Dual Diagnosis

Dual diagnosis is a relatively new term used to describe an individual with a drug dependency and an underlying mental health disorder. Dual diagnosis treatment is an integrated, coordinated approach to substance abuse and mental health interventions for individuals with co-occurring disorders. At Bergen New Bridge Medical Center, our multidisciplinary team of clinicians works together under one roof to provide you patient-centered, seamless services ranging from holistic therapy to social skills training with a consistent approach.

Through dual diagnosis treatment in Bergen New Bridge, your loved receives treatment for mental health disorders, physical ailments, and addictions. One of our specialists will assess physical, nutritional, emotional, and mental needs during the initial intake. Then, we will design an individualized treatment plan for their needs.

Our dual diagnosis treatment may use different therapies such as cognitive-behavioral therapy or trauma therapy to enhance the treatment. Group meetings also help provide feedback, advice, and support during recovery. Meanwhile, family therapy allows your loved one to get the support they need to stay sober after their treatment is complete.

The Access Center


  • Operators are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
  • Access Center assessments are free and confidential.
  • For life threatening emergency mental health issues, call 911.

FAQs Accessing Medical Detox, and Substance Abuse Rehab Services

FAQs Child Psychiatry Services

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