Behavioral Health Program

If you are struggling with a mental disorder, or even if you seem to have more difficulty than most people in adapting and responding to the things that happen in your daily life, you might benefit greatly from the behavioral health services we offer. Her House is one of the leading behavioral health facilities in the region and our mission is to act with care and compassion towards those who come to us for help.

Behavioral Health Program

What Do We Do?

We provide a wide range of inpatient behavioral health services. Whether you have been diagnosed with a mental disorder, or you simply find yourself unable to cope without turning to drug and/or alcohol abuse, we have something that can help you.

Unlike some behavioral health centers, we do not emphasize only one type of behavioral health to address. On the contrary; we treat a number of conditions, including but not limited to:

  • Drug abuse or addiction, particularly where it relates to other mental health matters
  • Alcohol abuse or addiction
  • Inability to function normally in everyday society
  • Depression and anxiety issues
  • Other mental health matters.

Remember, there is nothing wrong with getting help for a mental or behavioral health matter. Just like there is no shame in going to the doctor for a cold or the flu; likewise, there is no shame in consulting a mental health professional to assist you in dealing with an area that may be giving you some problems.

“We take our kids for physical vaccinations, dental exams, eye checkups. When do we think to take our - our son or daughter for a mental health checkup?” -Gordon Smith

Who Do We Help?

We help everyone. People that you see every day on the street, or at work. Someone like your mom, your neighbor or your friend. You. Simply put, we help everyday people every day.

Perhaps you have always thought that behavioral health centers are where you go if you are “crazy” or that behavioral health programs are only for people who are too weak to handle things themselves. Actually, these thoughts are misconceptions that reflect the unfair stigma we often attach to those who suffer from behavioral or mental issues. The fact of the matter is that many people whom you would otherwise consider “normal” have sought out behavioral health treatment at one point or another, and there is absolutely nothing wrong with this.

“The problem with the stigma around mental health is really about the stories that we tell ourselves as a society. What is normal? That's just a story that we tell ourselves.” - Matthew Quick

How Do We Help?

We are proud of our position among long-term behavioral health centers. While some behavioral health inpatient treatment centers may simply try to get patients in and out as quickly as possible, we have a vested interest in seeing to it that every person who walks through our doors is given the best care possible, even if it takes longer than we had planned.

We care about you, and we want to see you succeed. As one of the leading behavioral health treatment centers, our commitment to each of our patients in our inpatient behavioral health programs is to provide the best behavioral health care possible and to do it with all the care and compassion we can.

Treating a Behavioral Health Disorder

When you come to see us we take your situation very seriously. We will sit down with you and spend some time getting to know you. Together, we will determine what triggers there may be for the challenges you are facing. For some patients, an inability to deal with stressful situations triggers a deeper response, leading to behavioral health issues; for others, emotional instability can frequently lead to larger issues.

Once we have evaluated you and determined the root of your behavioral health challenges, we can then work with you to come up with a plan to treat these matters. The treatment regimen may include such matters as intense individual therapy, group therapy, Christian track programs, and other methods of treatment.

Regardless of the specifics of your individual care plan, you can rest assured that you are in the hands of professionals who only have your best interests in mind.

“There isn't anybody out there who doesn't have a mental health issue, whether it's depression, anxiety, or how to cope with relationships. Just know that there is help and your life could be better if you go out and seek the help.” - Howie Mandel

Once we have addressed your behavioral health issues, you can look forward to a richer and fuller life. Some of the benefits of improved mental health include:

  • Better ability to cope with loss
  • More successful relationships, both personally and professionally
  • An improved ability to make good choices and not be driven by emotions
  • An improved ability to deal with stressful situations in a constructive manner
  • And more!

If you have suffered from a mental health issue—even if it has never been diagnosed—we would like to spend some time with you. We are here to help you get the most out of life, and we want for you to succeed in whatever you do.

If you are not sure what you need, that is not a problem. Our professional staff of mental healthcare professionals is ready, willing, and able to assist you in identifying the issue that has plagued you and developing a comprehensive care plan to put you back on the road towards the kind of life that you want to live.

Do not continue to suffer because you think that you are beyond help, and do not continue to suffer because you feel ashamed to get help. We are here, and there is no shame in getting help for any type of a mental health issue. Let us go to work for you, and let us help you so you can go on to lead a happy, healthy life.

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