Making changes can be difficult, and nowhere is this more evident than when you are dealing with behavioral health.
Breaking habits involves making a lot of simultaneous life changes, including:
It is estimated that as many as 26.2 percent of all American adults have a diagnosable form of mental illness. Psychiatric and Co-Occurring disorders, such as addiction, impulses and medical issues cause significant problems in everyday life. These behaviors may manifest emotionally, psychologically and even physically.
Transition Rehab works with individuals whose behaviors effect the daily activities of life of the entire family system, and can be so severe, it becomes increasingly necessary to seek out an all-encompassing agency as Transition Rehab to meet your needs to provides individualized and clinical continuum of care. As each person in that system independently and safely learns to reintegrate back into the community and into their functional daily life, simultaneously, you and the family will develop with one another greater clarity and focus on building a relationship based on mutually acceptable goals.
"Working with Transition Rehab, a unified organization, it is important for us to first ensure that we establish a foundation of understanding through an initial assessment that can help to uncover the root of the underlying symptoms. Medication management is also often important in order to address mental health concerns, addiction concerns and/or any medical conditions that an individual may be experiencing."
Human Resilience + Opportunities for Meaningful Roles = A New Life Purpose
As you review our Process and Core Services for Rehabilitative Programming, keep in mind, and remember, that your outcome is an investment in your future.