Adult Mental Health (IOP)
If you are an adult struggling with a mental health issue like depression, bi-polar or anxiety, which is significantly interfering in your functioning with social, family, occupation or education, you may need additional support and treatment to help you through this difficult time.
Common Adult Symptoms
- Difficulty concentrating or maintaining focus at home or work
- Persistent sadness or crying spells
- Increased anxiety or panic attacks
- Loss of energy or decreased interest in pleasurable activities
- Mood swings, Irritability or anger outburst
- Procrastinating or ignoring responsibilities
- Decreased self-care in hygiene, grooming or nutrition
- Difficulty coping with life changes in work, relationships or a death of loved one
- Feelings of worthlessness or excessive guilt
- Isolating or withdrawing from family or friends
- Excessive worry or nervousness
The Adult Mental Health IOP is a structured treatment program that teaches how to manage stress, better cope with emotional and behavioural issues and overcome a condition that affects your ability to enjoy life and your personal relationships.
The outpatient program is specifically designed to serve individuals 18 years of age and older, along with other adults working on similar issues in a group setting. The program offers personalized treatment with structured interventions consisting primarily of educational and counselling sessions held for three hours, 3-days per week, and an average of 4-6 weeks. The goals and duration of the program will vary according to the individual needs and response to treatment.
This program serves as a supportive means to prevent need for higher level of care or as a “step-down” from inpatient and day hospital treatment.
The Resource Center recognizes the value in the client’s healing process from supportive family and friends. All IOP programs offer a weekly 1.5 hour group education component, designed to increase overall understanding of mental health issues and provide opportunities for specific skills training. Although highly encouraged, family participation not necessary for IOP enrolment.
Take the first step - call to schedule a complimentary evaluation and assessment with one of our healthcare professionals during office hours, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Your complimentary assessment determines a course of treatment specifically tailored to meet your needs.
We offer flexible appointments, in a comfortable, safe, and no pressure environment.
The Behavioral Health Department accepts most major insurance providers and helps you navigate coverage options to ensure you maximize your available benefits. Based on the program or service, with some insurances plans, there may be no out-of-pocket cost to you.
Behavioral Health: 214-393-3640
Resource Center Community Center
5750 Cedar Springs Road
Dallas, TX 75235