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Mental Health Treatment Center

Inpatient mental health treatment facilities are one of the many forms of mental health help available to people living with mental health difficulties. Inpatient care refers to admission into a facility dedicated solely for mental health care or a hospital (usually with a distinct mental health section) for the treatment of mental illness. Nearly half of all Americans experience at least one mental illness at some point in their lives, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Many people have inadequate or no treatment and never achieve a successful recovery. Others attempt to self-medicate with drugs or alcohol, which worsen the symptoms of mental illness and can lead to isolation, addiction and even suicide. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), mental health conditions affect one’s thinking, feeling and mood. Causes are complex combinations of genetics, environment and lifestyle. Even people with the same diagnosis will respond differently to their condition, and symptoms will vary in type and severity. But recovery is possible and treatment can help.

Mental Health Treatment

At RehabinNYC mental health treatment centers, we provide our patients with treatment programs designed to address mental illness at its source — the brain. We treat each of our patients as individuals — not a diagnosis — and work with them to make sure we know exactly what they need during their rehab for mental illness.

Our Mental Health Treatment Programs


Depression Treatment Center

Depression is a complex disorder which, if left untreated, can cause great suffering. Often, physicians and mental health professionals recommend residential rehab like The Refuge so you have the opportunity to address your difficulties. When you come to our center for treatment of your depression, our assessment team will perform a complete evaluation to gain further information about your symptoms so that we can determine the most appropriate treatment plan.


Schizophrenia Treatment

Schizophrenia is a severe mental health disorder that requires lifelong care and treatment to control symptoms in order to allow you to live a normal, productive life. If you have schizophrenia, you may see or hear things that other people cannot. The voices in your head may tell you to do certain things or say mean things about other people that makes you distrust them. These voices feel very real to you, even though other people cannot hear them.


Bipolar Disorder Treatment

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) notes that every year, nearly 3 percent of U.S. citizens are diagnosed with a bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorder is when the extreme highs, known as mania, are followed by extreme lows, or depressions, which make it difficult to work, maintain relationships and otherwise enjoy life. This disorder does not have to be debilitating. With the right treatment, people can overcome the disorder and regain control of their life.


Anxiety Disorder Treatment

An anxiety disorder is a common mental illness defined by feelings of uneasiness, worry and fear. While anxiety occurs for everyone sometimes, a person with an anxiety disorder feels an inappropriate amount of anxiety more often than is reasonable. For example, an average individual may feel some anxiety before going to a dentist appointment but a person with anxiety disorder may feel anxiety every time they leave their home.


Mood Disorders Treatment

Mood disorders are characterized by a serious change in mood that cause disruption to life activities. Though many different subtypes are recognized, three major states of mood disorders exist: depressive, manic, and bipolar. Major depressive disorder is characterized by overall depressed mood. Elevated moods are characterized by mania or hypomania. The cycling between both depressed and manic moods is characteristic of bipolar mood disorders.


Panic Disorder Treatment

Panic disorder occurs when you experience recurring unexpected panic attacks. The DSM-5 defines panic attacks as abrupt surges of intense fear or discomfort that peak within minutes. People with the disorder live in fear of having a panic attack. You may be having a panic attack when you feel sudden, overwhelming terror that has no obvious cause. You may experience physical symptoms, such as a racing heart, breathing difficulties, and sweating.

Warning Signs of Mental Illness

Major mental illnesses such as schizophrenia or bipolar disorder rarely appear “out of the blue.” Most often family, friends, teachers or individuals themselves begin to recognize small changes or a feeling that “something is not quite right” about their thinking, feelings or behavior before one of these illnesses appears in its full-blown form.

  • Withdrawal
  • Drop in functioning
  • Problems thinking
  • Increased sensitivity
  • Apathy
  • Feeling disconnected
  • Illogical thinking
  • Nervousness
  • Unusual behavior
  • Sleep or appetite changes

One or two of these symptoms alone can’t predict a mental illness. But if a person is experiencing several at one time and the symptoms are causing serious problems in the ability to study, work or relate to others, he/she should be seen by a mental health professional. People with suicidal thoughts or intent, or thoughts of harming others, need immediate attention.

Why You Need Mental Health Treatment

Too much stress and anxiety can cause physical problems like ulcers, heart disease, and colitis. Psychological and mental problems can also increase the likelihood that you will commit poor behavioral choices which could result in medical problems. Mental issues can induce you to drink too much alcohol, smoke and eat too much or too little, all of which could cause severe physical problems requiring medical intervention.

If you are concerned about your mental health or that of a loved one right, please call RehabinNYC today to begin the mental health treatment process. We’ll help you learn mental health rehabilitation methods which will help you:

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Benefits of Seeking Treatment

There are numerous tools and techniques that might help in the recovery process, some temporary, and some long term. The internet is awash with sites that give advice and tips, but nothing could ever replace the experience of a mental health treatment center. The best mental health rehabilitation centers have specialized facilities, qualified and experienced specialists and access to facilities that one might not be able to find with an online self-help plan. The internet gives a false sense of security. On social media, one might feel close to the people they interact with. However, this will likely not be the same kind of support group therapy one might find at the best residential mental health treatment facilities.

RehabinNYC for Mental Health Treatment Center

The RehabinNYC specializes in treating complex mental health diagnoses over time using a comprehensive individualized multi-modal treatment plan that involves the client’s family. This is not a one-size-fits-all program with a template in place that clients join. Instead we carefully evaluate each person using a long range lens that includes the family system, their beliefs and relationships, along with a psychiatric and medical assessment upon admission.

Why choose RehabinNYC for Mental Health

RehabinNYC recognizes the primary role of cognition in mental health. By mapping brainwaves with neurofeedback techniques, we are able to locate and target the triggers at the heart of a person’s issues. Even when an individual is dealing with substance abuse or addiction, our clinical experts assess him or her for any possible mental disorders that could be hidden by dependency or other destructive behaviors.

Whether you have been suffering silently from debilitating depression, struggling with a life-altering drug-addiction, or fighting the disease of alcoholism, rest assured that there is help for you. If traditional in-office therapy hasn’t worked for you in the past, you might be researching mental health inpatient treatment centers in the New York area and wondering how to choose the right one for you.

Our clinicians and mental health professionals consistently monitor patients even after their stay with us ends to ensure that healthier thoughts, emotions and behaviors are flourishing. Sovereign knows that recovery is an ongoing journey throughout one’s life. Setbacks may occur, but the most important part of the process is that individuals receive the support and resources required to manage their own lives. For more information about our mental illness treatment centers, please call our 24/7 helpline.

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