The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAHMSA) has published findings in 2009, which indicate that 6.38% of Delaware residents had undergone a major depressive episode within the year of survey. This is a sad indicator that severe abuse of drugs can cause mental illness. It is also observed that people suffering from some form of mental disorders such as depression or bipolar disorder are more likely to get addicted to illicit drugs than a normal person. A research by the Journal of American Medical Association found that 50% of people with severe mental illness are substance abusers. In many cases, such people have developed a dependency to the very medicines that are given to cure their illness.
The disorders which co-occur with substance abuse worsen a person’s physical and mental health rapidly. The problem with handling dual diagnosis is that affected individuals do not accept that they have such a condition. Are you looking to help someone who is in such a depressed state? Leave your worries and come to us. Our website gives you detailed information on the hospitals and their specialized treatment options for dual diagnosis in Delaware. With dedicated treatment and exceptional care, our healthcare professionals help you recover from both the problems and lead a normal and healthy life. Undergo our treatment programs and liberate your mind and body.
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