Dual diagnosis/co-occurring disorder refers to a diagnosis of both a mental health disorder and a substance abuse disorder. This page includes information on treatment facilities in southeastern Pennsylvania and support groups. Additional helpful resources are:
- https://namimainlinepa.org/specific-diagnoses-and-conditions/#Dual-Diagnosis which has links to a good general introduction with information about treatment and helping yourself or a family member as well as links to additional helpful resources.
- https://findtreatment.gov/ which has a searchable listing of substance abuse treatment options. If you put in your location (e.g. Philadelphia) and click on search, it then offers you the option to filter by various parameters including co-occurring disorders. They also have a phone number you can call for help in finding treatment.
Co-Occurring Disorder/Dual Diagnosis Treatment Facilities
|Organization||Address and Phone||Website||Comments|
|Behavioral Health Special Initiative||801 Market St, 7th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107. Ph: 215-546-1200||www.bhsi-dbhids|
|BHSI provides assessments, referrals and funding support for persons who are uninsured or underinsured with substance abuse problems, including those with mental illness. BHSI works with the Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Services. A network of care directory can be found here: http://www.philadelphia.pa.net
|Eagleville Hopsital||100 Eagleville Rd, Eagleville, PA 19403. Ph: 1800-255-2019.||www.eagleville.org||Eagleville offers a variety of hospital and non-hospital programs for men and women in need of treatment for substance use disorders, co-occurring disorders, and other behavioral health problems. Eagleville offers non-hospital co-occurring disorder treatment as well as an Acute Co-occurring Disorder Unit.|
|Gaudenzia||106 West Main Street, Norristown, PA 19401. Ph: 610-239-9600.||www.gaudenzia.org||A multi service non-profit community addiction services provider, with multiple locations throughout Philadelphia and the state. Residential detox, long term rehabs for men, women, women with children, pregnant women, HIV symptomatic and dual diagnosis patients.|
|Mirmont Treatment Center||100 Yearsley Mill Rd, Lima, PA 19063. Ph: 1800-846-4656.||www.mainlinehealth.com|
|Mirmont offers full continuum of inpatient and outpatient programs and services for adults including detoxification, inpatient rehabilitation, intensive outpatient and outpatient programs as well as an inpatient dual diagnosis program.|
Co-Occurring Disorder/Dual Diagnosis Support Groups
|Organization||Phone and Website||Comments|
|Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance||Ph: 800-826-3632 www.dbsalliance.org||DBSA provides information and bipolar disorder, online tools, and support groups across the USA. Visit www.dbsalliance.org/site/PageServer?pagename=education_brochures_dual_diagnosis for dual diagnosis information.|
|Double Trouble in Recovery||www.bhevolution.org/public/|
|Double Trouble in Recovery is a 12 step fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so that they may solve their common problems and help others recover from their particular addiction(s) and mental disorder(s).|
|Dual Recovery Anonymous||Ph: 877-883-2332 www.draaonline.org||Dual Recovery Anonymous is an independent, nonprofessional, Twelve Step, self-help membership organization for people with a dual diagnosis. Click here for a list of Pennsylvania meetings: www.draonline.org/meetings_dra/usa/pennsylvania.html|
|Faces and Voices of Recovery||Ph: 202-737-0690 www.facesandvoicesofrec|
|Faces and Voices of Recovery is an organization that mobilizes persons in recovery, their family, friends and allies in to recovery community organizations and networks. For information on co-occurring disorders visit www.facesandvoicesofrecovery.org/guide/support/resources/co-occuring_health.html|
|Be A Part of the Conversation||Ph: 267-629-2214 https://conversation.zone/||Be a Part of the Conversation creates effective, culture-changing programs that are designed to significantly increase awareness of the effects of alcohol and other drug use.|
Last updated in December, 2019.