It is tempting to take our mental health for granted when all is going well. However, when encountering an unforeseen mental health setback it may come as a shock to experience the difficult and sometimes debilitating effects of a mental health disorder. Suddenly, daily life becomes colored by the unpredictable mood swings, irritability, or desire to isolate. A mental health disorder can negatively impact all areas of life, including home life, our jobs, our health, and our relationships.
Relief from the symptoms of a mental health disorder can be achieved through a customized treatment plan that is designed for the individual’s specific needs. Integrated treatment elements will form a multi-pronged approach that helps ease the emotional disturbance resulting from the diagnosed disorder. Working in tandem with an expert clinical team provides the support and guidance needed to reclaim healthy functioning and to restore quality of life.
of people who die by suicide have a diagnosed mental health condition
of people who die by suicide have experienced symptoms of a mental health condition
of U.S. adults experience serious mental illness
of lesbian, gay and bisexual adults experience serious mental illness
“Being a KSC client gave me a new life. Being able to go to group everyday really gave my structure and to be able to be around staff that truly care and understand made a huge difference. I loved being a client KSC. Everyone made me feel special and felt like they always cared for me. Doing my trauma egg was a HUGE breakthrough in my recovery. I uncovered things I never even knew were there or bothered me. Opening about certain things really gave me the ability to take them head on and get through them, and not just alone but with my fellow peers. It was very therapeutic and made everyone in the group that much closer. i know have 1 year and 6 months clean and couldn’t have done it without KSC.”
Due to the impact of the Covid -19 Coronavirus, Mental Wellness by Ken Seeley is taking steps to be proactive in ensuring we are taking every precaution and following infection control procedures to help keep our Staff and clients safe and healthy. We will adjust our programming to help support keeping our clients and staff safe. We understand the extreme importance of staying educated, using preventative measures, and using scientific and medical data to help make our decisions.
We are closely watching developments from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Riverside Dept of Health, World Health Organization and the Joint Commission to ensure Mental Wellness by Ken Seeley is following current best practices to keep our clients and any others that come into contact with our Staff and clients safe.
We are accepting clients and have reinforced each step of our Admissions process to ensure we are identifying risk factors to help protect our community. Please contact us for more information.
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