According to the World Health Organization, major depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that 9.1% of American adults have depression at any given time, 14%of Americans living below the poverty line. In addition, according to CDC data from 2006, 11.3% of Americans struggle with anxiety. In Colorado, our rates of major depression, serious thoughts of suicide, substance abuse and binge drinking are all above the national averages.
If you are one of the many Americans struggling with depression or bipolar disorder, I CAN HELP.
If you find yourself thinking about suicide a great deal of the time, I CAN HELP.
If you are struggling with anxiety and stress management, I CAN HELP.
If you are experiencing PTSD from rape, incest, combat or any other trauma, I CAN HELP.
If you are grieving from the death of a loved one, I CAN HELP.
If you are in an abusive relationship, I CAN HELP.
If your marriage or other significant relationship is having difficulties, I CAN HELP.
If you are already in the process of divorce or already single again, I CAN HELP.
If parenting is stressing you to the max or your kids are troubled, I CAN HELP.
If you are part of the GBLT community with relationship issues or other emotional issues, I CAN HELP.
If you are struggling to give up drugs and alcohol, I CAN HELP.
Whatever your struggles are, I CAN HELP. You do not have to struggle alone.
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