La Paloma Outpatient Services is a group-oriented program that offers staff and peer support, psychiatric evaluation and assessment, medication management, group therapy and life skills classes integrated with 12-step principles.
Based on an award-winning treatment model and conveniently located in a charming East Memphis neighborhood, we serve clients stepping down from higher intensity services as well as individuals seeking entry-level outpatient care. Every client receives an individualized program to meet his or her unique needs, created by a staff with expertise in treating co-occurring addiction and mental health disorders.
La Paloma Outpatient Services works in step with our clients’ normal lives. Participants enjoy freedom from disruption of family, work or school routines, with the additional support and expert guidance from our professional staff through every step of their recovery.
Our clients seek us at various points along their journey to recovery:
Entry Level – Many clients seek treatment in an effort to pre-empt the destructive spiral of addiction and mental health issues. Admission to La Paloma’s Outpatient Services programs provides entry-level treatment without disrupting daily life.
After Residential Treatment – Recently discharged from a residential treatment facility, these individuals wish to continue their recovery program with less structured therapy in a “real-life” setting.
- A customized care plan focused on the unique needs of each individual
- Treatment programs for Chronic Pain and Co-occurring Disorders
- Comprehensive psychiatric assessment
- Specialty groups including relapse prevention, stress management
- Primary group therapy with a licensed mental health professional
- Full panel drug screening upon admission and periodic random drug testing
- Motivational Interviewing using stages-of-change approach
- Physician-directed medication management
- Educational programs and lectures
- Family group therapy
Features & Amenities
- Convenient location in suburban East Memphis
- Day and evening programs
- Compassionate care in a non-judgmental setting
- Holistic interventions including meditation and hypnotherapy
- We provide treatment for those taking Suboxone or Subutex
La Paloma Outpatient Services practices the award-winning Foundations Recovery Network model of treatment, extensively tested and proven through multiple federally-funded research studies. We combine evidence-based addiction treatment with innovative therapies for emotional and mental health to effectively address co-occurring disorders. Results demonstrate double the national average success rate for maintaining sobriety one year post-treatment, compared to traditional programs. We accept most insurance plans, and our self-pay arrangements are very affordable.
We offer morning and evening Intensive Outpatient Programs for Co-occurring Disorders and an innovative Stress Management for Chronic Pain program.
Co-occurring disorders affect more than 10 million Americans each year and describe a condition where a person is affected by both chemical dependency and an emotional or psychiatric issue ranging from depression or bipolar disorder to PTSD or anxiety. La Paloma’s Intensive Outpatient Program for Co-occurring Disorders addresses both through an integrated treatment model, which provides the best opportunity for lasting recovery.
Our treatment philosophy is based on motivational interviewing and a stages-of-change approach. Sessions include both specialty and process groups, which address everything from life skills and stress management to relapse prevention and peer support. We offer morning and evening programs to best meet your needs.
Chronic pain is a devastating illness that impacts physical, psychological and emotional well-being. Physical pain and the resulting physical limitations impair not just occupational, but also family and social functioning, depleting emotional and spiritual energy and reducing an individual’s ability to control their own life.
We work with each you to create an individualized treatment plan that addresses that person’s unique needs and concerns.
The goals of treatment are to minimize symptoms and to maximize functional capacity in areas that are important to the client. It is the mission of the program to treat clients at the least intensive, effective level of care.