Can You Go To Rehab For Depression?

Can You Go To Rehab For Depression?

Most people associate rehab with drug and alcohol addictions. However, there are similar residential mental health facilities that specialize in mental health disorders beyond just substance use disorders. Inpatient treatment for depression in a residential setting...
Unemployment and Mental Health: Job Search Depression

Unemployment and Mental Health: Job Search Depression

Over the course of the past month, more than 17 million Americans have filed for unemployment. The U.S. Federal Reserve revealed it would be issuing roughly $2 trillion in loans to both businesses and citizens, but many have already been laid off their jobs. Such...
The Link Between Social Isolation and Depression

The Link Between Social Isolation and Depression

Being occasionally lonely is a regular part of all of our lives, and it’s never easy to deal with. No matter how many friends we have or how much money we have, we’re all susceptible to being lonely. Even when surrounded by close friends or family, we may find...
How to Overcome Social Anxiety: 7 Helpful Tips

How to Overcome Social Anxiety: 7 Helpful Tips

Over 15 million adults in the United States experience social anxiety disorder. And of those 15 million adults, 36% of them admit to experiencing symptoms for 10 years before seeking help.  Social anxiety is one of the most common forms of anxiety, but that...
Two Accredited Facilities, One Shared Vision

Two Accredited Facilities, One Shared Vision

We are fortunate to live in the age of integrative medicine, a time when public health can really improve because we recognize mental wellness as the precursor to total health. If addiction or mental illness are addressed, the whole person can thrive because feedback...
Six Months of Continuing Support

Six Months of Continuing Support

People seeking mental health treatment find themselves facing challenges many will never fully understand.  No one dreams about one day having a mental illness and the crises (spiritual, emotional, financial, social, moral) situated with these daunting illnesses. In...
My Kingdom for Some Care

My Kingdom for Some Care

Imagine that you’re driving your car near your home in Santa Barbara when you’re involved in a traffic accident through no fault of your own.  Your leg is broken and you are taken to the nearest emergency room. The doctor tells you that you’ll need surgery and a...
Support of California Senate Bill 10

Support of California Senate Bill 10

There are very few people whose lives have not brushed with mental illness or addiction. In fact, they touch everyone, whether we know it or not at the time. The sufferer or a friend or family member plagued by mental anguish and a seemingly unknown path out know...