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Depression: What You Need To Know

When a person has depression, it interferes with daily life and normal functioning. It can cause pain for both the person with depression and those who care about him or her. Doctors call this condition “depressive disorder,” or “clinical depression.” It is a real illness. It is not a sign of a person’s weakness or a character flaw. You can’t “snap out of” clinical depression. Most people who experience depression need treatment to get better.

Panic Disorder: When Fear Overwhelms

Do you sometimes have sudden attacks of anxiety and overwhelming fear that last for several minutes? Maybe your heart pounds, you sweat, and you feel like you can’t breathe or think. Do these attacks occur at unpredictable times with no obvious trigger, causing you to worry about the possibility of having another one at any time?

5 Things You Should Know About Stress

Stress can affect your health. It is important to pay attention to how you deal with minor and major stress events so that you know when to seek help. Everyone feels stressed from time to time. Some people may cope with stress more effectively or recover from stressful events more quickly than others. There are different types of stress—all of which carry physical and mental health risks.

Hallmarks of our approach

The hallmarks of our approach to patient care include the creation of a unique treatment program for each patient, based on a sensitive, thorough admissions process. 

BCOM Program

The primary goal of the treatment program at the BCOM is to promote personal independence, thereby, enabling our patients to return to a normal daily life routine as soon as possible.

Inpatient Care

Our inpatient care program serves individuals who are suffering from a range of disorders, such as feeling disorders, thought or thinking, severe sleep disorders, and substance abuse disorders.

The Behavioral Center of Michigan is accredited by the Joint Commission for the highest national standards for safety and quality of care and is committed to continually improving patient care.

We are available 24-hours a day, 7 Days a week to speak with you confidentially.  

Call us at 1.586.261-BCOM (2266)

We are available 24-hours a day, 7 Days a week

to speak  with you confidentially. 

Call us at 1.586.261-BCOM (2266)