Outpatient behavioral health programs in Kansas City

Our outpatient mental health programs for both teenagers and adults are designed to foster healing and to bring about sustainable change. Our goal with outpatient care is to be there for you when you need the extra support of a team of professionals while maintaining the comfort of being at home with your friends and family.

Adult outpatient services

Our adult outpatient care program is focused on helping you address the challenges that life can being, whether it’s stress, grief, addiction or overwhelming anxiety or depression. We offer two primary tracks of care: The Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).

Adult Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

PHP provides you with daily treatment that offers support without interrupting your day-to-day life. PHP can act either as a regular structure to help you find stability, or as a transition program as you move out of inpatient care.

The goal of the Partial Hospitalization Program is to make sure that when you move from our supportive care back into independent life and work that you are able to rediscover the stability and contentment that you deserve.

Adult Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

The adult IOP is designed so that you can receive the help you need while also maintaining your regular daily life. The Intensive Outpatient program meets three times a week to provide support, but allows you to continue to attend work or school.

IOP meets three times a week to help you build on your existing foundations and create new patterns of thinking and behavior that will help you throughout your life. Our mission with the Intensive Outpatient Program is to make sure that you can prioritize your mental health while making sure you can maintain your normal life as well.

To learn about the services we offer adults, please visit out adult behavioral health page, or call us at: (844) 207-4511.

To arrange for an appointment online, please visit our patient scheduling portal.

Adolescent outpatient services

As all of us know, growing up can be difficult. Our outpatient program for teenagers exists to support you or your children through the complicated landscape of becoming an adult. We offer similar services as those offered in our adult outpatient treatments, but we have carefully created these services to be suited for young adults. We are proud to provide you and your family with an adolescent Partial Hospitalization Program and an adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program.

Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

Our PHP program is our most intensive outpatient treatment. It combines daily support from trained mental health professionals with the comfort provided by family and friends in the evenings. This program helps young adults ages 12 to 18 address mood and anxiety disorders, thoughts of self-harm, grief and familial conflict on their own terms.

We offer group therapy, medication management and other treatment methods, all with the ultimate goal of helping you or your child return to life as normal as soon as we can. Our program is open from 8:30am to 3pm, Monday through Friday.

Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

This program is led by an experienced team that integrates evidence-based clinical programming with compassion and support to provide teens ages 12 to 18 with new tools to master everyday life challenges. Like the Partial Hospitalization Program, IOP provides medication management, therapy and peer support to bring about sustainable healing and change. However, unlike PHP, the Intensive Outpatient Program is held three times a week in the evenings, allowing young adults to continue their everyday activities while still receiving the help they need.

Adolescent IOP sessions are held Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 5:30pm to 8:00pm at Research Medical Center's Brookside Campus. When you arrive, park in Lot C.

The address is:
6675 Holmes Road, Suite 203
Kansas City, MO 64131

To learn more about the services we provide young adults, please visit our adolescent behavioral health page, or call us at: (844) 207-4511.

To arrange for an appointment online, please visit our patient scheduling portal.