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Healing Dependency & Intervention Rehab

Troy, New York - USA (Rensselaer County)

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Chemical Dependency can be treated at Healing Dependency and Intervention Rehab in Troy, New York
The term "chemical dependency" can be used in the same way that terms such as "substance abuse," "alcohol dependency," "drug dependency," and others can be. Sometimes, however, "chemical dependency" is used to denote a condition that could have been the result of an underlying mental illness. Healing Dependency & Intervention Rehab, 15 1st Street Ste. C, Troy, New York, can address this situation.

When a person in Troy, New York, has a mental illness, he may become chemically dependent on the drug that was being used to treat this specific condition. This could have occurred because the person, for any reason, may have increased the dosage without being told to do so by a Renssalaer County health care professional who initially prescribed the medication.

Another way that chemical dependency could occur is if a Troy, New York, resident takes another prescription medication or even a "street" or "recreational" drug along with the prescribed drug. The other drug may have caused the prescribed drug to have a stronger or weaker effect on the patient.

If the effect was stronger, the propensity for chemical dependency could have been increased. If it was weaker, the person may have taken more of the prescribed drug in an effort to achieve the results for which the medication was intended.

Healing Dependency and Rehab also knows that many people in Troy, NY, with a chemical dependency, whether it is caused by dual diagnosis circumstances or not, are often very reluctant or will even vehemently deny that they have a problem. For these people, an intervention?a gathering of concerned loved ones and friends for the purpose of lovingly confronting the abuser?is often held.

Interventions can be more successful if a trained interventionalist is present at the time it takes place. Healing Dependency and Rehab can provide staff members who can attend the intervention and offer assistance.

This can have several benefits. One of them is that the interventionalist knows how to conduct the meeting so that maximum success can be achieved. Another one is the fact that if the person in Renssalaer County admits that help is needed, the interventionalist may be able to get him admitted to Healing Dependency and Rehab immediately.

No matter how a person comes to Healing Dependency and Rehab, he will receive competent therapy for chemical dependency. This will include individual and group therapy for the chemical dependency. Additionally, if a dual diagnosis circumstance exists, the person can continue to receive therapy for the underlying mental illness.

For more information on dual diagnosis, chemical dependency, and mental illness, please visit or write to Healing Dependency & Intervention Rehab, 15 1st Street Ste. C, Troy, New York 12180. Troy and Renssalaer County residents can also call 518-203-2588 or 1-888-565-6401.

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