Due to COVID-19, our Intensive Outpatient Program is suspended until further notice. We apologize for any inconvenience.
We’re still here to help you get the right mental health care – our DayBridge program remains open in a virtual format for intensive therapy needs.
Get the mental health support you need from a caring team, three nights a week. Graduate from the program with more confidence, balance and independence.
The Intensive Outpatient Program is a mental health program from Regions Hospital. Your care team will help you create a personal healing plan and work toward your goals. You’ll do this while still living at home.
The Intensive Outpatient Program is for adults who are struggling with a mental illness. It helps people reach the goal of managing mental health with less frequent therapy or just medicine. Many people join the program after a hospital stay or partial hospitalization program. Others have new symptoms and need more intensive help. Your doctor will refer you into the program if it’s right for you.
Your care team will help you create a healing plan. You’ll work together to make personal goals and discover ways to ease your symptoms. You’ll learn and grow skills including:
When you’re away from the program, you’ll practice what you’ve learned. But you won’t be alone. You’ll have a supportive team by your side, working together to create a balanced lifestyle so you can thrive.
The program is held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 4 to 7:30 p.m.
Find us at Regions Hospital in the DayBridge area of the Northeast building. Discounted parking is available.
As a full-service, Level 1 trauma center, Regions Hospital has a strong team of medical professionals. This caring and knowledgeable team is recognized as a leader in mental health diagnosis, treatment and crisis intervention. You’ll work with:
Patients need to be referred into this program by their doctor or care team. Regions Hospital accepts most health plans and self-payment.