Inpatient Depression Treatment

Inpatient Depression Treatment Program

At Renaissance Recovery, we are proud to offer inpatient treatment for depression through our dual-diagnosis addiction programs, and our residential mental health sister program, Connections Mental Health

For those who primarily need mental health treatment and not addiction, Connections provides a comfortable, safe, and family-like environment where you or your loved one can receive evidence-based inpatient mental health treatment for depression.

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What Is Inpatient Treatment for Depression?

Inpatient treatment for depression involves staying at a medical or therapeutic facility for a period of time, typically ranging from a few weeks to several months.

This type of treatment is designed for anyone who needs more intensive and structured care than is available through outpatient services.

Major depression treatment often includes a combination of therapies such as individual counseling, group therapy, medication management, and other holistic approaches aimed at treating severe or chronic depression as well as the underlying causes of depression.

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What Are Treatment Centers for Depression Like?

Before embarking on their journey at a treatment center for depression, clients will undergo a thorough admissions process to help identify their unique needs. 

This initial step involves a clinical staff member engaging in a detailed consultation with the client, exploring their life experiences and symptoms. This conversation is pivotal in assessing the suitability of this program for their specific needs.

Depression treatment therapy is a diverse field with various approaches tailored to meet individual needs and conditions.

Among the commonly used therapeutic methods for mental health disorders are:

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Depression Treatment Therapies

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

 CBT centers on the relationship between thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors. It helps people in developing coping skills to effectively tackle life’s challenges and stressors. CBT is widely used in treating a range of mental health issues, including depression, anxiety, and OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder).

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

An extension of CBT, DBT focuses on self-acceptance and understanding. It aims to diminish distressing emotions and dysfunctional behaviors. DBT is especially beneficial for individuals with personality disorders, bipolar disorder, and ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder).

Motivational Interviewing

Motivational Interviewing is designed to enhance motivation and commitment toward change. By harnessing a person’s internal motivations and values, these therapies facilitate a more engaged and active participation in the treatment process, making them a valuable component in the journey towards mental wellness.
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Who Can Inpatient Depression Treatment Help?

Inpatient depression treatment is for any individual who may be struggling with long-term, chronic depression, where previous outpatient treatments or self-help strategies haven’t brought the desired relief.

Beyond this, inpatient depression treatment is inclusive of people who may be dealing with dual diagnoses, where depression coexists with other mental health issues like anxiety disorders, substance use disorders, or trauma-related conditions. In such cases, a comprehensive treatment approach can address the complexities of co-occurring conditions.

Treatment for depression offers a path toward recovery and a better quality of life. It’s a step toward not just alleviating symptoms but also empowering people with the skills and resilience required for long-term mental wellness.

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How Do I Know if I Qualify for a Depression Treatment Center?

If you’re experiencing symptoms of depression such as persistent sadness, changes in sleep patterns, reduced interest in everyday activities, fatigue, feelings of worthlessness, or thoughts of self-harm, and these symptoms have been ongoing for more than two weeks, it may be time to consider an inpatient program.

When depression starts to significantly impact your daily life, disrupting your ability to work, study, maintain relationships, or take care of yourself, inpatient care can provide the intensive support needed to address these challenges.

If you’ve tried outpatient therapies or medication with limited success, an inpatient setting can offer a more focused and comprehensive approach. Inpatient treatment provides a structured environment with access to various therapeutic modalities and medical care.

If you or a loved one is grappling with depression and wondering if inpatient treatment is the right step, we invite you to call our friendly team who can help answer any questions and check your insurance coverage for treatment. 

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Call out friendly team today to get world-class care for yourself or a loved one. 

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Does Insurance Cover Inpatient Depression Treatment?

If you’re like many others struggling with drug or alcohol addiction, the cost of treatment may be a barrier preventing you from getting help. To help alleviate cost concerns, Renaissance Recovery is proud to partner with a number of insurance providers who can provide up to 100% treatment coverage.

If you have concerns about missing work, or losing your insurance due to your stay, you don’t need to worry. If you have been at your job for at least 1 year, the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) decrees that employers must provide pay & retain employers during a time of medical leave, and will have no access to health records of what kind of treatment you are undergoing, just that it’s a medical leave of absence. 

To find out how much you’re covered for, call our friendly team today at (866) 693-3821, or click Verify Insurance below. 

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Get Inpatient Depression Treatment at Renaissance Recovery

Do you or someone that you care about need help addressing depression that’s disrupting your life? If so, choose a mental health treatment program at Renaissance Recovery in Huntington Beach, California.

For those who need more support and structure in major depressive disorder treatments, Connections is our sister program in Southern California. The beachside facility is small, welcoming, and inclusive. You will join a small group of peers to engage with depression treatments that may include:

  • Medications
  • Talk therapies like CBT or DBT
  • Individual and group counseling
  • Family therapy
  • Holistic treatments 

Call Renaissance today at 866.330.9449 and start addressing the signs of depression right away.

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