Our Dual Diagnosis Unit


The Willough’s Dual Diagnosis Program offers treatment to men and women, ages 18 and older, who are suffering from drug and/or alcohol abuse with a co-occurring psychiatric illness in both an inpatient and partial hospitalization setting.

The program is designed for individuals who have a substance/alcohol abuse problem and are exhibiting one or more of the following symptoms:


  • Mood Disorders
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Phobias
  • Panic Attacks
  • Obsessive/Compulsive Behavior
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Depression Due to Chronic Pain

With this in mind, The Willough at Naples offers a comprehensive treatment program in a tranquil, nurturing, retreat-like environment. Each patient’s treatment is individually designed to meet their specific needs to promote long term recovery.




Assessment Process

Our Dual Diagnosis Program provides the highest quality assessment, diagnosis, stabilization and treatment for adults over the age of 18 with psychiatric illnesses and co-occurring chemical dependency problems which require inpatient or partial hospitalization. Treatment is provided for our patients with kindness, empathy, dignity and respect at all levels in the continuum of care in order to maximize the individual’s ability to achieve successful lifelong mental and emotional health.

Our multi-disciplinary team made up of a psychiatrist, social workers, mental health therapists, nurses and other unit staff, assess, evaluate and treat each individual patient’s physical, social, mental and emotional health.

Treatment modalities consist of:

  • Psychiatric Assessment
  • Medication Evaluation and Management
  • Group Psycho-Therapy
  • Family Education
  • Psychology Testing and Treatment
  • Nutritional Consultations
  • Recreational Therapy
  • Illness Education
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Links to Community Based Services



Discharge Process

Planning for discharge, be it a return to a home environment, halfway house, long term treatment or an alternate living arrangement, begins on the day of admission. Social workers and the treatment team help to make the transition to community living a safe and seamless experience.