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Nearly 20 million adults in the United States suffer from major depressive disorder, but not even half receive treatment. With suicide among the top ten causes of death in the US, recognizing depression and treating it are critical. Depression has ripple effects throughout a person’s life, diminishing quality of life, the ability to function at work, relationships, and physical health, while also affecting friends and family. Help is available. There is a depression treatment center in Denver and a dual diagnosis treatment center for co-occurring depression and addiction. Mile High Recovery has you covered.

If you suffer from depression, chronic, recurring, or otherwise, please seek help. If you also have a substance use disorder, all the more reason to access professional treatment. At Mile High Recovery, our dual diagnosis treatment center provides coordinated care that addresses both your mental health diagnosis and your substance use disorder in tandem, which is considered best practice for the greatest long-term success. Find out more today by calling Mile High at 855.796.2102 or reaching out using our online form.

What Does Depression Look Like?

person sitting with their arms folded needing support from a Depression Treatment CenterDepression will not manifest exactly the same for everyone, but the commonalities are significant among those who suffer. Whether you have a major depressive disorder, persistent depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, or another presentation of depression such as postpartum depression or seasonal depression, you are likely to experience many of the signs below:

  • Loss of interest in almost everything, including activities and people that once mattered deeply to you
  • Abnormal sleep in either direction–insomnia or excessive sleep
  • Lack of energy and fatigue not explained by activity level
  • Loss of clarity, including brain fog and difficulty concentrating or making decisions and plans
  • Appetite and weight changes, including either rapid weight loss or gain
  • Noticeable changes to physical movement–typically a slowing down of movements or the unintended expression of random motions
  • Thoughts of death or suicide, which may or may not include planning or attempts

People with depression are not fully living while being at risk for death by suicide. Therefore, treatment for depression enables living and saves lives. Don’t wait to get the help you need to reawaken from the stasis that depression imposes on your life. Call Mile High today at 855.796.2102 and find out about our depression treatment center.

Depression and Addiction: Dual Diagnosis

About a third of those with addiction also suffer from depression. This co-occurring disorder can come about in one of two ways.

  1. Depression often drives people to turn to drugs or alcohol in an attempt to alleviate their symptoms. This is called self-medicating and can lead to abuse and addiction very quickly.
  2. Substance use disorders also lead to depression. Addiction can create or exacerbate loneliness, isolation, sadness, and hopelessness–feelings linked with depression.

If you receive a dual diagnosis of major depression and substance use disorder, you are statistically less likely to seek treatment than if you had one disorder or the other. But you can be helped – dual diagnosis treatment is highly effective, and you will be able to reclaim your life, mental health, and sobriety.

Finding Help at a Depression Treatment Center in Denver – Mile High Recovery

At Mile High Recovery, you will have access to cutting-edge, evidence-based depression therapy in Denver. Many of the treatment modalities offered by experienced, professional clinicians at Mile High are considered highly effective for depression and a dual diagnosis of depression and addiction.

For example, in our depression treatment program in Colorado, you will have access to:

  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
  • Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)
  • Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Group therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Addiction and mental health psychiatry

Don’t wait to seek support and help from professionals devoted to your well-being and healing. Mile High Recovery is situated in the heart of Denver’s Congress Park neighborhood, ready to welcome everyone in need of support and care. Call 855.796.2102 or use our online form to learn more and start your journey to health.