We all feel sad sometimes and even go through periods of grief or having feelings of failure and disappointment. But that is not depression. Depression, even in its mildest form, is more than an occasional period of sadness.

We’ve all seen the commercials on televisions; several vignettes showing individuals looking sad, tired and unresponsive to mates, children or pets, with a voiceover asking if you are not feeling yourself or are feeling listless and unhappy. “Maybe you are depressed,” the ad suggests.

We’ve gathered the following information and resources to help you learn more about depression and find the support and care that you or a loved one needs.


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Pine Rest Services for Depression

Inpatient and Partial Hospitalization Programs. For immediate help, call our Contact Center at 800.678.5500.

Mother and Baby Program for Postpartum Depression and Anxiety, a Partial Hospitalization Program

Outpatient Services. Our outpatient network provides counseling and therapy for depression as well as specialty services. For more information or to schedule a new outpatient appointment, call 866.852.4001.