Urgent Care for Depression: Our Guide
Depression can be truly life-altering, and you may not even realize you have it sometimes. Mental health is being discussed more than ever before and we want you to know all of us here at Remedy value your health on both a physical and mental level. We want to ensure each and every one of our patients knows our urgent care facilities, whether they’re in-person, via telemedicine, or from a house call doctor are all safe and secure spaces where you can talk about anything going on in your life. We want to hear about the good and the bad, and help you make the next best course of action to solve whatever is going on. Read on to discover how we may be able to help you bounce back from a depressive episode or even a full case of depression with the help of our excellent medical staff.
Sometimes It’s Best to Talk to Anyone…
If you’re suffering from depression and feel alone in the battle, you can always count on us to be a listening ear. We are trained to assist in matters related to certain mental illnesses and we’ll always assess your condition and recommend the appropriate next steps. We want to be there for you when you need us most and sometimes we all just need someone to talk to and vent about what’s going on in our lives.
Referring You to the Right Specialist
We want you to seek the right help from the right specialist, so we’ll most likely refer you to a highly-qualified psychologist or psychiatrist to best assist you in this time of need. Whether it’s grief recovery, substance abuse, past trauma; or all of the above causing your depression, we’ll be able to help you find the right specialist to help you recover. Mental health is so important as it allows you to properly function day-to-day and be the best you can be. Maintaining your mental health through therapy, medication, or counseling can truly make a world of difference in how you feel.
Choosing Remedy for Urgent Care & Compassion, Today
Maintaining your mental health in today’s day and age can be tougher than ever. We know this and want to help. Feel free to book an appointment for a telemedicine visit 24/7-365 or a housecall doctor visit from 8am-8pm and see why Remedy is one of the best when it comes to helping our valued patients. We look forward to helping you on your journey to mental health recovery and wellness and we’re truly here for you.
*If you or someone you know is feeling suicidal or contemplating suicide, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at: 1-800-273-8255*