May is Mental Health Awareness Month, a time to raise awareness about mental illness and reflect on the impact of mental health issues on individuals, families and communities. According to the CDC, anxiety and mood disorders are the most common types of mental illness, with depression affecting more than 26% of the U.S. adults at any given time and placing persons at higher risk for suicide. According to the World Health Organization, mental illness accounts for more disability than any other group of illness including cancer and heart disease. Evidence shows that positive mental health is associated with improved physical health. Unfortunately, negative attitudes caused by underlying stigma about mental illness can cause delayed treatment and interfere with recovery. Glen Rose Medical Center has been providing quality Mental Health Treatment for older adults and seniors for 16 years. If you or a loved one suffers from a mental condition, talk to your Primary Care Physician or call SeniorCare at 254-898-9035. Glen Rose Medical Center…devoted to leading the way to a healthier you!
Everyone at SeniorCare treated me wonderfully. They were all so kind and helpful. Not sure where I’d be today without them. I love you all! You literally saved my life and I’m doing well.
R.H. Glen Rose SeniorCare
I am so thankful that God led me to SeniorCare and for all four of the staff who were so helpful and encouraging. Keep up the good work!
O.M. Glen Rose SeniorCare