Dual Diagnosis Acute Residential Treatment Service (DDART), also known as Enhanced Acute Treatment Service (EATS), provides substance detoxification services and medically monitored evaluation care and treatment for patients with co-occurring psychiatric and substance abuse diagnoses.

The DDART treatment program includes the therapeutic milieu, pharmacological services, group and individual counseling that is trauma-informed, relapse prevention and behavior management counseling, coping skills groups (distress tolerance, mood coping, frustration tolerance) and evening NA/AA meetings.

Dual Diagnosis Acute Residential Treatment – DDART – is available at Arbour-Fuller Hospital.

Please contact our Intake Department for assistance and admissions options.