Mental Health Disorder Treatment

Mental Health Disorder Treatment

Mental Health Disorder TreatmentThe need for mental health disorder treatment programs is increasing. Mental health disorders are far more common than most people realize. 20% of Americans suffer from some form of a mental health disorder and approximately 4% of Americans suffer from severe mental illness that may require ongoing therapy, medication, partial or full hospitalization. The cause of mental illnesses are varied and not completely known.

According to the CDC,

“There is no single cause for mental illness. A number of factors can contribute to risk for mental illness, such as

  • Adverse Childhood Experiences, such as trauma or a history of abuse (for example, child abuse, sexual assault, witnessing violence, etc.)
  • Experiences related to other ongoing (chronic) medical conditions, such as cancer or diabetes
  • Biological factors or chemical imbalances in the brain
  • Use of alcohol or drugs
  • Having feelings of loneliness or isolation”


About Our Mental Health Disorder Treatment Programs


Sobriety Options can help you or a loved one find the best mental health disorder treatment program possible. Whether you or your loved one needs inpatient our outpatient help, our mental health disorder  programs can help. Common mental health disorders our facilities treat include, but are not limited to:

Major Depression

Post-Traumatic Stress

Anxiety Disorders

Personality Disorders

Panic Disorder

Borderline Personality Disorder

Suicidal Ideation

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Bipolar Disorder

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder


Social Anxiety Disorder

Social Phobia

Specific Phobia

At Sobriety Options, our Admission Advisors are some of the most experienced in the field and they are knowledgeable and understanding about mental health disorders and their treatment. They are here to answer questions about mental health disorder treatment programs 24 hours a day.

When you call in either for yourself or for a loved one, our Admissions staff will answer the questions you have about quality of care, our licenses and accreditations and also information about our treatment facilities and the process of admission. They’ll first learn more about you or your loved one’s struggle with mental health and then review your health insurance with you to determine if your insurance provider will cover the cost of treatment. Once they understand more about your benefits, they will call back and provide you with options and arrange travel to and from treatment if you like your options.


About Our Locations Offering Mental Health Disorder Treatment


Sobriety Options has 7 facilities in total in Southern California, two of which are dedicated to treating mental health disorders in an in-patient setting. They are both located in Murrieta, CA, voted one of the safest cities in America just outside of San Diego in upscale locations.

The clinical, medical and counseling staff maintain over 100 years of collective experience. Moreover the treatment centers aren’t just licensed and in good standing with the CA Department of Health Care Services, they are also accredited with the Joint Commission, the highest level of accreditation available.


Get Into the Best Mental Health Disorder Treatment Program Now


If you need help for yourself or for a loved one, is here to help. We are open 24 hours a day and 365 days per year to help those suffering from substance abuse disorder and mental health disorders find their path to freedom from addiction and suffering.


Call Us Any Time at (855) 485-0071

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