Mental Health

Your emotional, psychological, and social well-being is important at every stage of your growth and is essential for leading a happy and rewarding life. Your mental health affects how you think, feel, and act while helping you to determine how you handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. If you are suffering from a mental health disorder, it may seem like you are solely on your own when experiencing particular symptoms, and if left untreated, it can grow in severity with time.

At Valor Behavioral Health, we want you to know you are not alone and offer a wide range of services to address many different types of mental health challenges. Whether you suffer from trauma, anxiety issues, PTSD, bipolar disorder, depression, or any other mental illness, we will work together to determine the proper treatment approach. Our outpatient facility has licensed healthcare professionals trained and committed to working with our patients and their loved ones in hopes of helping them move towards a healthier ethos through a supervised treatment program and therapies. We help our patients receive the proper attention they require to control their symptoms and improve their quality of life with better mental health.

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Dual Diagnosis

Dual Diagnosis is the term to describe people who have both a mental disorder and an alcohol or drug problem. These circumstances occur repeatedly, and the patient must treat both conditions appropriately.

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Depression is a mental health mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness or loss of interest in activities. It affects how you feel, think, and behave, causing significant impairment in daily life.

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Anxiety is an emotion characterized by feelings of worry, tension, and unease, typically about an imminent event and uncertain outcomes. Those with anxiety usually have recurring concerns or intrusive thoughts.

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Addiction is a neuropsychological disorder in which the individual has a compulsive, chronic, physiological, or psychological need for a habit-forming substance, behavior, or activity. In most cases, the outcome will have harmful psychological, physical, or social effects and cause unpleasant symptoms upon withdrawal or abstinence.

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Emotional Trauma

Emotional trauma is the result of experiences or events that leave a person feeling profoundly unsafe and vulnerable. It can occur from an isolated event or an ongoing occurrence.

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Post-traumatic stress disorder is a mental health disorder in which a person has difficulty recovering after experiencing or witnessing a frightening event. The condition can last for long periods with specific triggers that can bring back emotional memories of the trauma.

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Long-Term Healing

Our treatment program is designed to provide long-lasting recovery and improve all our patients’ quality of life.

Community Support

Valor is dedicated to utilizing the support of the community to deliver the best program possible to assist long-term mental health.

Collaborative Care

We collaborate with our community, employees, and clients to improve the caliber and effectiveness of our programs.