Work will set you free. Which is only true of traditional chores. Ain't no Amish on SSRIs.
Lack of SSRI prescriptions may be more about culture, genetics, and a tradition of avoiding commercial health insurance than anything to do with "traditional chores".
Recent studies have found that Amish mental illness is greatly under-diagnosed, and the Old Order Amish of Lancaster County have a lower incidence of mental illness than the general population, but a much higher incidence of bipolar disorder, Bipolar disorder is treatable, however social attitudes within the community and a general distrust of the medication-based management of psychiatric diseases mean that Amish won't take SSRIs no matter how much they need them.