Young Adult Women, Christian-based Mental Health Treatment
For many young adult women, the evolution from adolescence into adulthood is a time of tremendous transformation, as teens leave the security and dependency of their younger selves to step into the greater responsibilities and freedoms of adulthood.
Although many individuals manage this transition smoothly, a significant portion of the population struggles during this pivotal time. Mental health officials have reported that one in five adults aged 18-26 experienced mental illness in the previous year. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), 75% of all lifetime mental illnesses develop by age 24. There is no question that this heightened stage of life can be fraught, challenging, and painful, even for the most resilient of people. For individuals grappling with mental health issues, managing the mounting pressures of impending adulthood can simply be too much to bear.
Wind of Change Recovery is a licensed residential treatment center that offers healing and therapeutic services to struggling young women between the ages of 18-30. Unlike many residential treatment centers, Wind of Change provides a home-like environment for young women who have lost sight of their potentially limitless future that has been made possible by God. Surrounded by protected forest, Wind of Change’s campus sprawls on 160 acres of the most beautiful land in America.
“Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that you may prove what is the will of God, what is good, and acceptable and perfect.”
At Wind of Change, we help young women who are struggling to cope with the mental health issues they may be facing at this crucial time. Perhaps they were once a straight-A student and high achiever, who, since starting college, have watched their grades plummet as they find it difficult to even get out of bed in the morning. Maybe they struggled in high school with bullying and as young women in college or in the workforce, find themselves alienated, insecure, anxious, and lonely. Perhaps they experienced ongoing trauma, grief, or loss in their young lives, and looming adulthood has become a kind of trigger, rendering symptoms of PTSD or feelings of powerlessness, hopelessness, or depression. They might be facing failure to launch syndrome simultaneously with their own mental health issues. Regardless of every individual’s unique constellation of issues, at Wind of Change, we recognize just how challenging this phase of life is, and how vital proper care and mental health treatment can be.
We are open for immediate enrollment of new patients. Call us today.