The Dual Diagnosis Program at The Queen’s Medical Center offers outpatient treatment three days per week for co-existing psychiatric and substance abuse problems. The program provides individual and group counseling to engage patients in treatment, as well as skill-building groups, focused on mental health management, relapse prevention, cognitive restructuring, occupational therapy and work readiness.
The Dual Diagnosis Program at The Queen’s Medical Center offers intensive outpatient treatment three days per week, three hours a day, for co-occurring psychiatric and substance abuse problems. Participants engage in individual and group sessions which focus on relapse prevention, mental health, and skill building. Session are directed toward to the goals of maintaining sobriety, managing psychiatric symptoms, utilizing coping and recovery skills, and improving social functioning and relationships.
The program requires attendance at 12 step meetings as part of developing social and community support. Participants also submit to random urine drug screens to verify abstinence. Lunch can be purchased for a minimal fee through the duration of the program.
“I think treatment is very useful and effective to those that are willing to change, and wanting to change their lifestyle from negative to positive. I’ve gotten a lot out of treatment here; it’s made me realize how much better life is without drugs and alcohol. It made me become a better man emotionally and physically; made me a better father to my child; and helped me to learn how to enjoy life.”
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The Queen’s Health System 1301 Punchbowl Street Honolulu, Hawaii 96813