If you are struggling with depression or anxiety, please know that you are not alone and you do not have to continue to feel this way. Find the help you need in a caring, nonjudgmental environment here at Core Recovery.
In America, anxiety and depression are the most common mental health disorders. Often, people can suffer from both conditions at the same time. Anxiety and depression can disrupt work, school, and a person’s ability to participate in social situations. With some individuals, the disruptions are not as apparent. They hide their suffering and can manage daily activities. Other people may view them as being fine and dismiss the idea that anything is wrong. Unfortunately, only about a third of people who have anxiety or depression will seek treatment. This fact is especially true for adolescents, where brain changes increase a teen’s vulnerability. When anxiety and depression are left untreated, a sufferer’s life can decline to the point where they are merely surviving in distress.
Core Recovery will work with you to identify the underlying issues causing you to feel depressed or anxious. Using a combination of cognitive-behavioral therapy, trauma resolution, and mindfulness, we’ll help you get relief and feel better. Our treatment is an integrated approach that we design to address the needs of the individual.
Your recovery is possible.
Don’t suffer another day. Get the help you need to start feeling better and get your life back again.
You don’t have to feel helpless in your anguish. When experiencing depression or anxiety, you may feel like you can’t accomplish anything. But you do not need to keep this as your reality.
Depression and anxiety are real illnesses that can be treated. Our staff will develop a plan based on your individual situation. You can count on the team at Core Recovery to treat you with care, respect and understanding with your recovery as our ultimate goal.
Due to recent events, you can now discuss your mental health concerns with Core Recovery via remote counseling over the phone or online via Telehealth. To specify that you want remote counseling select the “Virtual Appointments Preferred” checkbox in the form.
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