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nebbysbag April 4 2019, 12:17:52 UTC
What are you confused about? She entered a mental health facility. They tend to specialize in people who need extra help managing. People with conditions like bipolar, schizophrenia, depression, anxiety disorders etc.

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palosantos April 4 2019, 12:53:04 UTC
Thank you.

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keskt April 4 2019, 15:14:17 UTC

I think people going to inpatient treatment for mental health is confusing/foreign to a lot of people (understandably so) as it’s not as common as people going for addiction. Plenty of facilities deal with both but for the average person you usually hear about people going for drug addiction

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karis_azura April 4 2019, 12:52:45 UTC
I've been to rehab but not for drugs, alcohol, etc. Just was going through a hard time...they specialize in lots of different things.

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cbluechicken April 4 2019, 13:49:16 UTC
Is it required that you spent at least 30 days?

My mental health has taken a dip these past few months.

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scheisse April 4 2019, 13:56:11 UTC
no, i don't think so, but it could depend on the institution. i'm sure there are some around you that offer outpatient treatment, but whether out or inpatient is best would be something you could talk to a doctor about.

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