TREATMENT FOR ADULTS

It isn’t always easy to ask for help.

That can be especially true if you are struggling with a behavioral health issue that is making day-to-day life challenging. At first, you might think you are just down in the dumps or going through a rough patch. That idea might be reinforced by people around you. Your boss might tell you to buckle down. Your partner might tell you to cheer up. And you might tell yourself that everyone is right. So you set about trying to buckle down, cheer up, and get on with things.

But you might discover that you can’t. Not because you are weak, but because you are struggling with a behavioral health issue that is far more than a simple case of the blahs.

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That can be especially true if you are struggling with a behavioral health issue that is making day-to-day life challenging. At first, you might think you are just down in the dumps or going through a rough patch. That idea might be reinforced by people around you. Your boss might tell you to buckle down. Your partner might tell you to cheer up. And you might tell yourself that everyone is right. So you set about trying to buckle down, cheer up, and get on with things.

But you might discover that you can’t. Not because you are weak, but because you are struggling with a behavioral health issue that is far more than a simple case of the blahs.

And so now it is time to do the hard thing: Ask for the help you need. That help is available from Highland Hospital.

Highland Hospital offers a comprehensive range of services for adults with behavioral health needs. We have the expertise and compassion to help you address issues including anxiety, depression, bi-polar disorder, and more.

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The Inpatient Experience

For some, especially those struggling with acute symptoms of a behavioral health issue, inpatient services can be the best option. The term “inpatient” refers to residential treatment programs—meaning that you reside temporarily in the treatment facility while you get the help you need.

Highland Hospital has a state-of-the-art inpatient facility staffed by the best-trained behavioral health professionals in the region. As a result, you can rest assured that you will receive evidence-based, compassionate care in a safe and supportive environment.

We are committed to listening to you—a process that begins when you talk with one of Highland’s trained intake professionals. Our intake team can help determine which service is best for you (or for a loved you are concerned about).

We Can Help You Find the Right Fit

Let’s circle back to where we started: We know it can be hard to ask for help.

But at Highland Hospital we are 100 percent committed to providing treatment for behavioral health needs that can dramatically improve your quality of life.

Call us at (800) 250-3806 and our staff will work with you to determine the programs and options that are the very best fit for you.

WE ARE READY TO HELP YOU OR YOUR LOVED ONE

Our compassionate and caring staff are ready to take your call and answer your questions. Let us help.

Call (800) 250-3806