We understand you may be hurting. You may feel alone, suffering under an unbearable sense of grief, sadness, hopelessness, or isolation. But you are not alone.
In the United States, 16 million Americans battle depression every year, according to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). Individuals with depression fight against persistent feelings of loneliness, pessimism, and worthlessness that cause normal daily interaction with family and friends to seem daunting.
Depression affects everyone differently, but thankfully this mental health disorder is treatable. In our residential treatment programs and outpatient treatment programs, we provide the effective depression treatment needed to ensure sustained recovery.
What Does Depression Look Like?
Major Depressive Disorder and Persistent Depressive Disorder
Our Depression Treatment Center
Treatment for depression requires comprehensive care, an active client-clinician connection, and ongoing support. During our depression residential treatment and outpatient treatment programs, Clearview’s expert staff ensures that clients receive the individualized support needed to have the best chance at sustaining long-term recovery.
Additionally, depression often co-occurs with drug and alcohol addiction. If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction along with depression, our specialized dual diagnosis treatment program will address both disorders.
If you or a loved one is struggling, take that first step today to regaining control of your self-identity and breaking the cycle of depression.
Depression Treatment Programs at Clearview
Yes. Taking control of your depression takes time but small steps can often make a big difference. Trying a few of the steps listed below may help alleviate some of your depression symptoms:
- Seek professional help
- Go to a movie, concert, sporting event, or activity that you enjoy
- Join a local sports league, volunteer in the community, or participate in a hobby you enjoy
- Set realistic goals break up large tasks into small ones, setting priorities and doing what you can when you can
- Spend time with and confide in a trusted friend or relative
- Treat yourself to your favorite food or dessert
- Eliminate clutter or donate unused items to charity to create a refreshed sense of space
- Make dietary changes incorporating more fruits and vegetables