The Faces of Mental Health
Mental health disorders affect people all over the globe, regardless of their age, ethnicity or gender.
Studies show that one in four people in the world experience some form of mental disorder in their lifetime, and the rate of mental illness in youth is steadily rising. Whether you experience mild or severe symptoms, it is crucial that you seek the guidance of a mental health professional to ensure that your needs are met.
Triangle Springs offers integrated treatment programs designed to work with individuals through each personalized step of recovery, as you become happier, stronger and healthier than ever before.
Mental health does not discriminate: less than half seek help
NAMI found that 18.5 percent of American adults and 13 percent of children between the ages of five and 18 experience a mental illness in a given year.
Mental health help available to veterans in face of long VA wait times
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration found that 18.5 percent of service members returning from Iraq or Afghanistan suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder.
Stress, anxiety mount as students return to college, leave home for 1st time
Social withdrawal is a red flag that friends and family should watch for, and can be a sign even from afar that mental health issues are present.
Employee mental wellness as important as physical health, professionals say
As the national conversation around mental wellness progresses, employers can help prioritize mental health as equally as physical health by bringing in professionals and reducing the stigma surrounding openly addressing these issues.
Blacks 10% more likely to report psychological distress, less likely to seek help
The black community is suffering from mental health issues at a disproportionately high rate compared to the general population, but seeks assistance at a lower rate.
Women more likely to have mental illness, men less likely to seek treatment
Mental health issues plague both men and women, but the number of women impacted by mental illness far exceeds the number of men.