Chula Vista is a border city just a few miles from the Mexican border, with a diverse landscape of coast, rolling hills, mountains, canyons, and more than 60 parks with miles of trails and picnic spots. In 2013, Forbes named Chula Vista the second fastest growing city since the Great Recession.
The Eastlake neighborhood, on the eastern side of the city was named San Diego’s best new home community a few years ago by the San Diego Union-Tribune.
Although there’s shopping galore in Chula Vista, it’s the food-truck gathering each Wednesday at the Eastlake Design District that is most anticipated. The tailgate-style party draws families and people watchers to brightly painted trucks featuring East African, Filipino, Korean, Jamaican, Mexican, and other ethnic foods..
For those experiencing depression however, it’s hard to get out and enjoy these kinds of outings. But there is new hope in Chula Vista for depression.
The Achieve TMS Eastlake depression treatment center offers deep transcranial magnetic stimulation, or dTMS. TMS therapy, which is completely non-invasive, can be extremely effective — even for patients who have tried other treatments for depression and not had success.