Valley’s LGBTQ+ Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is dedicated to providing an inclusive and safe environment for the mental health needs of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community.
Why LGBTQ+ Treatment
The LGBTQ+ community has weathered discrimination based on sexuality and gender identity. Studies show that these experiences have led members of the LGBTQ+ community to higher rates of substance use, addiction and mental health concerns like depression, anxiety and trauma.
By providing specific treatment dedicated to understanding these struggles and experiences, those in our LGBTQ+ IOP program can benefit from a safe, judgment-free environment. We provide a healthy space to heal from depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, alcohol or drug abuse and other harmful behaviors without having to explain your sexuality.
Our program is medically supervised and our clinical services are comprehensive. It’s designed to provide structure and support in an intensive setting, when weekly individual therapy is not enough. If you or your loved one is experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma, acute stress and substance abuse that is negatively impacting daily life, we can help.
Through group therapy, we actively engage patients in the process of learning more about their symptoms, helping them develop effective coping and interpersonal skills and reintegrating back into the community.
Our goal is to help patients get back to themselves and establish positive behaviors in their daily living. We do this through discussions, exercises, role-playing and other activities.
What to Expect
- A safe environment
- Respect and understanding
- Dedicated clinical team
- 24/7 intake appointments
- Private, confidential assessments
- Verification of insurance benefits
- Medication management
Valley’s LGBTQ+ IOP accepts patients 18 and older, and transportation to treatment is available.
Are you, a friend or loved one in the LGBTQ+ community experiencing any of the following?
- Excessive anxiety or irritability
- Suicidal thoughts or attempts
- Drug or alcohol abuse
- Questions or concerns about your gender or sexual identity
- Self-harming behavior
You don’t have to go through this alone. We can help. Without judgment and with acceptance. Call us or walk in anytime, day or night.
Planning A Visit?
It all begins with a free, confidential assessmentSchedule An Appointment