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1 in 5 people in the U.S. experience mental health problems each year. Mental Health affects anyone, regardless of age, race, social class, social life, or gender. It affects our well-being, daily life, and physical health.
At UI Health, we understand and we can help.
Mental Health includes:
- Anger Management
- Attention Deficit Disorder
- Eating Disorders
- Fears or Panic
- Learning Disabilities
- Loss of loved one
- Mood Changes
- Post-Traumatic Stress
- Relationship Interventions
- Sleep Disorder
- Substance Abuse
Daily life stressors might cause mental health symptoms.
It is important to seek help to understand and clarify concerns.
We can help with:
- Feeling helpless, hopeless, or sadness
- Trouble falling asleep or sleeping too much
- Poor appetite or over-eating
- Pulling away from family, friends, or personal activities
- Changes in your energy
- Smoking or drinking more than usual
- Feeling confused, forgetful, anxious, angry, upset, or worried
- Feeling fearful
- Fears of bullying
- Feeling isolated or lonely
Mental wellness is manageable. Mental Health providers at UI Health can help you get to the root of the problem. This will allow you to regain control on your life and feel better. Speak with one of our specialized behavior health counselors.
To stay healthy, check with a counselor to learn how to manage stress, overcome fears, develop confidence, make decisions and maintain your overall mental well-being.
If you or someone you know are experiencing symptoms or simply want to check your mental wellness, please call 866.600.CARE.