Quality and Affordable Dual Diagnosis Treatment in Wisconsin
Iris Health Clinic (IHC) is a leading provider of Dual Diagnosis Treatment in Wisconsin. Located in Waukesha and Milwaukee, our affordable dual diagnosis treatment services are comprehensive and evidence-based and aim to provide healing for individuals seeking support for substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders. The overall goal of dual diagnosis treatment is to treat individuals who are suffering from both substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders simultaneously in order to more effectively heal the whole person through a comprehensive and integrated approach.
At IHC, we are passionate about providing both quality and affordable addiction and
mental treatment for individuals and families in Wisconsin. Every day we work hard to prove that we are 100% dedicated to improving the health and well-being of those in our care through our evidence-based medical and therapeutic approaches. Our compassionate and empathetic therapists are trained to support individuals, couples, and families who are seeking support for substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders, emotional and mental health issues, eating disorders, PTSD, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizoaffective disorder, and more.
What is a Co-Occurring Mental Health Condition?
A co-occurring mental health disorder relates specifically to an individual’s alcohol and/or drug use. If we recognize that mental health issues, such as stress and anxiety, can occur and even increase significantly during and after drug use, then co-occurring disorders are easier to understand. Generally, if a person is using substances and a co-occurring mental disorder is present, the individual has a dual diagnosis.
According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), some of the most common mental health disorders found in addicted individuals include mood and anxiety disorders, as well as severe mental illness. Common co-occurring disorders include:
What are the Benefits of Dual Diagnosis Treatment?
IHC’s Dual Diagnosis Treatment Program can include residential treatment, outpatient treatment, partial hospitalization program (PHP) extended care and more. Treating both simultaneously truly allows our qualified staff to get to the root of the problem so the healing process can begin. Our dual diagnosis treatment supports participants to:
Our Integrated and Evidence-Based Treatment Approach
IHC’s approach to dual diagnosis treatment is integrated, meaning our programs combine the use of multiple treatment services in order to offer real recovery solutions to person’s seeking to transform their overall health and well-being. Clients will work closely with our emphatic and highly skilled staff to develop a customized treatment plan to decide which of our treatment services will work best for them.
Iris Health Clinic’s Dual Diagnosis Treatment Services Include:
We understand that seeking treatment is not easy and the last thing a person needs is to fear is that they will be exposed by treatment staff for doing so. Fortunately, the strict rules of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) are designed to protect patient confidentiality. We respect these rules and we follow them. Plus, many of our leadership are in recovery and many of our family members, so we know first hand the need to seek treatment for ourselves and our loved ones privately.
Iris Health Clinic is Covered by Most Wisconsin Insurances, including Medicaid
Iris Health Clinic is covered by most insurances, including Medicare, United Health Care, UMR, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Anthem, Aetna, Quartz, Forest County Potawatomi, WEA Trust, Cigna, Humana, Exceedent, WPS, and Sanford.
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