Substance Abuse/Dual Diagnosis Residential Treatment Program The Dual Diagnosis Residential Treatment Unit provides extended inpatient treatment for substance abuse and dependence issues along with emotional and behavioral problems to adolescent males, who have not been successful in lesser restrictive environments. The Dual Diagnosis Residential Treatment Unit offers a comprehensive treatment and rehabilitation program within a structured therapeutic environment. The average length of stay for successful completion of the program is 9 to 12 months. Admission Criteria Adolescent males between the ages of 13 and 17 (the youth may remain in treatment until the age of 21) Must have a current psychological evaluation (within the past year) Must have a primary psychiatric diagnosis Must have a significant history of alcohol and / or drug abuse Intellectual functioning above an IQ of 70 (65-70 IQ will be considered) Adjudication is preferred but not required Must not have benefited fully from a less restrictive treatment program Interview Upon receipt of the referral a date and time will be arranged to meet with the client for a face-to-face interview. An MCM1 must be completed and sent to WVMI for approval.