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Welcome to the web site for the Lighthouse Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment Program. Our programs are for individuals struggling with substance use and mental health issues.
This combination of substance abuse and emotional challenges has traditionally been treated independently, but research shows that the best results are achieved by an integrated approach – treating those two co-occuring areas in combination.
A division of Northland Counseling Services, Lighthouse programs operate out of the Northland Counseling Maple Grove office.
Many of our clients are referred to us by social services organizations, probation officers, the court system or other treatment programs. But we also accept individuals who refer themselves into our program.
Lighthouse holds a Minnesota Rule 31 license. If you’re an agency that would like to refer someone to our Co-Occurring Disorders treatment program, please see our referral page. If you’re an individual in need of help for co-occurring substance abuse and mental health issues, please contact us directly by calling 763-898-3838 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dual diagnosis services are treatments for people who suffer from co-occurring disorders — mental illness and substance abuse. Research has strongly indicated that to recover fully, a person with co-occurring disorders needs treatment for both problems — focusing on one does not ensure the other will go away. Dual diagnosis services integrate assistance for each condition, helping people recover from both in one setting, at the same time.