Helping you overcome the challenges of substance abuse
Mental health medications typically are given in addition to other treatments such as individual or group therapy, psychological assessment, nutrition counseling, exercise, and other recreational therapeutic activities. Whether a physician has prescribed an anti-anxiety medication, anti-psychotic drug, or another medication, careful management is important for both your physical and mental health.
Medications used to treat behavioral health disorders can be accompanied by risks and side effects. Your provider will walk through with you what is normal and what might signal a serious side effect. In addition, if you have other physical or behavior health issues, and you’re taking multiple medications, it’s essential to work with you physician to avoid dangerous interactions.
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Adult Mental Health
Mental health helps us make sense of our thoughts and feelings so that we can handle stress better, connect with others, and choose wisely.
Youth Mental Health
Mental health is a crucial factor for young people, as it helps them to build resilience and promote positive attitudes.
Supporting mental health can be a family affair - strong relationships and heartfelt encouragement are the foundations of successful recovery.
Our committed RBH professionals specialize in orchestrating different aspects of your mental health journey.
Community outreach is all about helping those whose access to behavioral health services may be limited.
Substance Abuse Service
Substance abuse is often linked with an underlying cognitive and behavioral disorder.
Telehealth offers a stress-free way to receive mental health care without leaving the comfort of your home.