Entries by eSkyCity

Nurses, We Solute You!

Nurses are vital, crucial, necessary, needed, amazing, and brilliant groups of people. No matter where they go or what they do, they are always on duty. When there is a call for help, and a nurse is present, they are always first to the rescue. Nurses are in the circle of life from the beginning, […]

Mental Health Awareness Month

What does that statement mean? Is it a statement to remind people that mental health issues do occur and that we should all be aware of them? Or is it a month to take care of our own mental health? The answer to these questions is YES, and more. There’s so much to know about […]

It Can Be Treatable

Mental illnesses are health conditions involving changes in emotion, thinking, or behavior (or a combination of these). Mental illnesses are associated with distress or problems functioning in social, work, or family activities. Fortunately, several mental health disorders can be treated effectively, and the prevention of mental health disorders is a growing area of research and […]

Worry, Stress, Anxiety: Different or Same?

COVID-19 Impacts of Mental Health During times of uncertainty, such as the events of COVID-19, many will worry and stress over the uncertainties. Worrying, stressing, and being anxious can sometimes hinder your ability to function. While the three words may seem the same, they are very much different. During this tidal wave of COVID-19 precautions, […]

Understanding Mental Health During COVID-19

There is no doubt that COVID-19 will change our world permanently, and now more than ever is the perfect time to take control of your mental health. Our mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to […]

COVID-19 and Your Mental Health

As of March 11th the World Health Organization officially declared the coronavirus a pandemic issue. The word pandemic itself can result in mass hysteria. There are several feelings that can arise amidst the world’s current situation. Take note of your feelings such as fear, worry, anxiety, frustration, uncertainty, loneliness, depression, anger, and boredom. These feelings can occur […]

Covid-19 Update for Patients, Visitors, and Guests

Update: South Sound Behavioral Hospital will be Providing COVID-19 Vaccinations Before the coronavirus vaccine becomes available to the general public, South Sound Behavioral Hospital will be providing COVID-19 Vaccinations to all front line caregivers and employees as soon as it is available. We have developed an implementation process and prioritized distribution to front line teams […]

South Sound Behavioral Now Offering Partial Hospitalization Program

In order to better help treat our patients and provide the highest quality of care, we are proud to announce we now offer a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP). What is the Partial Hospitalization Program? After a patient has gone through our inpatient and outpatient care – there will now be an extra level of support […]

South Sound Behavioral Hospital Hosting Monthly Lunch & Learn

This coming December, we are excited to announce we will be hosting a monthly lunch & learn session. In an attempt to bring mental health to the forefront of the conversation, we will be creating a welcoming and open environment to constructively discuss valuable topics. This great event is implemented to educate community partners on: […]