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Eliza R.

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We all need to connect. Now more than ever. Especially when we are struggling. If you need help with substance use or your mental health, Rimrock Connect is here for you. Our Substance Use Specialists and Mental Health Professionals can connect with you online or by phone to provide you the support you need, wherever you are.

Please take our mental health self-evaluation survey which can help identify signs that you may be experiencing anxiety or depression.

  • Do you feel hopeless and sad?
  • Have you been thinking about hurting yourself?
  • Are you frequently sad or feel like crying for no specific reason?
  • Do you feel like you are letting people down or are no good?
  • Do you frequently feel irritated and cranky or do friends/family tell you that you seem to be in a bad mood?
  • Do you feel numb or detached?
  • Do you no longer enjoy activities that you used to?
  • Do you often feel physically restless and agitated?
  • Are you struggling to stay focused and complete tasks that you used to be able to do easily?
  • Do you find yourself feeling “stuck” or unable to stop thinking about certain things?
  • Do you have problems falling asleep?
  • Do you have problems staying asleep?
  • Do you find yourself waking up frequently in the middle of the night?
  • Do you have a lack of appetite?
  • Are you overeating?

If you answer yes to three or more of these questions, you may be experiencing anxiety or depression. Help is available for you to treat these mental health challenges. We invite you to call our admissions team to get scheduled for an initial session with one of our mental health counselors by completing our online request form or calling our 24/7 helpline at 800-227-3953.

Please take our Substance Use Disorder (SUD) self-evaluation survey which can help identify signs that you may be need help addressing addiction issues.

  • Do you use a substance to help cope with stressors and/or uncomfortable emotions?
  • Do you find yourself taking more of a substance or a different substance to deal with feelings of withdrawal?
  • Do you find you need more of a substance in order to feel the same effect?
  • Have you taken more of a substance over a longer period of time than you intended?
  • Do you use even when you have not intended to?
  • Have you tried to cut down or stop your intake without being able to?
  • Do you feel you cannot get through a day without using a substance?
  • Do you spend a lot of time obtaining, using, and/or recovering from the use of a substance?
  • Do you use in physically dangerous situations (i.e. driving when you’ve been using a substance)?
  • Do you crave or have a strong urge to use a substance?
  • Has using a substance prevented you from completing life tasks or goals?
  • Has using a substance prevented you from fulfilling obligations (i.e. spending time with family or paying bills)?
  • Have friends or family expressed concern about your use of substances?

If you answer yes to any of these questions, you may need help with your substance use. We invite you to call and get scheduled for an initial session with one of our Substance Use Specialists by completing our online request form or calling our 24/7 helpline at 800-227-3953.

Dr. Malcolm Horn, Rimrock’s Director of Mental Health Services, has written several recent blog posts that provide helpful information and guidance on how telehealth can support people struggling with SUD and mental health challenges as well as how to cope with the physical distancing and social challenges brought into our daily lives by COVID-19. For more information on how telehealth can help you with mental health and substance use challenges you are facing, we encourage you to read her Telehealth: Your Treatment Toolbox’s Newest Addition blog post.

In her Stay Home, But Stay Connected blog post, Dr. Horn also discusses ways to maintain your contact with family, friends and those who support you with your mental health and recovery from SUD. And, while the current times are certainly challenging to say the least, they can present us with an opportunity for change, as Dr. Horn writes in her Time for Change blog post.

Connect yourself with the help you need today by completing our online request form or calling our 24/7 helpline at 800-227-3953.