For individuals battling addiction, depression can be an insidious part of the cycle of addiction. Depression is one of a handful of mental conditions that often underpins and fuels substance use problems. As such, treating depression alongside addiction can be a necessary part of patients’ recovery. Before that can happen it is important that you be able to identify the signs of depression. Fort Behavior Health can help.

The signs of depression can be subtle or very obvious, depending on the person and the factors surrounding their mental health. Additionally, some people struggle with depression more than others, because they have a more severe form of it, or it’s more persistent or chronic. It’s normal to feel depressed or sad sometimes, but if it’s getting in the way of your life that’s not normal. Fortunately, it’s very treatable when you come to the right place. At Fort Behavioral Health, we can provide you with the kind of support and guidance you need to get past depression and back to your life. You don’t need to allow depression to have control over you or your future any longer. We’re here to help you break free. Contact Fort Behavioral Health today at 844.332.1807 to learn about our depression treatment program.

Understanding the Signs of Depression

Being sad is relatively normal from time to time. Especially if a long-term relationship has ended or a loved one has died, it’s normal to feel sad. However, when you’re feeling sad or depressed all the time over two weeks or longer, this may indicate a problem. However, when you understand the signs of depression, it can make treatment easier. But it’s important to remember that these signs can be somewhat different for everyone. Common signs are feeling sad and tired, but a lot of people also lose interest in the things that they used to enjoy. They might also lose or gain weight, or get into problems with addiction, missing work, and related kinds of concerns. If you’re experiencing some of these signs of depression, it’s important that you reach out for help so you can get back to a life where depression isn’t in control any longer.

We Have Treatment Programs to Help

One of the best ways to get past the signs of depression is to make sure you’re getting the right treatment program to meet your needs. If you don’t have quality treatment, it’s much harder to be successful at breaking free of depression issues. Fortunately, we have dual diagnosis treatment programs, so you can work through depression and substance abuse simultaneously. That can help you focus on a happier and better future, where you feel good about where you’re headed and the kinds of things you plan to do. Some of our treatment options include:

  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy
  • Dialectical behavior therapy
  • Trauma therapy
  • Group therapy
  • EMDR therapy
  • Individual therapy

Treatments at our facility address the signs of depression, but we also want to take a careful look at the causes of the problem. It’s also important to see whether depression is leading to other behaviors like addiction. If that’s the case, we want to take an approach that treats several issues at one time. For instance, you’re battling both depression and addiction, a dual diagnosis treatment program can help you master both conditions. However, it’s vital to recognize that you don’t have to do all that alone, and we know it’s easier when you have people who can help you. That’s why we’re here.

Contact Us at Fort Behavioral Health Today

By reaching out to us, you can take an important step toward conquering the signs of depression. You don’t need to live with depression any longer, or let it have control over your life. Contact us today at 844.332.1807, and we’ll help you get started down the path to recovery. With the help of dual diagnosis treatment, we can give you treatment for both addiction and depression. We want to make sure you’re getting the help and treatment you need to be healthy and happy again.


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