How You Can Observe Teen Mental Health Awareness Day

At Fort Behavioral Health in Fort Worth, Texas, our licensed therapists and addiction treatment professionals emphasize teen mental health treatment as an essential part of our teen recovery program. If you are a teen who may have a mental health disorder that is accelerating drug or alcohol use, our Fort Behavioral Health team can help.…

What Should You Do if You Need Opioid Detox?

Opioid addiction carries a high risk of having an overdose, so it’s essential to seek treatment if you have an opioid addiction. Opioid substances, such as prescription painkillers, can cause serious and potentially dangerous withdrawal symptoms. Being in an opioid addiction treatment program under professional supervision helps ensure that you or your loved one stays…

Common Signs of Manic Depression

Manic depression in teens, also known as bipolar disorder, can be challenging for you and your son to manage alone. Bipolar disorder involves episodes of heightened mania and bouts of severe depression, which can last a lifetime. While most people receive a diagnosis in adolescence or adulthood, the symptoms can appear earlier in childhood. With…

Signs Your Child Needs an Adolescent Treatment Program

You know your child better than anyone else. However, it may be difficult for you to recognize signs that your adolescent may need professional help for an addiction. But if your adolescent is struggling with addiction, it’s more important than anything else to get them the help they need. Sometimes that needed help may take…

Signs You Have An Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol use disorder (AUD), also known as alcohol addiction, involves being unable to control drinking regardless of the consequences. However, recognizing alcohol addiction signs may inspire you to seek assistance at an alcohol rehab in Fort Worth, Texas. Contact Fort Behavioral Health by calling 844.332.1807 to learn more about the signs of alcoholism, including: Uncontrollable Urges…