When you or a loved one is experiencing changes in mental or behavioral health, it's important to find helping, compassionate care in a setting that works for you. We have a team of licensed professionals that are ready to design a care plan specifically catered to you.
Conditions We Treat
ADD and ADHD
ADHD, or attention deficit hyperactive disorder, is a mental and behavioral condition that affects one’s ability to pay attention or to control impulsive and hyperactive behaviors.
Alcoholism is the chronic overconsumption and abuse of alcohol, coupled with an inability to control drinking due to physical and emotional dependence.
Anxiety disorders are characterized by chronic, intense, and excessive worry that is hard to control and interferes with your daily life.
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurological and developmental disorder that affects a person’s ability to interact with others, communication skills, learning ability, and behavior. ASD typically begins in early childhood and lasts throughout the person’s lifetime. Early identification combined with behavioral, family, and educational therapies can help reduce symptoms and support development.
Bipolar disorder is a mental illness that causes extreme mood swings including mania and depression. Symptoms of mania include rapid speech, increased activity, and psychotic behaviors followed by a period of depression, loss of enjoyment, forgetfulness, tiredness, and feelings of hopelessness. Mood stabilizers, antipsychotic medications, and antidepressants are typically used to treat bipolar disorder.
Depression is a mental disorder in which one experiences a persistent depressed mood, sadness, or a loss of interest in normal activities that impacts functioning in daily life.
Eating disorders are illnesses that cause people to experience severe disturbances to their eating behaviors and emotional state. Serious health complications including malnutrition, heart problems, severe constipation, depression, lethargy, osteoporosis, and drop in internal body temperature can occur. Treatment for eating disorders includes general medical care, nutritional counseling, and nutrition management.
Post-traumatic stress disorder is a mental health condition triggered by a horrific event that causes flashbacks, nightmares, anxiety, and uncontrollable thoughts. Symptoms can include avoidance, intrusive memories, and negative changes in mood and emotional reactions. The most common events leading to the development of PTSD include physical abuse, being threatened with a weapon, an accident, sexual violence, and combat exposure. If these symptoms progress or worsen, talk with your physician.
Schizophrenia is a mental disorder that involves the breakdown between thoughts, emotions, and behaviors which leads to faulty perceptions, inappropriate actions, and withdrawal from reality and personal connections. While the exact cause of schizophrenia is unknown, genetics, environmental factors, and altered brain chemistry are contributors. Lifelong treatment involves medication, psychotherapy and other specialty care services.
Substance abuse is a pattern of repeated alcohol or drug use. Substance abuse occurs when a person takes drugs that are not legal and when alcohol, prescription medications, and other legal substances are used in higher dosages or used in the wrong way. Abusing drugs and alcohol can lead to addiction, serious health problems, and even death.
Tobacco addiction is the habitual use of, and dependence on, tobacco.