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Suffering from depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder or any other mental health condition can become debilitating and hold a person back from living a healthy and enjoyable lifestyle. When mental health symptoms persist weeks or months at a time and have affected your relationships, work, school, and your overall daily functioning, receiving mental health treatment at a residential treatment program can help you turn your life around and address the underlying causes so you can begin resolving and managing the symptoms.
Mental Health Treatment Elements
The treatment elements at an inpatient or residential treatment program will include a clinical and medical treatment team consisting of a licensed clinician and psychiatrist that will provide in-depth and comprehensive psychological and psychiatric assessments. Mental health treatment programs will incorporate individual therapy, group therapy, support groups, experiential therapies, family therapy, and extracurricular activities. Residential treatment for depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, OCD, borderline personality disorder, and all other conditions is imperative to help you or your loved one get their life back on track and start the healing process. The longer the brain is affected by the mental health condition, the more work that needs to be done to reverse the damage.
Getting Help in a Mental Health Treatment Facility
Entering treatment is highly commendable and will provide an opportunity to uncover the underlying mental health symptoms and conditions. Through extensive therapy and healthy activities, the brain will begin to rewire and build new pathways that will give a person new tools to deal with stress and triggers. Medication may be prescribed to help stabilize a mental health condition and create a chemical balance in the brain. It is imperative to seek help as soon as you or your loved one recognizes that the mental health symptoms are not allowing a person to be able to function in day to day life.
The Addiction Helplines Team is standing by to provide you or your family member the confidence and comfort needed to take the next step of getting help. Making the first call is highly commendable and you should be proud of yourself for acknowledging that it is time to make the change and receive the gift of treatment for a good life. Call a Treatment Specialist at (877) 228-3270 for a free confidential assessment and insurance verification.