Having depression and anxiety is a very common problem today, and Fort Behavioral Health can help by providing quality treatment for these mental health issues. You don’t have to suffer with your mental health, addiction issues, or a combination of the two when you have people on your side who can help you work through your concerns and get back to living a life you can feel good about. With the right combination of treatment and support, you’ll be able to move past anxiety, depression, and any related problems so you can plan for the future you’re dreaming about.

Caring Professionals to Help You Succeed

The right people are important when you have depression and anxiety. You might not be sure how to get back to feeling like yourself again, but our trained professionals care about helping you get the support you’re looking for. We take the time to listen, and we understand that there can be challenges when your mental health is on the line. Don’t settle for less than you deserve. Our staff is here to give you the options you need for health and happiness. That way you can get through anxious or depressive episodes more easily, and focus on a bright future.

Depression and Anxiety Can Improve With Proper Treatment

You’re not stuck with your depression and anxiety. It will get better when you work with trusted professionals to improve the way you interact with the world. That can make your mental health much better, and get you back to living life again. There are a lot of options we offer for treatment, and that includes helping people with mental health issues and addiction problems. Often, the two things go hand in hand. Some of the ways we can help you include:

  • Master level clinicians
  • A trained staff that does well with chronic relapsers
  • 12 step programs
  • On-site detox and a full medical team
  • EMDR
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy
  • Dialectical behavior therapy

You can get strong counseling after detox, along with the trust and care you’re looking for to return to a state of health you feel good about. Whether you’re battling depression and anxiety, you’re struggling with addiction, or you have a combination of issues to work through, we’re here to help. You don’t have to face your concerns alone, and you don’t have to live your life depressed and anxious. There’s help for any mental health issue you’re facing.

Substance Abuse, Depression, and Anxiety

As we noted above, depression and anxiety are often intertwined with substance abuse. Treating co-occurring disorders requires dual diagnosis treatment, which addresses both problems simultaneously. It is difficult to determine which problem causes the other; in some cases, depression and anxiety lead people to cope with substance abuse. In other cases, continued substance abuse causes a person to develop mental health and mood disorders.

If you struggle with depression and anxiety along with substance abuse, you need to treat the latter in order to treat the former. At Fort Behavioral Health, we offer treatment programs for a variety of substances. Two of our most common treated addictions are to alcohol and heroin. Alcohol, a depressant, is socially acceptable but also commonly abused. Heroin is often one of the final phases of an opioid addiction that began with pills, and leads its users to a life of privation. By treating these addictions and their social and emotional triggers, we also treat depression and anxiety in our patients.

Let Fort Behavioral Health Help You Today

You don’t need to let addiction or mental health issues get in your way any longer. You can live a life that’s recovered from these kinds of problems, when you attend the right rehab and treatment center. Contact Fort Behavioral Health online or call us at 844.332.1807.


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You don’t have to face the journey of recovery by yourself. There are people out there ready to help with what you’re going through. Reach out to someone for support today.

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