If depression has you feeling hopeless, you’ve come to the right place. The Center has been voted a Top Ten Facility for Depression Treatment.
Our Admissions Team can take your call between 8am-5pm PT.
Depression is not a mental health condition that you have the power to “will” away. It requires a whole person approach to identify and treat your symptoms. At The Center • A Place of HOPE, we personalize your treatment program to address your individual needs.
As a result of over thirty years of depression treatment expertise, The Center • A Place of HOPE was voted a Top 10 Depression Treatment Center in the United States.
We begin with your Initial Comprehensive Personal Assessment. This helps us understand the areas of your life that have contributed to your depression:
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Each insurance carrier provides different levels of coverage for different treatment programs, but we can give you a good estimate based on historical data from each carrier. Unfortunately, we are unable to bill state and federally funded insurance or HMO plans.
We do accept private pay for treatment. Many people like this option to ensure they receive additions to their treatment, customization, and details that insurance might not provide.
The Center works with most major insurance providers. Learn more about our various financing options by clicking below.
We are always respectful of your personal journey, allowing you to heal in an atmosphere of trust and compassion.
Recovery from depression can be a complex journey, from uncovering issues from your past to evaluating you for co-occurring issues such as substance abuse, anxiety, an eating disorder, or other issues. We specialize in helping you through these issues, and finding your way to wholeness.
We are truly committed to addressing you as a whole-person and assisting you on your journey to recovery. If you are curious about some of the symptoms and causes of depression, have a look at our depression test.
Does a close family member or loved one need help? We can help. We also have a detailed guide on how to help someone who is depressed.
To learn more about our other treatment programs, visit our Anxiety, PTSD & Trauma, and Eating Disorder treatment page for more information.
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