Symptoms that may indicate the need for treatment include:
- Sad or depressed mood lasting longer than two weeks.
- Social withdrawal; loss of interest in things that used to be enjoyable.
- Onset of confusion, disorientation or problems with concentration or decision-making.
- Increase or decrease in appetite; changes in weight.
- Memory loss, especially abrupt recent or short-term memory problems.
- Feelings of worthlessness or thoughts of suicide.
- Agitation, aggression or threats/attempts to harm others.
- Hallucinations and/or delusional thoughts.
- Loss of interest in personal appearance/hygiene.
- Refusing to take prescribed medications.
We accept referrals for admission 24 hours a day, seven days a week from physicians, health care professionals, family members and patients.
For more information, call 402-562-4655.