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co-occurring

Addiction and Mental Health Disorders often co-exist, and dual diagnosis and treatment are ideal. This is also known as a co-occurring disorder, dual diagnosis, dual/concurrent disease, or co-morbidity.
Teens have a high risk for addiction and mental health problems when there is conflict in the family. If one or both parents have an addiction or mental health disorder, abuse increases the chances.

Pacific beach integrates substance abuse therapy with mental health. Our staff works tirelessly with our clients to produce skills and develop tools to deal with the causes.
We offer DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) with individual case oversight, follow-up, and assessment.

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