Mental Health Programs

Overcoming disorders with our mental health program
Mental illness has been a taboo subject for many years. For this reason, many people who are mentally ill do not seek diagnosis or treatment. In fact, mental disorders have only recently gained recognition on a national scale, having gone largely undiagnosed in the past. Nowadays, the number of diagnoses for mental health disorders in the last decade alone has increased considerably. Almost 50 percent of the population has a diagnosable mental illness at least once in their lifetime, according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5).Recovery Resources Treatment

Also, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) reported that only 58.7 percent of those affected with serious mental disorders get the treatment they need. In addition, individuals who do not receive necessary treatment also experience overlapping symptoms from related behavioral health disorders such as substance abuse and addiction. At Sovereign Health, our team of licensed professionals evaluates each potential patient for the existence of any psychological and behavioral disorders, even ones that may have been masked by drug or alcohol use. By addressing all the roots of one’s problems, we can ensure the highest possible rate of growth and recovery.

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Recognizing the face of mental illness
One of the biggest challenges that makes providing effective mental health care difficult is that a unique set of symptoms may vary depending on a person’s particular disorder. Taking this into account, the treatment at Recovery Resources begins with a comprehensive diagnosis at admission, where our expert staff conducts a three-step assessment and creates a program tailored specifically to each individual’s singular or co-occurring conditions.

Our team is capable of diagnosing a catalog of psychological disorders, including:

• Depression
• Bipolar disorder
• Schizophrenia
• Anxiety disorders
• Panic disorder
• Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

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