Catelynn Lowell seems to be doing well after leaving an Arizona treatment center. The “Teen Mom OG” star gave fans an update tweeting that she was “feeling better than ever.” Her post also revealed that she had sought help at Sierra Tucson treatment facility.

Catelynn, who checked into the center last month, never revealed what she was seeking help for but the facility’s website lists that it treats a variety of things including addiction, eating disorders and mood and anxiety disorders.

Us Weekly previously reported that Catelynn went for mental health issues. The 24-year-old MTV star has been open about dealing with postpartum depression after the birth of her daughter Nova in January. Catelynn has also struggled with anxiety and depression. She checked into the facility shortly after she posted what some fans thought were troubling tweets. “One day you will know why. I can also be very weak,” she wrote March 15. “You guys have NO CLUE on how much you lift me up sometimes.”

As previously reported, Catelynn’s husband and fellow “Teen Mom OG” star Tyler Baltierra traveled to Arizona last week with Nova to pick up Catelynn and take her back home. “Me & Tootie are off to Arizona to go get @catelynnmtv  I can’t wait to come home with my wife & my whole family together again,” he captioned a photo of him and Nova. “This past month has been a little rough by myself, but nothing I wouldn’t do all over again for my family. Cate’s health, safety & security, has & always will be my main priority. I love you Babe & can’t wait to kiss your face & hold you in my arms again! #BaltierraFamilyStrong.”

While Catelynn was seeking help, several of her MTV co-stars reached out to lend their support. Amber Portwood, who did a stint in jail to help her get back on track, tweeted: “I love you guys so much.. you know that @CatelynnLowell @TylerBaltierra.” Farrah Abraham also commented on Catelynn’s health, telling Wonderwall earlier this week that her co-star made “the right choice.”

“I’m so happy that she did it and got to that point [where she was comfortable asking for help] because we all could tell that she was getting into a sad area in her life,” she said.