Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment Center in South Dakota

Keystone Treatment Center is committed to delivering the highest quality of care to help individuals struggling with addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders find long-term recovery.

Why Choose Us?

Why Choose Keystone Treatment Center in South Dakota for Co-Occurring Mental Health Issues?

In choosing to come to Keystone Treatment Center to overcome an addiction, you can be sure that your recovery experience is well-rounded and comprehensive. We implement only the most effective and progressive methods of care to help you both reach and exceed your recovery goals while at our center. Our staff goes above and beyond to make sure that each one of your treatment needs are met, and the customized plan of care that we create for you can be revised to reflect any new or evolving needs that become apparent while you work on developing a healthy and sober lifestyle.

Furthermore, we aim to address non-substance abuse-related concerns that can impact or compromise your ability to refrain from further drug and/or alcohol abuse. Because we recognize and understand that various emotional and psychological factors can contribute to the development of an addiction, we are pleased to offer you supplemental treatment that cares for any co-occurring mental illnesses at the same time.

The Importance of Getting Help

Recovery from Addiction & Co-Occurring Mental Health Issues at Keystone

Mental health disorder symptoms are capable of not only leading an individual to abuse substances but are also able thwart efforts to defeat an addiction once and for all. Especially when they remain untreated, mental illness symptoms may cause a person to have poor decision-making skills, lack impulse control, or experience profound sadness and distress that can be exceptionally overwhelming. Without proper care, support, and alleviation of these symptoms, escaping via substance abuse seems like a good choice and viable option in the short-term.

In the long-term, however, ongoing abuse of alcohol, heroin, meth, prescription drugs, or other substances can develop into an addiction, worsen any pre-existing mental disorder symptoms, or trigger the onset of a mental illness. Given this fact, and because we want those we treat to experience the most favorable treatment outcomes possible, we are proud to offer exemplary treatment for the following co-occurring mental health conditions:

  • Adjustment disorder
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Depression
  • Gambling disorder
  • Schizoaffective disorder

You are welcome to discuss your progress in learning to manage the above types of illnesses while participating in individual therapy sessions, and you have the opportunity to talk about your own experiences with mental illness when engaged in group therapy sessions. In fact, Keystone Treatment Center is happy to supply co-occurring disorder-oriented groups that bring patients together to support one another as they work on recovering from addiction and learning to manage the symptoms of mental health disorders at the same time. Lastly, every person who chooses to improve his or her life at Keystone is offered medication management services if coping skills alone aren’t effective enough in relieving the psychological strife brought on by co-occurring mental health concerns.

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Find Out More About How Keystone Treatment Center Can Help You

If you are struggling with an addiction or chemical dependency problem and a mental health disorder at the same time, your search for world-class treatment is complete. At Keystone Treatment Center, we look forward to providing you with a full spectrum of services that can allow you to live the healthy life that you both desire and deserve. Call our admissions team today to begin your transformative journey with us.

Their treatment staff know exactly how to handle your low points and they give you the confidence to keep going. I am grateful I sought treatment at Keystone, I think it's one of the best choices I ever made.

– Anonymous Patient

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