Confidential, free, effective help is now available to anyone experiencing a mental health crisis. If you or someone you know is experiencing emotional distress, suicidal thoughts, or facing a substance abuse crisis call or text 988. For more information about mental health crisis intervention click here. For medical emergencies still use 911.
You need to realize that the world is better because you’re in it.
If your interactions at home, school, or on social media don’t support that fact, something needs to change. Anxiety, depression, hopelessness, fear, trauma, and stress can affect the lives of people of all ages. If you feel that you or your child is suffering from a mental health issue your doctors at Cornerstone want to know about it so we can help.
Cornerstone doctors can confidentially help identify the issues that need to be treated and coordinate care for therapy or psychiatric treatment if necessary. Our doctors are well-versed in the treatment of routine childhood and adolescent mental health issues and can prescribe medication for adolescent depression and anxiety when indicated. If you or your child is suffering, please ask to speak to your doctor today. We can only help if we know what you’re going through.
Prevention of serious mental illness and suicide starts with early intervention. Don’t hesitate to seek help. Contact your doctor or find a mental health provider here.
Warning signs that you may have a mental health condition that needs medical attention include:
- Persistent sadness lasting two weeks or more
- Drastic changes in behavior, mood, or personality
- Withdrawing from social interactions that you usually enjoy
- Hurting oneself or thinking about hurting oneself
- Thinking about death or suicide
- Extreme irritability or emotional outbursts
- Out-of-control behavior that can be harmful
- Persistent changes in eating habits
- Weight loss
- Difficulty sleeping
- Frequent headaches or stomachaches
- Changes in school performance
- Avoiding or missing school
- Difficulty concentrating
For mental health crisis intervention call or text 988.