Having a condition or challenge that affects you both physically and mentally can feel very isolating. However, behavioral health challenges are very common — if you are experiencing them, you are not alone.
Outpatient mental health service clinics offer a wide variety of care options for patients. If your mental health does not require inpatient care (which involves spending days or weeks at a treatment facility), you are likely a good fit for outpatient care.
There are many factors to consider when choosing between online and in-person learning. Here are the pros and cons of doing caregiver training online.
Fast Track to Employment is a program that helps low-income clients secure long-term employment. Clients who participate will receive access to one of our employment specialists and a case manager, plus continued support over the course of the program. Our goal is to help clients find careers and remain successful in their roles.
For our anniversary celebration this year, Sunrise employees joined together at Rosehill Community Center. We shared inspiring client success stories, listened to a motivational speaker, ate good food, and enjoyed a fun team-building exercise.
The average American today spends more than 7 hours a day staring at one digital screen or another. Between our phones and TVs, the hours can add up. If you do work or schoolwork on a computer, you may well spend an extra eight hours staring at a bright screen every day.
Sometimes, though, behavioral patterns can seriously disrupt our goals, relationships, and overall health. Here’s how to tell when it’s time to talk to a behavioral health professional.
Our new Behavioral Health Director, Anthony Angerillo, has been focused on helping Sunrise providers and clients get back to in-person care for the past few months. At Sunrise, we believe it’s very important to meet clients where they’re at, including starting to see clients in person again if they want to be seen in person.
The Therapeutic Options Certification is a certification for individuals who want to teach therapeutic options to other instructors, educators, and caregivers. It gives individuals the tools and knowledge to successfully protect people under their care by reducing violence and negative outcomes, all in an effort to build relationships and stop problems before they start.
Caregiving roles provide a lot of opportunities to learn and practice new skills. You may be asked to do all sorts of tasks, from running errands to medical-related tasks like checking blood pressure.