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Adult Outpatient Programs

Adult Outpatient Programs

Adult Outpatient Services

Our outpatient services are designed for adults who do not require the level of care and observation provided in the inpatient setting, yet need the treatment and services that a positive group environment can provide. Patients receive a combination of group, family, and individual therapy, a psychiatric evaluation, medication management and treatment planning. Those who meet criteria are admitted into one of two levels of care:

Day Treatment Program
Meets Monday-Friday: 9:00am-2:00pm (lunch is provided). Patients undergo a minimum of four group therapy sessions per day and receive weekly medication management services from a medical provider.

Intensive Outpatient Program
Is available 3 to 5 days a week, depending on patient needs; treatment is held Monday-Friday: 9:00am-12:30pm.

Both programs are located on our main campus and are offered in-person or virtually. Transportation may be provided.

Specialty Outpatient Programs

Exclusively Women

Designed to help women practice healthy lifestyles, improve coping skills, identify emotional triggers and develop resiliency. Our individualized, evidence-based treatment can help women recover from grief, loss, trauma, anxiety and major depression, including postpartum depression. We provide a nurturing community where women can receive support and share their experiences with others, in a healing environment.

Thought Disorder

Common thought disorders include schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder, which can impact the ability to focus, fully express thoughts or maintain one thought, and more. Those suffering from thought disorders may be initially misdiagnosed due to the complexity of symptoms, so it’s important to seek help from trained clinicians who can individualize care. Our specialists use evidence-based treatments to help improve quality of life for participants.

Dual Diagnosis

Our clinicians use evidence-based approaches to treat participants suffering from substance use disorders and co-occurring conditions, including mood and thought disorders. We treat addiction and co-occurring disorders simultaneously, with an emphasis given to the way in which these conditions reinforce one another, to help participants get on a path to recovery.

MAT (Medication-Assisted Therapy) Services

Those in our Dual Diagnosis program can receive Medication-Assisted Therapy to aid in overcoming short- and long-term withdrawal symptoms. Our clinicians use specialized medications, such as Suboxone® and Vivitrol®, along with focusing on the development of recovery skills, to help participants stay on the path to recovery.

It’s Never Too Late

If you or a loved one is facing difficulty with mental health or substance use challenges, call us anytime at 713-600-9500 to schedule a no-cost assessment and to learn more about our treatment options.