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Illicit drug abuse is one of the biggest issues that our country is currently facing. According to the CDC, over 38,000 people died of drug overdoses in the United States in 2010 – outnumbering the deaths attributed to motor vehicle accidents, homicides, and suicide. Sadly, as the years go by and illicit drug use in the U.S. increases, so does the number of fatal drug overdoses.

However, there are a number of negative consequences other than overdose that can occur because of drug abuse. These consequences span from an individual to a national and global level. Drug abuse has a huge impact on several areas of society including crime, quality of life, homelessness, employment, and child welfare. The prevalence of illicit drugs such as heroin, cocaine, methamphetamines, and marijuana has sparked both international and family conflict. It has torn apart families and caused addiction to be the most neglected disease in America.

But the road to recovery is closer than you may think. Treatment centers like HARP will welcome anyone suffering from drug addiction with open arms. The first step towards a sober life is a successful detox program. While the process may vary based on each person’s specific needs and type of drug, we can give you the counseling, medication, and support you need to make a speedy recovery. Contact HARP today if you or a loved one is suffering from illicit drug abuse and is ready to make a change for the better.

Types of Mental Health Issues

Mental health issues include an expansive variety of illnesses and disorders. Some of the most common types of mental illness include:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Eating disorders
  • Psychotic disorders
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder

Symptoms of Mental Health Disorders

Symptoms of mental health disorders vary from illness to illness, but even people diagnosed with the same disorder may exhibit dissimilar symptoms.

  • Depression – While it’s normal to feel sad or down every so often, depression is noted by feelings of sadness, fatigue, and hopelessness over a longer period of time. This can also include insomnia, aches and pains, and suicidal ideation, among numerous other connected symptoms.
  • Anxiety disorders – Those diagnosed with anxiety disorders respond to certain everyday situations or objects with intense fear, dread, or panic with physical symptoms to match, like sweating, difficulty breathing, and increased heart rate
  • Eating disorders – These involve intense feelings, behaviors, and attitudes surrounding food and weight.

  • Psychotic disorders – These disorders involve a distorted conception of reality, usually involving hallucinations and delusions.
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder – PTSD often occurs after a highly traumatic or terrifying event.
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder – Those with OCD develop constant fears and thoughts that force them to perform compulsive routines throughout the day.

Treatments for Mental Health Problems


Treatments for mental health disorders often combine pharmacological treatments, behavioral therapy, and some sort of support, either from a group, therapist, or family member.


Medication can help balance chemicals, while therapy encourages you to work out personal issues and develop methods of coping with stressful situations. Exposure therapies can help with anxiety disorders by gradually exposing patients to fearful situations that trigger anxiety or panic attacks. That gradual exposure allows people to face their fears in a controlled environment to hopefully reduce their anxieties.


HARP can provide inpatient mental health rehab services for mental health issues stemming from or contributing to drug abuse and addiction. We offer a skilled team of professionals who can provide counseling and medication and create a safe, supportive space to ensure your personal improvement and wellness. If you have any questions or want to get help today, we encourage you to contact us at (877) 806-5022 and enroll in our comprehensive mental health treatment center.

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