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Mental Health Treatment

Our facilities are aware of the importance of family members  and support to the rehabilitation process.

Mental Health 2Every year there is an estimated 42.5 million U.S. adults, eighteen percent of the population, suffer from some type of mental disorder. Unfortunately, within the last thirty years there has been an increasing number of of psychiatric hospitals and facilities closing down. Leaving people who suffer from psychological health disorders to fend for themselves out on the streets, or end up in prison. It is also estimated that fifty percent of the U.S. prison population struggle from mental health disorders as well. The problem has continued to increase over the years, and these ill individuals continue to get passed on to the next. Soon the problem will be so large that the government will be forced to address it.

Obamacare attempted to create and implement measure that would make psychological healthcare more affordable and available to the masses. The measure only address outpatient care there, and have provided no relief to those whose disorders are so severe they require inpatient care. So many with conditions such as Depression, Bipolar disorder, and Schizophrenia go untreated, and suffer as their conditions get progressively worse.

Mental Health Disorders We Offer Care for

Anxiety Disorders

Many individuals with anxiety issues experience elevated levels dread, fear, panic, elevated heart rate, and sweating, in response to many objects and circumstances that may not warrant the extent of these feelings. Anxiety disorders are determined by the individual’s response to such circumstances, and the person’s ability to manage the reactions when they occur. When the anxiety is severe, the symptoms are physically controlling, and the afflicted individual is paralyzed but the instance. Some forms of anxiety include certain phobias, community anxiety disorder, and panic disorder.

Mood Disorders

Mood disorders are also known as emotional disorders, which includes Bipolar Disorder. Individuals afflicted with mood disorders are known suffer from a steady stream of the same emotion or to bounce between emotions, such as feelings of sorrow or feelings of extreme happiness. The most common mood disorders are Depression, Bipolar Disorder, and Cyclothymic Disorder. Cyclothymic Disorder is similar to Bipolar Disorder, but it exhibits fewer symptoms.

Psychotic Disorders

Psychotic disorders encompass a variety of symptoms and issues including askewed thought patterns and discernment. The two most frequent symptoms of psychotic disorders are illusions and hallucinations. Hallucinations are described as the experience of sounds and images in the only exist in the reality of the individual. The other symptom, delusions, is described as the afflicted individual having and fixed and false ideas they believe are true, even though there is evidence proving the opposite. One of the most common psychotic disorders is Schizophrenia, and afflicted individuals have been known to exited both of the aforementioned symptoms.

Addiction Disorder, Including Impulse Control

Individuals suffering from impulse control disorders are not able to exert power over their impulses, causing them to do things that could potentially fatal to their health. An example is alcoholism, the afflicted individuals usually have no control over their yearnings to continually drink alcohol. The impulse control is the mental aspect and it must be addressed before a physical dependence is formed.

Personality Disorders

Personality disorders bring about unhappiness in individuals through uncompromising personality characteristics. These disorders causes the individual to struggle with careers, social relationships, everyday activities, and school. An example of a prevalent personality disorder is Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder sufferers perpetually fear that something is going to happen to them. Those with OCD also tend to suffer from the need to repeatedly perform compulsive rituals. One complete example of a person suffering from OCD is a person who has to ritualistically was their hands five time in a row with five separate bars of soap, due to the fear that the germs will invade their body and kill them.

Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a disorder that is dormant at first, but later in life appears to wreak havoc. Many people who have suffered from PTSD have had it attrited to subjection to military combat, sexual abuse, natural disasters, childhood abuse, and major traumatic instances.

Treatment for Mental Health Disorders

No matter what the mental disorder is, it’s affecting the individual, even sometimes unknowingly. Typically friends and family of the individual are also suffering, having to watch the individual they love, deteriorate in front of their eyes. For the benefit of everyone treatment should be sought after early to help prevent further damage, and to alleviate some of the already experience effects.

As part of treatment, patients will participate in group therapy and personal therapy. These therapy sessions are focused around Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), which help the individuals understand their actions, and help them to better control their actions. Along with CBT, other therapeutic and experimental modalities are used in order to deliver the best results, and to help deliver the possibility of long term success.

Our facilities are aware of the importance of family members and support to the rehabilitation process. Thus, we encourage communication and support from family members, as well as, we offer family bridging services to help families better communicate, understand each other, and live with each other.


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