Mental Health Resources

Finding Hope & Treating Depression

We understand you may be hurting. You may feel alone, suffering under an unbearable sense of grief, sadness, hopelessness, or isolation. But you are not alone. What you may not know is that, in the United States, 16 million Americans battle depression every year, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Depression affects every person differently, but depression is treatable.
At Clearview, we have been successfully treating depression for over 20 years. We know you might have many questions about depression. We hope you find our depression resources helpful in your pursuit of answers. If you or a loved on is seeking treatment for depression or has questions about depression treatment, please reach out to our friendly admissions counselors. Recovery is possible and we can help you or a loved one.

Top Questions About Mental Health

Depression is more acute than a few hours or days of sadness. It’s a serious mood disorder that causes severe, debilitating symptoms. There are many signs to be looking for if you or someone you love seems depressed. Take a look at our 10 signs of Anorexia to look for in yourself or a loved one.

Depression is more acute than a few hours or days of sadness. It’s a serious mood disorder that causes severe, debilitating symptoms. There are many signs to be looking for if you or someone you love seems depressed. Take a look at our 10 signs of Depression to look for in yourself or a loved one.

Depression is more acute than a few hours or days of sadness. It’s a serious mood disorder that causes severe, debilitating symptoms. There are many signs to be looking for if you or someone you love seems depressed. Take a look at our 10 signs of Depression to look for in yourself or a loved one.

Depression is more acute than a few hours or days of sadness. It’s a serious mood disorder that causes severe, debilitating symptoms. There are many signs to be looking for if you or someone you love seems depressed. Take a look at our 10 signs of Depression to look for in yourself or a loved one.

Depression is more acute than a few hours or days of sadness. It’s a serious mood disorder that causes severe, debilitating symptoms. There are many signs to be looking for if you or someone you love seems depressed. Take a look at our 10 signs of Depression to look for in yourself or a loved one.

How to treat Mental Health?

With over 20 years of experience, Clearview offers a complete continuum of care, providing you the consistency in your treatment that will help you sustain your progress.
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Treatment Options for Mental Health

On-Site Residential Treatment Options

The Villa Orlando and Smoky Mountain Lodge offer on-site and off-site treatment options. Residents may begin at any level of care; however, we highly recommend each new resident begin with Intensive Residential Treatment and then move through the levels of care as progress is made.

Off-Site Treatment Options

Day Treatment is more intensive than outpatient care but is less intensive than our community-based residential treatment.

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

A Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is the most comprehensive outpatient program available. Our clinical team of board-certified psychiatrists, licensed clinical social workers, registered art therapists and licensed professional counselors partner with clients and families to set the clinical goals and a pathway to recovery.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Intensive outpatient programs are a step down from partial hospitalization programs and offer a less restrictive environment.

With over 20 years of proven experience, Clearview can help you or a loved one find the path to a better life.

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