No one wants to think they or their family members might be struggling with mental health. Many Americans avoid talking about mental health issues, which can lead to the impression that they’re rare and only happen to other people. In reality, almost half of U.S. adults will experience a mental illness at some point during their lifetime.
If you’re seeking behavioral health services, it can be confusing and stressful navigating your options, but we are here to help. The type of behavioral health care service you choose typically depends on your condition. The main categories of care generally include emergency care, outpatient care, hospitalization, partial hospitalization, residential treatment centers, and integrated services.
Job search-related stresses can lead to worse mental health symptoms, which can in turn interfere with work tasks or deter potential employers. To break up this cycle, Sunrise helped with a new pilot program called the Supported Employment Pilot (SEP) for 219 qualifying Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) clients.
It can be difficult to admit you need drug addiction therapy. But once you’ve decided to seek help, there are many options to help you overcome chemical dependency and improve your life. One of the most effective, well-established addiction therapy options is dialectal behavioral therapy.
As the population ages, job opportunities for caregivers are expected to rapidly increase. 2020 is a great time to get into this growing field and pursue specialized training opportunities that set you up for long-term success.
Please welcome Jace Angelly as new Director of Sunrise Behavioral Health. Jace comes to us with a 10 year background in Social Services which include Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Use Disorder. Most recently he served as Clinical Director of an outpatient treatment center in Canyon Park. Jace believes our clients are Individuals stigmatized […]
We would like to congratulate our newest Sunrise Director, Lindsy Hubby, as he assumes his role as head of the Community Placement Programs Division.
As a future caregiver, you’ve chosen a fulfilling career that can make a visible difference in people’s lives. However, you’ll need to complete a certified caregiver training program before you can get to work. Here are the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions about caregiver training.
Nurses can’t always be around. That’s why it’s so important for caregivers to be able to take on daily responsibilities involving the well-being of their patients. In order to meet these needs, many caregivers choose to go the extra mile by training to complete nurse-delegated healthcare tasks in addition to their typical responsibilities.
Caregivers have very special jobs that require a unique combination of skills and talents. Working with clients to provide physical, mental, and even emotional care and support each day can be difficult and taxing.