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Sometimes we can't see the pain and troubles that others are feeling, but we can see the signs. More than half of all Americans will experience mental health issues in their lifetime, most often these issues arise within our elderly loved ones. Look for the signs, and when behavioral health troubles hit close to home, seek compassionate and professional help that's also close to home.

Behavioral Health Warning Signs

Change in appetite
Extreme fluctuations in weight
Fatigue and loss of energy
Depressed or irritable mood
Increased social withdrawal
Loss of interest in appearance
Feelings of worthlessness
Suicidal thoughts
Difficulty concentrating
Memory loss
Disorientation
Hallucinations

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) Treatment Structure:

Patients admitted to this service attend 11 hours or less of treatment per week.
2 Therapy groups daily
1 Activity group daily
1 RN/education group daily

For more information or to refer a loved one to our program, call 601-765-4600.

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