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Bad things happen in life and it's perfectly normal to feel grief and miserable as a result. With depression the grief and misery tends to stick around for far longer than it normally would. In time you realize it's about the only feeling you're familiar with and you've felt it for weeks, months or even a number of years.

You've tried so many times, nothing seems to bring joy and you can't escape the cloud that follows. Depression can feel inescapable. More severe types of depression cause underlying changes in the neurochemistry of our brain. The most effective treatments take time and require changes to our thought patterns, addressing the underlying neurochemistry problems with drugs and looking at how our social lives and interactions can help. Depression is something many face multiple times throughout life. Some types of depression are seasonal and major events can also trigger a relapse. A 2008 study by Spanish Psychologist Luis Pintor and Cristobal Gasto found that 15% of unipolar major depression sufferers experienced a relapse. There is hope and you won't always feel this way, treatments are becoming more effective and research is shedding new light on the underlying causes.

During a major depressive episode your brain undergoes something called ' psychomotor retardation '. It slows down our thought processes, makes routine everyday things incredibly draining, causes procrastination and many other symptoms. It's not your fault, it's part of an illness which requires treatment.

Depending upon the type of depression you may be suffering you'll either feel tired and drained all the time or find yourself extremely energetic and awake at all hours.

I think I might be depressed, now what?

One of the symptoms of depression is difficulty in finding energy for day to day life. It can be hard mustering the energy to get out of bed and get dressed, things you did automatically before your depression. This is not a problem of self discipline or simply needing to muscle yourself into duty, it's due to underlying chemical changes in the brain. Beginning treatment itself may seem like an arduous task but making a decision to seek help is an excellent first step.

In every part of the world, in all religions and at all stages of life depression is a relatively common occurrence. According to the world health organization it affects more than 350 million people annually.

According to the University of Washington 80% of people undertaking treatment for clinical depression improve their lives. There are many types of treatments available for varying types of depression.

Depression is a complex but well researched illness. Both your chances and speed of recovery are greatly improved when you undertake treatment.

Like diabetes depression causes underlying changes in our bodies and is not something you can simply 'snap out of'. The most effective treatments focus on addressing problems with our thought patterns, such as with cognitive behaviour therapy and the underlying physiological problems with medication, diet and exercise.

Reasonable Accommodations

A person with a disability may require special accommodations in order to have equal access to the programs offered by the Housing Authority of the County of Salt Lake (HACSL). The types of reasonable accommodations the Housing Authority of the County of Salt Lake (HACSL) can provide include changes, exceptions, or adjustments to a rule, policy, practice, or service. Federal regulations stipulate that requests for accommodations will be considered reasonable if they do not create an “undue financial and administrative burden” for the agency, or result in a “fundamental alteration” in the nature of the program or service offered. A fundamental alteration is a modification that alters the essential nature of a provider’s operations. It is the HACSL policy to provide a reasonable accommodation in housing for applicants, public housing residents, supportive housing clients and Section 8 clients with disabilities who are otherwise qualified for HACSL services. This policy is furtherance of HACSL’s goal to provide and develop quality affordable housing opportunities for people regardless of disability and in compliance with applicable federal, state and local law. A person with a disability is one who has:

If you have a disability and require an alternate form of communication including but not limited to, sign-language interpreter or assistance completing forms, you may make a request at any time during the application process or after admission. Requests for a Reasonable Accommodation Form may be provided in alternative formats upon request. The Housing Authority of the County of Salt Lake will encourage the family to make its request in writing using a Request for a Reasonable Accommodation Form. However, the Housing Authority of the County of Salt Lake will consider the accommodation any time the family indicates that an accommodation is needed whether or not a formal written request is submitted. Additional documentation may be requested to support the accommodation. All requests for reasonable accommodation go to the Fair Housing Coordinator, Marni Timmerman. If you or anyone in your family is a person with a disability, and you require a specific accommodation in order to fully utilize our programs and services, please contact Marni Timmerman at (801) 284-4439 or TTD at (801) 284-4407. You may obtain a Request for a Reasonable Accommodation form at: 3595 South Main Street Salt Lake City, Utah 84115 Phone: 801-284-4439 TTD: 801-284-4407 Email: Saucony Mens Fitness Multicolor Navy/Silver 0Ujzdb3
You may also request that the form be sent to you by contacting your Eligibility Specialist, Property Manager, Supportive Housing Specialist, Section 8 Specialist, or by downloading one at FORMS FOR:

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