Depression is a serious illness that can impact your ability to live your life on your terms. A few of the possible symptoms of depression may include feeling sad or anxious all the time, having a feeling of being empty, having lost interest in things you used to enjoy, consistently experiencing low energy or fatigue or changes in sleep patterns.
Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
The Intensive Outpatient (IOP) program offered by Texas Health Behavioral Health allows a patient who is recovering from a mental illness to continue their recovery in a structured, supportive environment. Through group and individual sessions, patients learn the tools they need to build on foundational mental health skills and learn to face the triggers and stressors of everyday life, and have a safe place to talk.
Families are also included in the process in individual and multi-family programs to learn how to best support the patient through his or her recovery. IOP programs are offered for adolescents, men and women who live with depression, anxiety, substance abuse or other mental health issues.
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
Texas Health Behavioral Health offers numerous Partial Hospital Program throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex for individuals who do not need to stay in the hospital, but still require a highly structured outpatient program. This also provides a bridge to patients transitioning from inpatient care.
Partial hospital programs help stabilize patients through the use of cognitive behavioral skills for daily living and self-management, and can be an important bridge for patients on their care journey.
The inpatient program at Texas Health Behavioral Health provides 24-hour monitoring, treatment, and stabilization for adults with acute behavioral health conditions in a safe, supportive, and therapeutic environment.
Patients are housed in facilities created just for them, which foster personalized attention for each patient. Customized treatment plans address next steps and ongoing recovery needs and are unique to each individual patient.
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