Treatment Programs in Auburn
Nine months into 2012, the number of suicides among Army and National Guard members was higher than for the entire year of 2011. One soldier who took her own life called a town near Auburn, Washington home. Though she received mental health treatment prior to deployment, she also spent 45 days in treatment for mental health issues and had to stop taking anti-anxiety medication prior to deployment.
The big debate is what exactly is causing this high rate of suicide. Is it any of the following?
- Lack of treatment services for soldiers after a deployment
- Lack of follow-up care for soldiers who receive mental health treatment
- Stigma against mental health care of any kind
If you are concerned that someone you love in Auburn, WA may be contemplating suicide, call 911. You can also contact us immediately and find a mental health treatment program that can help. Call today.
Immediate Intervention Is Necessary if Suicide Is a Possibility
If you believe that your loved one has attempted suicide or may attempt suicide, there is no time to waste. You should be able to get an emergency psychiatric hold that will last as long as 72 hours depending upon their mental health symptoms – in most states and under most serious circumstances. This can buy you the time you need to contact us at the phone number listed above and find the right mental health treatment program for your needs and secure a spot for your loved one.
Mental Health Treatment Can Limit the Risk of Suicide
Time is of the essence when a loved one is considering taking their own life. Call now to get the information you need about mental health treatment. It could save your loved one’s life.