When families first consider the possibility of their child having a Dual Diagnosis, they can experience all kinds of feelings—doubt, confusion, skepticism, helplessness, and fear to name some.
It can feel very overwhelming, but it is normal to feel that way. Finding support is important, and the Utah Parent Center and Allies with Families can help. We will be talking more about some of the supports later in the workshop.
Actually receiving a diagnosis can be a long/involved process.