Learn about common mental disorders, including symptoms, risk factors and treatment options.
Learn more about bipolar disorder and types of treatment that can help you.
Learn more about a co-occurring disorder - when you have both a mental health condition and substance use disorder - and treatment options.
Learn about mental health and what feelings or behaviors can be an early warning sign of a problem.
An Advance Directive allows you to make clear choices about your mental health treatment before you might need it.
Community Treatment Team's “team model” provides you treatment and helps you coordinate your care so that you can move toward recovery.
Complex care management is for people who may need additional help due to complicated needs that get in the way of doing daily activities or moving forward with recovery.
Diversion and Acute Stabilization (DAS) is a residential treatment setting where you can go temporarily if you are in a crisis or coming out of the hospital and still need 24-hour care.
Inpatient care is when you stay in the hospital for one or more nights so that you can get the treatment you need for your safety and health.
Outpatient services for mental health are services that you get in an office or clinic in the community, from a psychiatrist, psychologist, nurse, social worker, or other type of therapist.