Old Vineyard’s Dual Diagnosis Program treats adults ages 18 and up and seniors with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. Our patients have structured days participating in group therapy that helps address the complexities of their issues.
We start with an individualized discharge plan.
From the beginning, we make goals for the last day of treatment and beyond. While this may seem counterintuitive, setting intentions from the very beginning helps patients understand where they are going and what they would like to achieve after their time with us.
Individuals engage in multifaceted psychoeducational skill-building groups.
By addressing the dimensions of mental health, substance use, relapse prevention and physical health, Old Vineyard provides its patients with treatment that involves current medication assistance.
We use group therapy sessions.
Through these sessions, both cognitive and dialectical behavioral techniques are utilized along with addiction education through 12-Step principles, recreational therapy, substance use therapy, relaxation, mind and body awareness, as well as family collaboration.
Patients may participate in Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings.
AA and NA meetings are available on site. Detox is also available to individuals based on personalized treatment plans.
Our psychiatrists experts are here to help.
Our unit clinicians not only have extensive experience with substance abuse patients but specialty certifications in addiction. A specific transitional outpatient program is available as well for dual diagnosis.