When someone has a physical issue or disorder, it’s hard for people not to notice. Many times, the individual’s pain and suffering are apparent. However, with a mental disorder, the individual suffers in silence. We sometimes forget how lucky we are that depression and anxiety are but temporary issues in our lives. That’s not the case with someone who has to live with a mental disorder every day. The great thing about Mental Health Awareness Month is it also reminds us people are suffering in the world around us, sometimes without knowing it.
Recognizing Mental Health Awareness Month
Every year, a number of the top mental health organization in the US, including some government agencies, sponsor mental health month events. Mental Health Awareness Month 2019 will be held this year in May as is the tradition.
During the Mental Health Awareness Month festivities, doctors, hospitals, and psychiatric organizations will be sponsoring events around the nation. Of course, many of these events will focus on offering free mental health screenings and providing information about mental health issues. Mental health month is also an excellent time for people to learn about available treatment options and resources.
In the end, Mental Health Awareness Month 2019 strives to bring us together as a community to help combat mental health issues.
Destinations for Teens – Helping Youth Combat Mental Health Issues
In support of Mental Health Awareness Month 2019, Destinations for Teens wants to give exposure to mental health issues that affect adolescents.
As the most vulnerable people in our society, our youth has to deal with eating disorders, addictions, and psychiatric issues like schizophrenia. These disorders can be very trying on our young people. The good news is treatment centers like ours exist to help combat these issues. We do so proudly because every teen is a potential leader of tomorrow. During Mental Health Month, we will do our part to make sure society participates in dealing with teen mental health issues.
Treatment Options at Destinations for Teens
We get the opportunity to deal with a large population of teens. Our goal is to use our treatment resources to help every client learn how to cope with their mental issues or disorders. If we do our job correctly, the communities in which we operate will benefit from our successes. Our services include:
- Mental health treatment programs – Inpatient and outpatient
- Addiction treatment programs – Inpatient and outpatient
- Evidence based and holistic treatment options
- Aftercare programs
- Family therapy and counseling
You don’t have to wait for Mental Health Awareness Month to get your teen help. In fact, the sooner, the better. You have it in your power to mitigate or eliminate your child’s suffering. All its going to take for you to get them started in treatment is one phone call. You can contact one of our Destinations for Teens professional staff members at the following toll-free number, 877-466-0620.