Entries by eSkyCityQA

There is Value in your Mental Health

Our health is valuable and mental health is a big part of our health continuum. Even if our body is healthy, if our mental health is unstable, nothing seems in balance. Feelings like depression and anxiety can make us unable to carry out even the simplest of daily tasks; tasks our healthy body should be […]

Lake Behavioral Hospital: Always Finding a Way

Wisconsin residents who need mental health services can now be treated close to home. In an unprecedented agreement between more than a dozen municipalities and taking more than 5 years to complete the process, the team at Lake Behavioral Hospital proudly announces a “GO Live” date of May 30,2023, for Chapter 51 patients to receive […]

Lake Behavioral Hospital: Intensive Outpatient Programs

The Intensive Outpatient (adults) and Partial Hospital Programs (youth 13-17 years old) at Lake Behavioral Hospital are grounded in group therapy. Group therapy has proven successful in helping patients grow and learn, and thrive in recovery from mental illness and substance abuse. The following skills that are developed during our peer-supported programs are what makes […]

Medication Management is Important

Managing medication can be tough; especially if you have medicines to treat both physical health and mental health conditions; or if you are taking several medications. For that reason, please allow us to help you learn more about your medications, hear any feedback about how your meds are helping you, and make sure that your […]

Is IOP Right for You? Here are some facts.

Therapy is important. Therapy creates a foundational impact for health. Therapy saves lives. It is a step in recovery that should not be missed. The Lake Behavioral Hospital Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is one way to get support for a mental health condition in an environment that allows you to return too work and home, […]

Mental Health Month May Mean Making Changes

May has been the identified month for mental health since 1949. It means changing our beliefs about what it means to be unwell, making personal efforts to reduce stigma, and accepting responsibility for staying as mentally healthy as we possibly can. It may also mean making changes to become healthier and keeping our health in […]

May is Mental Health Month

May is Mental Health Month and no conversation in mental health is more important than one about suicide. Let’s start with some general information; some statistics about suicide in the US. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, suicide was responsible for nearly 49,000 deaths in 2021. That is one death every 11 […]

Lake Behavioral Hospital: Partial Hospitalization Program for Teens

The challenges that teens face every day can prevent them from living their best life. Social media pressures, peer concerns and academic worries can all cause anxiety, stress, and depression. Teens, especially, have the potential for becoming unwell as they are making every effort to individuate and be independent, and don’t always share what is […]

Partial Hospitalization Programming for teens can make a difference

Being a part of a PHP (Partial Hospitalization Program) can truly have an impact. It is an effective mode of treatment for teens because it offers freedom to continue to connect to both home and positive peer support systems. When inpatient support is not needed or a teen has completed a stay in the hospital, […]

May is Mental Health Month

Since 1949, May has been the month chosen to focus on mental wellness; reducing stigma and promoting mental health. The National Alliance on Mental Illness indicates in much of its literature that 1 in 5 of us, that is “one of us”, will be affected by mental illness in our lifetime. With that in mind, […]