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Mental illnesses and substance abuse disorders can happen to anyone at any age. But like most medical conditions, they are treatable. If you or someone you love is struggling with a mental health or substance abuse problem, Great Plains Health can provide the expert care you need in a relaxed, confidential setting.
Our comprehensive behavioral health program is staffed by experts from a variety of specialties who can help address a wide range of health concerns.
Depression is one of the top reasons people visit a healthcare center. If frequent feelings of sadness, emptiness or hopelessness interfere with your daily life, you may have depression. Doctors may recommend medication, counseling, or inpatient or outpatient treatment.
Take this assessment to find out if you or someone you care about may have depression.
Everyone is prone to occasional anxiety. But if anxiety gets in the way of your ability to work, socialize or sleep, or if you are prone to panic attacks, you may have an anxiety disorder. These disorders often appear along with depression. Anxiety is often treated with counseling, medication or other support services.
Bipolar disorder causes extreme swings in energy, activity and mood levels. It is often characterized by manic "highs" and "lows."
Bipolar disorder is a lifelong illness. It is often treated with an ongoing combination of counseling and medication.
Schizophrenia is a severe mental disorder. Patients with schizophrenia sometimes appear as if they have lost touch with reality. Its more extreme symptoms include hallucinations, delusions and agitated body movements.
Treatment for schizophrenia focuses on eliminating the symptoms of the disease. It may include medication and psychosocial treatments to help people learn coping skills, as well as other ongoing support services.
There are many different treatment options for substance abuse and addiction. These options include a combination of individual or group counseling, inpatient or outpatient treatment, 12-step programs, and recovery support services.
For more information about behavioral health treatment or to schedule an appointment, call 308.568.7263.