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Occasional anxiety is normal, but when it is intense and persistent, that’s different. Anxiety disorders can interfere with daily activities, careers, and even a person’s ability to leave their house. An anxiety treatment program can be life-changing. Services to manage anxiety are often part of a dual diagnosis treatment program that allows someone to get help for both a mental health condition and a substance use disorder. At United Recovery California, we believe no one should have to live with anxiety. We offer a unique approach to treatment that is comprehensive, accepting, and compassionate. You can call us at 855.923.3506 and find out more about our therapy programs or contact us today online.

What Is an Anxiety Disorder?

anxiety treatment programSomeone with an anxiety disorder would have problems controlling their fear and may panic in certain situations. Anxiety disorder is an umbrella term that covers several mental health conditions such as:

  • Generalized anxiety disorder
  • Social anxiety disorder or phobia
  • Other specific phobias like going outside
  • Separation anxiety disorder

These conditions focus on key anxieties. Generalized anxiety disorder is less specific, but it still involves excessive and persistent worry that affects your quality of life.

Who Needs Treatment for Anxiety?

If you feel that your anxiety impacts how you live your life, you could benefit from treatment. That is especially true if you have a substance use disorder. There is a clear link between mental health conditions like anxiety and the abuse of drugs and alcohol. Often people with anxiety try to find ways to manage it on their own. They may take drugs or drink alcohol because it calms them down. As a result, they may have two problems and require dual diagnosis treatment.

What Is Dual Diagnosis Treatment?

When individuals have two conditions that impact each other (typically, a substance use disorder and a mental health concern), they experience a co-occurring disorder. You must get treatment for them both to be healthy, and the best route to take is through dual diagnosis treatment. Someone who drinks to control their anxiety may become dependent on alcohol. If they get treatment for the alcohol abuse but not the anxiety, they increase their risk of relapse. As soon as the anxiety sets in, they may fall back into drinking to feel better. Treating both conditions at once is the best option for lasting recovery.

How Can United Recovery California Help?

At United Recovery California, we offer luxury treatment programs for those in need of anxiety disorder treatment. Our anxiety treatment program in Southern California provides custom-tailor services based on the needs of each of our residents. We offer more than just treatment, though. We offer luxurious living with all the amenities you need to be comfortable while you heal. Our facilities are actually mansions and villas, complete with large living spaces, beautiful gardens, game rooms, verandas, and pools. The services we offer include:

  • Residential treatment
  • Partial hospitalization
  • Sober living
  • Intensive outpatient care
  • Aftercare
  • Relapse prevention

You’ll find we provide clinically proven therapies such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, along with alternative programs like art and music therapy. These therapies all focus on helping you discover coping mechanisms that can healthily control your symptoms. Our relapse prevention program also helps you find ways to avoid triggers for both your anxiety and drug or alcohol use. At United Recovery California, we are accepting to everyone and fully support the LGBTQ community. It’s that combination of diversity, luxury accommodations, and unique personalized treatment that makes United Recovery California stand out. We are a premier anxiety treatment program in Southern California. If you have an anxiety disorder, treatment is available. Call us today at 855.923.3506 and find out more about United Recovery California’s luxury program or contact us online.