Behavioral health is an umbrella term that includes a wide variety of mental health conditions. Of the 10.6 million people who sought mental and behavioral health treatment in 2014, less than 7% required hospitalization. More than half of those who needed inpatient-care had schizophrenia, one of the most severe forms of mental illness. If you or someone you know may have a mental illness, the chances are that you WILL NOT need hospitalization. Some of the most common disorders are treatable without hospitalization.
Obsessive, compulsive disorder
Dual Diagnosis (multiple mental and substance)
Schizo affective disorders (hospitalization)
An untreated behavioral health disorder can cause devastation in a person’s life. Many people suffer from a behavioral health problem but are unsure of how to get help or are afraid to admit to their problem. An estimated 57.7 million American adults suffer from a mental health problem in any given year, but only one-third actually seek treatment. A person should seek help for a behavioral health problem to protect their emotional and cognitive wellbeing. Even if a person’s problem is minimal, they should seek help before it worsens or becomes damaging without proper care.
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Our treatment programs for adults provide exceptional care that treats the whole individual and not just the condition. Our clinical staff assesses each patient and creates a customized treatment plan tailored to the needs of the patient. The plan includes a combination of treatment methods to enhance the overall healing process.
In addition to individual and group therapy sessions such as dialectical or cognitive behavioral therapy, we provide alternative therapeutic activities such as exercise, yoga, equine therapy and art therapy.
Our brain wellness program further enriches our program. Neurofeedback therapy, which maps brainwaves to determine any imbalances that contribute to a person’s disorder, provides another way to bring someone back to optimal mental and emotional health, supporting one’s progress.
We also have an extensive aftercare which provides support for those returning to their everyday life and helps them prevent relapse. For those with more than one behavioral health disorder or a substance abuse problem combined with a behavioral health problem, we also offer an extensive dual-diagnosis treatment program.
If you or a loved one exhibits symptoms, a formal assessment at our facilities can determine the appropriate treatment to help overcome the issues. Living with a behavioral health disorder is debilitating, but it can be treated and a return to a full life of hope and recovery.
Because there are many different behavioral health disorders, there is no single set of symptoms. However, the Mayo Clinic provides a list of some common behavioral changes that could signal a possible disorder. They include:
After a diagnosis from a doctor for depression, anxiety, panic disorder, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder - (PTSD), obsessive compulsive disorder, phobias, or dual diagnosis people often have questions. Minor problems can most likely be solved through outpatient professional treatments. However, when the problems affect someone’s daily life, then a person should turn to behavioral health inpatient treatment facilities.
Here are examples of the residences and medical offices for our best behavioral health inpatient treatment: