Figuring out if mental health treatment is right for you can seem daunting, but we are here to help. The first step in this process is taking a hard look at your life. Do you often feel overwhelmed? Disconnected? Sad or hopeless? These are all emotions we experience from time to time. However, when these feelings become the norm, it may be time to seek help from a professional.
At Creative Spirits Behavioral Health, we are happy to talk to you about your options and whether treatment is right for you. Browse the links to our services on the right or feel free to contact us for more information.
I am concerned about a loved one. What do I do?
If you are concerned about a loved one, and you believe they may hurt themselves or someone else, please call 911- this is an emergency!
If you believe your loved one is suffering from mental illness or substance abuse issues, you should talk with them about your concerns. You may encourage them to contact Creative Spirits or their family doctor. Additionally, offering to come with them to their first appointment may help ease any fears they have. It is important to remain supportive and encouraging.
How do I know if I should seek professional help for mental illness or substance abuse issues?
If you think you may need to seek professional help for mental illness or substance abuse concerns, chances are your intuition is leading you in the right direction. It's as easy as scheduling a checkup with your primary doctor. Our seamless and comprehensive assessment process ensures you will receive the appropriate level of care, with your goals for recovery in mind.
I am thinking about hurting myself or someone else. What should I do?
If you believe you are in immediate danger of hurting yourself or others, please call 911. Let the operator know you are in danger, and let them help you navigate this difficult time. Feelings change, and with appropriate interventions, you can feel better. This is an emergency- just like if you thought you were having a heart attack. There is help out there, and you don’t have to be in pain. Help is just a phone call away. Please, make that call.