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Hispanic Communities and Mental Health

According to the National Alliance on Mental Health Illness, “Approximately 34% of Hispanic/Latinx adults with mental illness receive treatment each year compared to the U.S. average of 45%.” In this article we'll discuss the barriers to mental health in Hispanic communities. 

How To Support A Loved One With Depression

Whether you personally struggle with depression or know someone that does it is important to know how to best give support to those around you or explain to your loved ones how they can best support you.

TriWest Healthcare Alliance to Serve Veterans

Partnership Helps Make Residential Mental Health and Addiction Treatment More Accessible

6 Benefits of Peer Support for Mental Health

An extremely beneficial way to combat mental illness is to attend peer support groups for mental health. Here is a list from clinical psychologist David Susman PhD of six reasons a support group could best serve your needs.

Jackson House La Mesa Joins United Health Care/Optum

Jackson House La Mesa is proud to officially join United Health Care / Optum’s network of care.

3 Tips for a Less Stressful Day

Do you want to live a less stressful life? Try following these three tips from our team to help reduce stress on a daily basis.

Why Choose Residential Treatment for Managing Your Mental Illness

If you are struggling with a mental illness there are a lot of different options to help you feel better. In this article we'll talk about the benefits of residential treatment for mental illness.

Jackson House is Making Residential Mental Health Treatment More Accessible

Company Provides In-network Coverage for Many California Health Insurance Plans

Moving On From Depression: How to Avoid a Relapse

A relapse of a depressive episode is, sadly, common among depression sufferers. Recognizing the symptoms of a relapse and understanding how to lower your risk can help alleviate further physical and emotional distress.

When to Seek Help for Depression

Depression is seemingly invisible. You can be very sick but, from the outside, it may be hard for others to tell something is wrong. It can even be hard for you to determine if your feelings are normal or cause enough to visit a doctor. 

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