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MENTAL HEALTH

If you have a mental health condition or know someone who is suffering, it may seem like there is no light at the end of the tunnel which may require a mental health treatment program. Unfortunately, this is the dark side of mental illness because if it is left untreated for a long period, it will feel like the tunnel gets deeper and deeper. But the reality is, just like any other medical condition, it can be treated and stabilized, and the dark cloud hanging above will dissipate so life can return or start! There is hope, and there is treatment for mental health conditions. There may be shame or embarrassment that you or your loved one has associated with the mental health condition, but guess what, you’re not alone! Did you know that 1 in 5 adults in the United States suffer from a mental health condition. That’s right, many people struggle, but treatment options have evolved over the years and are becoming more advanced and effective. Let’s review the various mental health conditions and the treatment options available to get the help you or your loved one deserves. Remember, it is a process, and with the right steps and guidance, recovery is closer than you think.

  • Depression

    A common question is “Can You Go to Rehab for Depression?” Learn about the available treatment options and how you can recover and reclaim your life.

  • Anxiety

    Severe anxiety can become debilitating if not treated. Learn about the various treatment options and modalities available.

  • PTSD

    Post Traumatic Stress Disorder commonly referred to as PTSD can be treated in an inpatient and outpatient setting. Learn about the treatment options available in inpatient and outpatient settings.

  • Bipolar Disorder

    Bipolar Disorder often comes severe highs and lows which can become crippling to someone trying to function in a normal day to day life. Recovery is possible with a variety of treatment options.

  • Dual Diagnosis

    Dual Diagnosis is a co-occurring addiction and mental health condition, such as alcoholism and depression or anxiety and prescription drug addiction. It is very common among addiction and can be treated at at Dual Diagnosis treatment program.

  • Eating Disorders

    Eating Disorders includes anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder (BED), compulsive eating disorder, exercise addiction, are among the most commonly treated. Learn about Eating Disorders Treatment options.

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MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT PROGRAMS

Inpatient and Residential rehab for mental health conditions provide an opportunity for a patient to stabilize by receiving around the clock care, psychiatrist, therapist, medication management, and intensive therapy.

Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) provide an individual with more flexibility in treatment scheduling if they are working or attending school. IOP for mental health conditions include individual therapy and group therapy 3-5 times per week. An individual may reside at home or in transitional housing during IOP.

Transitional Living  is extremely beneficial for those recovering and stabilizing from mental health conditions. It allows an individual to adapt to daily normal life situation while living in a structured and supportive home environment.

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HOW OUR HELPLINE WORKS

For individuals looking for treatment options for mental health and addiction conditions, TheTreatmentSpecialist.com offers a confidential helpline that provides assistance. Treatment Specialists are standing by to answer your questions and provide treatment recommendations based on your unique needs.

Calls to The Treatment Specialist website will be answered by a paid sponsor.

If you are looking for a specific treatment provider, you can search our treatment directory and see if they are listed. You can also contact our helpline at 866-644-7911 for any questions, or visit SAMHSA.

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