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Four Things Parents Don’t Know about Mental Health Care for Teens

Parents may be among the first to notice when the mental health of a teen starts to flag. Whether it’s loss of interest in normal activities, lack of enthusiasm, irritability, anxiety, poor concentration, or another warning sign, these clues can [...]

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Are Depression and Bipolar the Same?

Have you ever asked yourself, “Are bipolar and depression the same?” Many who suffer with depressive symptoms may be surprised when they’re diagnosed with something other than Major Depressive Disorder, but the truth is that these symptoms can [...]

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An Average Day in a PTSD Treatment Program

An average day in a PTSD Treatment Program Are you wondering what sorts of activities and therapies are done in an inpatient treatment program for PTSD? While we can’t speak for everyone, we can tell you what an average day looks like in our Strong [...]

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How Rehab Works for Alcoholism

Have you wondered how rehab works for alcoholism? Maybe you or a close friend or family member has struggled with alcoholism and is now considering treatment. What kinds of things do you do in an alcohol rehab and how does treatment in a rehab work [...]

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What’s the Difference Between Passive and Active Suicidal Thoughts?

Are you wondering about the difference between passive and active suicidal thoughts? Maybe you, a close friend, or a family member is struggling with thoughts of suicide. What should you do? This blog is for educational purposes only. If you or [...]

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Can depression cause weight gain or weight loss? Four Reasons why weight fluctuates with depression

You may be experiencing a mental health low and notice a change in weight. Can depression cause weight loss? Can depression cause weight gain? The short answer to both is yes, but in this blog, we’ll address four reasons why depression can cause [...]

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6 Reasons Why rehab is Important – Inpatient vs. Home-Based Recovery

Are you considering an inpatient or residential substance abuse rehabilitation program, but want to know the benefits of such a program? At Salt Lake Behavioral Health, we know that making the decision to put life on hold for a month or longer while [...]

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What Rehab Centers Take Medicare?

Looking for an inpatient drug or alcohol rehabilitation program that accepts Medicare insurance? Many people with Medicare struggle to find addiction treatment that isn’t in a nursing home. Medicare’s Addiction Treatment Program Requirements [...]

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When should you go to the ER for depression? 4 Signs you should Seek Help

Four Signs you Should Seek Help…Have you ever wondered if you should go to the hospital for your depression? Maybe you’ve seen things online about inpatient treatment, but don’t know if you would qualify. Or maybe your friends and family [...]

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5 Reasons Depression Makes You Tired

Fatigue can be one of the first symptoms of depression, and one of the most noticeable. Those with depression might find themselves thinking things like “I’m tired of being tired,” or “I just want to sleep the day away.” Are you wondering [...]

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