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Mental Health Treatment

Approximately one in five American adults (43.8 million)- suffer from mental health disorders. Sadly, most of them will never get the help they need because of stigma – they are ashamed to ask for it or they think they can work out their problems on their own. The truth is there is nothing to be ashamed of and with the right mental health treatment, it is possible for these people to live, healthy, productive and fulfilling lives.


People with anxiety experience crippling fear and worry. Manage and overcome generalized anxiety, panic, and phobias in a calm and conducive environment.

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Depression is marked by extreme sadness, hopelessness, and loss of interest. Recover with fresh air, fitness, and enlightening therapy.

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Bipolar mood swings alternate from depressive lows to manic highs. Manage manic depression and find lasting stability in treatment.

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People with personality disorders exhibit maladaptive behavior. Change negative thought patterns, make better decisions, and develop healthier relationships after treatment.

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PTSD is a debilitating mental health problem triggered by a traumatic experience. Understand and move forward in a safe place.

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Drug and alcohol addiction are unhealthy ways to cope with stress. Discover healthy and meaningful alternatives to handle stress.

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Beginning the recovery process can be emotional and overwhelming. The most difficult part is taking the first step and deciding to make a positive change. Whether you are seeking treatment for yourself or a loved one, we're here to help every step of the way. Your existing insurance benefits could cover the cost of treatment. To begin the recovery process, contact us for more information and support.