Inpatient Dual Diagnosis Treatment Program near Seattle

Substance abuse and mental illness often go hand in hand. Cascade Behavioral Health Hospital helps individuals struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health concerns gain the tools needed to build a strong foundation for long-term recovery. Located near Seattle, Cascade is a top provider of psychiatric and addiction treatment for adults and older adults.

About Dual Diagnosis

Learn more about substance abuse and co-occurring mental health concerns

Sometimes, a person with an untreated mental health concern might self-medicate with drugs or alcohol. Without the right support, it can seem like there’s no other way to relieve or escape painful symptoms.

But the reverse is also true.

Certain types of chronic substance abuse can cause the onset of a mental health disorder, or worsen symptoms of an existing problem.

If you or someone you care about needs treatment for mental health and addiction concerns at the same time, Cascade Behavioral Health Hospital, located in Tukwila, WA, right outside of Seattle, can help. Our inpatient treatment program is uniquely equipped to address these co-occurring disorders simultaneously.

Specialized Care

Specialized care for co-occurring disorders

If you’re struggling to get your mental health under control while also battling an addiction, you need a very specific type of support. Individuals with co-occurring disorders often experience more severe and chronic medical, social, and emotional problems than others who have a mental health condition or substance use disorder alone. They are vulnerable to both relapse and a worsening of their psychiatric disorder.

But by addressing both types of concerns through our residential co-occurring disorder program, you can set the stage for long-term recovery.


Statistics on substance abuse and co-occurring disorders

Similar to a dual diagnosis, co-occurring disorders are very common.

  • According to the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), 50% of the people who have a severe mental health condition also have a substance abuse problem.
  • 37% of people who abuse alcohol have a mental illness, as do 53% of those who abuse drugs.
  • According to a 2014 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 7.9 million people in the U.S. experience both a mental health condition and substance use disorder simultaneously. More than half of this population are men.
  • The same survey showed that of those adults with mental illness, 18% have a higher incidence of substance abuse.

Our Services

Services offered in our co-occurring disorder treatment program

The inpatient dual diagnosis program at Cascade Behavioral Health Hospital is designed to meet you wherever you are in your recovery journey. We provide a wide range of services and supports, including:

  • Detoxification (if needed)
  • Rehabilitative supports
  • Medication management services

Our treatment planning process is flexible and holistic, meaning that your treatment experience with us will be fully personalized based on your needs. During your time with us, you’ll have access to:

  • Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
  • Living in balance curriculum
  • Dual recovery-focused treatment
  • Wellness and nutrition supports
  • Relapse prevention planning
  • Motivational enhancement therapy
  • Recreational therapy
  • Thorough discharge planning and continuing care solutions

Learn More

Learn more about our dual diagnosis treatment program

For more information on Cascade Behavioral Health Hospital’s programs, please contact our admission and intake line at (206) 745-4473. We accept insurance and walk-ins are accepted 24/7. You don’t need a referral to speak with us, so contact us today to take those important first steps towards recovery.

Success Is Possible

Every single person on this hospital's staff helped our family so passionately.

– Daniel
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