Mental Health

Your Physical, Emotional, and Mental Health Are All Intertwined

Healing the Whole Person

Mental health encompasses our emotional, psychological, and social well-being, affecting how we think, feel and act. The state of our mental health also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and how we make choices in our everyday lives. Prolonged depression, anxiety, bipolar, PTSD, and other mental health disorders can be debilitating. If left untreated, these issues can seriously impact your quality of life, affecting your ability to work, parent, socialize, and maintain relationships.

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Individuals with ADHD or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder tend to be more impulsive and likely to have behavioral problems that can contribute to drug and alcohol addiction. It is also more common for children with ADHD to start abusing alcohol during their teenage years.


Those suffering from anxiety disorders often experience intense, sustained anxiety and nervousness, while a panic disorder is marked by recurring, unpredictable panic attacks. Various issues arising from panic/anxiety disorders include a sense of sadness, low motivation, substance abuse, and health problems.

Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder, also known as manic depression, is a serious psychological condition causing individuals to experience extreme shifts in mood, attitude, behavior, and energy. Those with bipolar experience manic highs and depressive lows that can last for prolonged periods of time.


Often expressed as persistent unhappiness, hopelessness, and the loss of interest or pleasure in previously enjoyed activities, depression can seriously impact the quality of one’s life, if left untreated. Depression can be caused by a number of factors with most cases involving some type of trauma.

Emotional Trauma

Trauma can be one single event or a series of traumatic incidents that are repeated over time, causing an individual to become overwhelmed with painful, frightening, or loathing emotions. While we often associate trauma with military veterans or survivors of violent crime, over the last few years, the definition of psychological trauma has been broadened to include physical abuse, sexual abuse, and verbal abuse.


Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health disorder that we’ve become more aware of in recent years, but that doesn’t mean we fully understand what it is and how it works. PTSD develops after someone witnesses or experiences a traumatic event.

Dual Diagnosis

It’s very common for those struggling with addiction to have dual or co-occurring disorders. In other words, substance abuse often goes hand in hand with emotional trauma or mental health disorders like depression, anxiety, or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). In some cases, one disorder leads to or causes another.

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Your Mental Health Matters

It’s impossible to be completely healthy without addressing physical, emotional, and mental health. Mental disorders can impede all aspects of health, including emotional well-being and social development, leaving individuals feeling socially isolated, stigmatized, and unable to reach their full potential. The Meadows Outpatient Centers offer a full range of outpatient services for adults dealing with addiction, trauma, and other behavioral health conditions. We provide the same level of clinical excellence and integrity found at Meadows inpatient programs, but with outpatient flexibility. Some patients may have completed a Meadows inpatient program and are ready to “step down” to a lower level of care. Others may begin outpatient treatment without requiring a higher level of care. Every individual’s current issues and circumstances are taken into consideration to be sure they are offered the safest and most appropriate program for their clinical needs.

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