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Mental/Behavioral Health

Don't let mental health challenges limit your quality of life. Our services are designed to support your unique needs and help you find joy and purpose at any age.

Why should seniors and their families consider Mental/Behavioral Health

Seniors and their families should consider mental/behavioral health because taking care of one's emotional well-being is just as important as taking care of physical health.
  • Aging can bring a variety of life changes, such as retirement, loss of loved ones, and health problems, which can lead to feelings of isolation, loneliness, and depression.
  • By seeking support for mental/behavioral health, seniors and their families can improve their overall quality of life, enhance their relationships, and promote a sense of purpose and fulfillment.
  • Taking care of one's mental health can also help seniors maintain their independence, reduce the risk of developing cognitive decline, and increase their resilience in the face of life's challenges.
  • Senior mental health treatment programs can assist older aduls with mental illness such as; depression, anxiety, and other mental health during different stages of life
  • Behavioral health services can help older adults that may be experiencing medical conditions such as dementia or Alzheimer's disease

What should seniors look for in Mental/Behavioral Health?

Seniors should look for a mental health service that prioritizes their dignity, independence, and well-being.

Personalized care and attention

Mental health help that meets the unique needs and preferences of each senior, while promoting their independence, dignity, and quality of life.

Access to comprehensive care

Mental health experts make sure that senior's care includes; mental healthcare services, including preventative care, chronic disease management, and mental health support.

Opportunities for social connection

Mental Health professionals are responsible for engagement, and recreation, such as organized activities, events, and outings that promote physical, mental, and emotional well-being.

How We Help

Our mental health service is committed to improving the well-being and quality of life of our clients and the community by providing compassionate, personalized, and high-quality mental health care that promotes dignity, independence, and social engagement.

What is the most common psychiatric disorder after the age of 65?

Depression, a type of mood disorder, is the most prevalent mental health problem among older adults.


What is the most common cause of anxiety in the elderly?
Common risk factors for anxiety disorders among older adults include; stressful life events such as death of a loved one, limited physical and mental mobility, health deterioration, and loss of their independence.
Which mental change is associated with aging?
With age, cognition, and memory can experience changes; while short-term recall may diminish somewhat, long-term memories are often preserved. Reaction times as well as the ability to solve problems or quickly process information tend to slow down with time - all of which is a normal part of aging.
What types of mental health issues do older adults suffer?
Most adults as they age can suffer from cognitive illnesses such as dementia or Alzheimer's disease, or confusion states as a result of a physical disorder or surgery.

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