that address both substance abuse and mental health disorders in unison. All guests who heal at Duffy’s must have a primary substance use disorder diagnosis, but through our dual diagnosis programming, they can receive support for other mental health concerns while in our care.
Comprehensive dual diagnosis programming for mind, body, and spirit
At Duffy’s, we utilize a personalized, integrated approach to treatment planning that takes into account our guests’ unique strengths and challenges as they make strides toward healthy living. For many, this includes addressing mental health concerns in tandem with issues of chemical dependency.
Our dual diagnosis programming is founded on the philosophy that for lasting healing to occur, we must include interventions that address all aspects of wellness. Often, symptoms of untreated mental illnesses like anxiety and depression can cause an individual’s addictive behaviors to worsen. However, the reverse is also true. By creating a path to recovery that reflects the needs of our guests’ minds, bodies, and spirits, we’ve developed a community of care that boasts a 90% completion rate.
Expert Treatment for Dual Diagnosis
Experience, compassion, credentials
Many guests arrive at Duffy’s with dual diagnosis treatment needs, and our staff of experienced professionals is adept at creating plans of care that reflect both substance abuse and mental health disorders at the same time. We know that neglecting to address critical aspects of wellness such as mental and emotional health can damage an individual’s ability to achieve sustained sobriety. So, the Duffy’s treatment team works to ensure that our guests’ presenting concerns are identified, evaluated, monitored, and addressed throughout their stay.
What We Treat
Understanding our scope of services
Duffy’s maintains a strong legacy of leadership within the addiction recovery community. This means that part of our admissions screening process involves ensuring that all prospective guests have a primary diagnosis of substance abuse. However, we are also able to provide quality care for a variety of mental health conditions as secondary concerns. We commonly treat individuals who are struggling with secondary symptoms of:
- Bipolar disorder
- Borderline personality disorder
Please note that at this time, we are unable to provide treatment services for those who are suffering from eating disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), or gaming addictions.
Dignity in the Healing Process
Lifelong support for your recovery journey
No matter what has occurred in your past, or what ultimately led you to seek recovery at Duffy’s, we believe that all our guests deserve effective, well-administered care that will empower them to achieve their personal goals. We value the strength of each person who chooses to undergo the challenging effort of recovery, and we honor the unique voice, experiences, and perspective that each guest brings to our program. To learn more about dual diagnosis programming at Duffy’s Napa Valley Rehab in northern California, or to inquire about any other aspect of our services, contact us at your earliest convenience. Our staff is always available to assist you in beginning the admissions process for yourself or a loved one.