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Intensive Outpatient Program

Different mental health issues require different levels of care. After completing a partial hospitalization program, some patients may still need counseling or therapy.

Intensive Outpatient Program

The Intensive Outpatient Program at Willowbrooke at Tanner allows you to live at home with your family in familiar surroundings while receiving ongoing support from our behavioral health professionals.

This program is more involved than traditional outpatient counseling and less intensive than partial hospitalization. This means that it can be used as an interim step-down treatment following partial hospitalization or a step up treatment following outpatient counseling.

If you or a loved one may benefit from our Intensive Outpatient Program, please call 770-812-3266 for a free mental health assessment.

Locations

The Intensive Outpatient Program runs Monday through Friday in our Carrollton and Villa Rica outpatient centers.

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