Mental illness is the leading cause of disability in the United States and around the world. They can also lead to more serious and potentially life-threatening problems if left untreated. Self-treating symptoms can lead to substance abuse and addiction; overdose and suicide are tragic and common outcomes — but there is hope. In any mental health crisis or situation, regardless of the diagnosis, there is hope for healing.
At FHE Health, we are able to treat the vast majority of primary mental health disorders, whether they occur alone or in connection with secondary conditions such as substance abuse. In the rare event that we are unable to provide effective treatment, we can refer you to a quality healthcare provider who can provide effective treatment.
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If you feel scared, lonely or hopeless because of a mental health problem,contact us by phoneAny time of day or night. We're here to help you feel better and regain your sanity. For more information on our fully dedicated programs for people with primary mental illnesses, please read on.
The reality of mental illness in America
It is estimated that one in four Americans over the age of 18 suffers from a recognized mental illness each year. Anxiety and depression are the most common mental disorders, but others such as bipolar disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) have also increased.Mental Health StatisticsThese trends in children largely mirror those in adults. In short, mental illness is a very large "elephant in the room" and should be taken as seriously as any other medical diagnosis.
mental health stigma
Although a growing body of mental health research points to genetic and other biological factors as the cause of mental illness in many people, mental health still plays a key roleA strong sense of stigma in modern society. Unlike physical illnesses, mental disorders are often negatively stereotyped, leading to judgment and discrimination in the workplace, in relationships, and even in the family.
Before the passage of the Affordable Care Act, most insurance plans were not required to cover mental health, leading to huge gaps in the availability of care. Even today, many employers do not consider mental illness leave to be as important as medical illness treatment. Finding the right help can also be a challenge; as treatment can be prohibitively expensive, care may not be affordable for those without insurance or with limited resources. The net result of these and other factors is that many people who need treatment will not need it.
What is Mental Health Rehabilitation?
Sometimes talking to a therapist may not be enough to address mental health issues. In these cases, more comprehensive support in the form of spiritual rehabilitation can provide the stability and guidance necessary to facilitate meaningful progress and recovery.
mental rehabilitation, similar toDrug and Alcohol Addiction Recovery CampsDesigned to help patients manage symptoms, develop healthy coping tools and learn to live normally after diagnosis. Mental health disorders vary from patient to patient, so an individualized treatment plan is critical.
Mental Health Treatment at FHE Health
Our mental health program at FHE Health is designed to meet people with underlying mental health issues including depression, anxiety,bipolar disorder, schizoaffective disorder, and other conditions.
We take a holistic approach to spiritual, emotional and mental health. Our team of psychiatrists are available 24/7 to provide counseling, psychopharmacology education and medication management. our patientsCaring for the five mental healthWeekly small groups, daily therapist and doctor visits, and neurotherapy sessions that encourage positive outcomes and personal growth.
Our individualized mental health services include dialectical behavioral therapy techniques, mental health education, and supportive group therapy and practice coping skills. By combining clinical resources such as behavioral therapy with holistic options such as massage and acupuncture, we create a treatment plan that meets each patient's therapeutic needs.
neurorehabilitation mental health
Neurorehabilitation is the most modern therapy that helps to heal the brain and increase the effectiveness of treatments and medications. The benefits of our neurotherapy are reduced symptoms such as anxiety, depression, insomnia and sleep disturbances, as well as increased resistance to stress. (Stress is a leading cause of brain dysfunction and mental health problems.) Using advanced neuroimaging techniques, we canIdentify problem areas in brain activity to provide targeted treatment for specific symptoms. use the same technology as oursIt can also monitor and evaluate treatment progress and adjust interventions as needed.
The Link Between Mental Health and Addiction
While 18 percent of Americans suffer from some form of mental illness, approximately 8.4 percent suffer from a substance use disorder. tragic,about eight million americansThey live with both conditions, battling the symptoms of mental illness and the effects of addiction. Unfortunately, addiction also often exacerbates the symptoms of mental illness. In the worst cases, drug or alcohol use can even exacerbate or trigger conditions, such as hallucinogenic drugs that lead to schizophrenia or psychotic breakdowns.
According to statistics, people with mental disordersmore likely to use drugs or alcoholSo more addictive. In many cases, this creates a vicious cycle: Without self-medication, it can be difficult to relieve feelings of mental illness, which in turn makes it harder to quit. Therefore, it is important for people with a dual diagnosis of mental illness and addiction to seek professional help with substance abuse and mental health.
For people with comorbidities, ignoring one aspect of recovery can result in treatment that fails to address the reality of the situation, leading to ineffective treatment and increased risk of relapse. Instead, psychologists and psychiatrists should be prepared to address the root causes of diseases and addictions wherever possible, rather than focusing on surface symptoms.
How FHE Health Can Help
Given the prevalence of mental illness and addiction in the United States, there is a need to be able to help patients at all stages of life. FHE Health offers a path forward for those living with mental illness, substance use disorder, or both. Through our fully dedicated and individual treatment programs for patients initially diagnosed with mental health issues, we can provide participants with a safe and stable place to come to terms with their situation, learn how to manage and manage their symptoms, and achieve greater achievement. better quality of life.
We are proud to be a leader in mental health care, offering a state-of-the-art approach that combines medical, psychiatric and clinical treatment. Our experts firmly believe that every mental health diagnosis should be measurable, allowing us to develop, evaluate and improve treatment goals to benefit every member of our community.
We recognize that mental illness can take many forms and that effective treatment options must address a wide range of needs. We help treat all types of mental disorders, including:
- bipolar disorder
- eating disorder
- obsessive compulsive disorder
- personality disorder
- drug abuse
If you or someone you love is living with a mental health issue and feeling like there is no way out, here is where you can find help.FHE HealthCommitted to providing personalized resources for people living with mental illness, using proven technology and cutting-edge innovation to pave the way for a better future.
For more information, please contact us:(833)596-3502or via onlineour contact form. We are here 24/7 to help you live your best life.
Mental Illnesses We Treat
A disorder in which an individual is characterized by inattention, impulsivity, hyperactivity, and inattention.
Anxiety can be described as a constant sense of alarm when a person feels stressed or threatened.
A disorder that causes changes in mood, energy levels, and prevents you from performing everyday tasks.
If left untreated, depression can lead to serious long-term effects, such as feelings of loneliness and suicidal thoughts.
A condition in which a person exhibits abnormal eating habits that negatively affect physical and mental health.
obsessive compulsive disorder
A mental health disorder that typically causes repetitive, obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors.
Personality disorders can seriously disrupt the lives of those affected and those who care for them.
A disorder that may appear after experiencing or witnessing a traumatic, shocking, frightening, or life-threatening event.
Most people with substance use disorders probably want to quit smoking, but the urge is too strong to control.