Individual Seeking Help
The act of asking for help is not something most people were taught to do or encouraged to do starting from a young age. While asking for help may be considered weak or inferior to some, those that ask for help usually have much greater success overcoming their personal roadblocks and challenges.
Asking for help and recognizing it is time to ask for help is often the most difficult first step on the road to recovery. The staff members of Strategic Behavioral Center– Raleigh are here to listen and help you decide the best course of action.
Please call (855) 537-2262 to schedule a free, confidential assessment.
Families or Friends of Someone Seeking Help
Approaching someone and letting them know they need help can be sometimes be a hard task. There are times when a person knows they need help, but they are still in denial. Other times, some people just need that extra vote of confidence in know that asking for help is the right thing to do. If you are a family member or friend of someone who needs help, it is important to know that you are one of the most important people in providing support and assisting them in getting the help that they need.
At Strategic Behavioral Center – Raleigh, we provide many types of programs and services where we will work together to determine the best program for your friend or loved one.
If you are unsure about how to approach your friend or loved one, simply call us at (855) 537-2262 we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer all your questions.
Tips When Asking for Help:
- Explain to the person your reason for concern in a caring manner while staying calm. It is best to write down your list of concerns because it can be easy to get side tracked or off topic.
- Be available to help support the person in need. Offer to take them for the assessment and ask if they would like you to be present during the assessment.
- That initial phone call for help may be difficult for the person in need. Offering to make the call together can sometimes ease the nerves of the person in need.
Call us at (855) 537-2262 and ask about mental health Help.