Men and women struggling with mental disorders and diseases frequently struggle to hold down jobs, build strong lasting relationships and enjoy life. They often feel hopeless and powerless to improve their lives, and may spiral downward into homelessness, isolation from family and friends, joblessness, poverty and even death. While outpatient mental health facilities can provide clients with highly valuable treatment, the Hanbleceya (facebook.com/HanbleceyaCaresAboutNormandyPark) centers, located in the Northwest near Seattle and in southern California, combine outpatient treatment with a residential treatment model. Clients receive treatment and instruction off-site in the mental health treatment company’s offices, and temporarily reside in nearby houses and facilities.
The company’s two sister locations, Hanbleceya Seattle (treatment.psychologytoday.com/rms/name/Hanbleceya_La+Mesa_California_146140?name=Hanbleceya_La+Mesa_California_146140) and Hanbleceya San Diego, help patients dealing with all types of mental illnesses and disorders. Hanbleceya Seattle, located in Normandy Park, Wash., and Hanbleceya San Diego, located in Mesa, Calif., offer clients the tools and methods they need to improve their mental health and function productively in society. The counselors and staff at the facilities involve clients’ parents, friends and family members in the treatment process, helping to strengthen bonds and relationships that may have weakened due to the clients’ mental struggles.
Hanbleceya reviews the cases of clients confronting many kinds of mental conditions and illnesses. Some patients come to Hanbleceya to confront disorders such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), bipolar disorder, depression, multiple personality disorder, borderline personality disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
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