At Quest Recovery Center, we offer dual-diagnosis and we treat MAT components in-house while also treating co-occurring mental health-related issues. This means that we treat patients with a combination of both medical and therapeutic treatments. Most importantly, we do not prescribe anything just to prescribe it; instead, we take everything into consideration in order to provide the absolute best level of care possible. We know there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all approach to treatment — and that's why our approach to dual diagnosis is designed specifically to meet you where you are and provide you with a solution that works for you.

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What To Expect

We have found significant success with this method through our experience and hundreds of patient outcomes. We partner therapists with clients once they are medically stable, then integrate them into our programming as a team, and in many cases, the most success is seen when the MAT component is employed first, followed by an initial period where counseling sessions are added to one's daily activities. For some patients, the need for medication management fades over time as they become more established in their recovery process.

Psychiatry and Psychology

This dual diagnosis approach has been effective because it addresses an individual's physiology and his or her psychological needs simultaneously. Toward this end, we work on both halves of the body and the mind to achieve a complete remission from a person's addiction. For those in addiction recovery or addiction treatment, having access to both psychiatrists and psychologists is crucial. That's why our approach to dual diagnosis for drug recovery is to provide you with the tools and techniques necessary to recognize and take control yourself. Simply put, we want you to know that no matter what you're going through, you don't have to go through it alone.


We’re Here to Help You Accomplish a Full Recovery

Our highly trained and talented clinicians provide integrated services on these grounds, creating an environment where patients can flourish over time, experiencing significant growth and strides as their lives improve. We have been successful in treating those suffering from both opiate drug addiction and co-occurring mental health issues because we employ comprehensive modalities that restore balance to one's life as a whole. Ultimately, our main goal is always to help our clients accomplish full recovery, never wavering from this end until each client has achieved success. 


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In some cases, we've found it necessary for patients to complete partial programs before transitioning into more traditional treatment models so that they continue progress without interruption or delay resulting from the lack of an appropriate program. As a treatment center, it is very important that we offer multiple modalities to each patient in order for us to provide the best possible services. We believe that this approach must be taken with MAT/Counseling combination therapy because both components need to be present in order for patients to receive the most benefit possible.

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By providing integrated care at our facility, we are able to treat each person's mental health issues and co-occurring substance abuse disorders simultaneously so that he or she can achieve improvement over time. Ultimately, at Quest Recovery Center, we want you to know that your personal journey to recovery begins here. Our mission is singularly focused on being the premier location for evidence-based care. At the end of the day, this approach helps to change the narrative on stigma associated with substance use disorders. Rest assured that you're working with substance abuse treatment specialists who are highly educated and completely dedicated to your journey to health when you choose Quest Recovery as a partner. Whether you’re in need of a psychologist who can provide you with the tools and techniques to recognize and control issues yourself or a psychiatrist who can help with severe cases, we want you to know that we can help. Do you have a question for us? Are you interested in learning more about dual diagnosis? We would love to hear from you, so contact us today to get started.