About Us

Sierra at Southlake offers outpatient programming for adults who have developed mental health concerns. Our team provides the comprehensive services that can help each person make sustained progress toward improved health.

Personalized Service for Adults

Outpatient programming at Sierra at Southlake may be the ideal option for people who meet the following criteria:

  • Adults age 18 and older of all genders
  • Struggling with mental health concerns
  • Able to fully engage in all aspects of care
  • Do not need round-the-clock supervision

Our outpatient programming serves adults who can benefit from step-down support after completing a residential or inpatient program, clients who are stepping up from traditional outpatient care and those who are receiving professional help for the first time.

All admissions decisions at our center are made on an individual basis. We review each person’s history, needs and goals to determine if our center is the right place for them.

From the admissions assessment through the discharge planning process, we strive to provide the focused service that promotes improved health and long-term progress.

Two Levels of Outpatient Care

To best serve the adults who choose Sierra at Southlake, we provide services at two outpatient levels: a partial hospitalization program (PHP) and an intensive outpatient program (IOP). Depending on need and progress, clients may receive care at one or both of these levels.

In both programs, our clients receive a variety of evidence-based, research-supported services provided by a team of dedicated experts. Our PHP features five hours of programming per day, five days per week, while our IOP offers three hours of daily programming, three times each week.

When our programs are not in session, PHP and IOP clients can return to their home or an alternative supported residence, work part time, attend school, participate in volunteer activities and otherwise engage in a healthy independent lifestyle.

Length of stay in our PHP and IOP is customized according to what is best for each adult.

Skilled & Experienced Staff

The staff members who provide care at our center are the true heart of Sierra at Southlake. At both the PHP and IOP levels, our clients work with a multidisciplinary team of skilled professionals.

While you are with us, your care team may include a psychiatrist, a psychologist, a physician assistant (PA), a nurse practitioner (NP), registered nurses (RNs), licensed clinical social workers (LCSWs), licensed master social workers (LMSWs), licensed professional counselors (LPCs), licensed associate counselors (LACs) and other experts as needed.

Every person who provides care at our center contributes a unique set of skills and experiences. And they all share an unwavering commitment to providing personalized service and compassionate support.

Safe & Welcoming Environment

When you receive care at Sierra at Southlake, you will discover that our center is a temporary oasis from the stress, pressure and distractions of daily life.

During your outpatient sessions, you will be in a safe, welcoming and highly supportive environment. We understand that many people who struggle with mental health concerns also experience guilt, shame and other negative emotions, and we work diligently to ensure that everyone here is treated with respect.

One of the many other benefits of receiving outpatient care at our center is that you can discover the power of community.

Prior to getting help, you may have believed that no one could possibly understand what you had been going through. At our center, you will have the opportunity to learn from dedicated professionals who are familiar with the challenges you’ve been facing. You can also share support with other adults who are working toward similar goals.

Marks of Quality Care
Our accreditations and affiliations demonstrate our dedication to providing quality care that meets or exceeds the established standards and best practices of our profession.
  • National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP)
  • National Association of Psychiatric Health Systems (NAPHS)
  • Neurostar
  • The Joint Commission (JCAHO) Gold Seal of Approval