Explore Our Outpatient Behavioral Mental Health Center Services
Memorial Outpatient Behavioral Health Center's office in Hollywood moved to a new location.
New Location: 5595 S. University Drive, Davie, FL 33328 [Map]
Monday-Friday: 8 am - 4:30 pm
How to Get Started
- New patients must complete an intake assessment with our clinical staff
- No appointment is necessary
- Walk-in Hours: Monday–Thursday, 8 am – 4 pm
Our licensed clinical therapist will review your information to make sure we are a good fit for you, contact you with any follow-up questions, and provide you with an appointment to finish your intake assessment at our Outpatient Behavioral Health Center.
What to Bring to First Visit
Here are the things you need to bring with you when you come to the clinic:
- Proof of identification and/or residence and health insurance card.
- List of all medications you are currently taking.
- If you have a referral, please bring a copy with you.
- Please do not bring children or minors to your visit. Our staff cannot supervise them, and they cannot be left unattended while you are meeting with staff.
- Please plan to be at the clinic for 2.5 to 3 hours for your first visit.
Treatments and Services
We offer a wide range of outpatient behavioral health treatments and services, including:
The Behavioral Health Medication Clinic provides psychiatric evaluation and medication management services for adults 18 and older. Conditions we treat include: depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and co-occurring substance abuse and mental health disorders. Our psychiatric medication clinic is staffed by board certified psychiatrists and Advanced Psychiatric Registered Nurse Practitioners (APRN’s).
Our care coordination services are designed to make it easier for individuals to access high quality care by coordinating both physical health and social services. Care coordination is a flexible, one-stop-shop where adults and youth can get connected to all the physical and behavioral health services they need. Individuals enrolled in our care coordination services are assigned to a care team to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that works for them.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a clinically proven, research-based psychotherapy modality that combines the core concepts of mindfulness and cognitive-behavioral therapy by promoting lasting changes balanced with acceptance, compassion and validation. The program combines weekly individual psychotherapy sessions and skills group training to teach healthy coping skills and reducing problem behaviors. Clients will learn practical tools and strategies to become more balanced, improve relationships and become more effective in managing life.
Learn more about Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).
Approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Esketamine nasal spray is an effective treatment for patients with depression who have previously received at least two antidepressant treatments that did not work well (treatment-resistant depression). Esketamine is also used to treat depressive symptoms in patients with major depressive disorder (MDD) with suicidal ideation or behavior. Studies have shown esketamine can decrease suicidal ideation and provide relief from depressive symptoms within hours of treatment.
Learn more about Esketamine/Spravato.
Mothers in Recovery (MIR) is a specialized program for pregnant women who are addicted to drugs and/or alcohol. Our award-winning program helps mother and baby achieve health outcomes. The MIR program’s treatment continuum includes outreach, inpatient detoxification and outpatient substance abuse services. Substance abuse treatment is provided within an integrated framework that includes psychiatric treatment, prenatal care, psychotherapy, care coordination, and peer support services.
Learn more about MIR.
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) is multi-phased program designed to help people struggling with addiction to opioids and other drugs achieve recovery and create a life worth living. This evidence-based program combines the use of opioid agonist medications (buprenorphine/naloxone and naltrexone) and counseling over a course of treatment that is tailored to the individual needs of the person. MAT provides a comprehensive, integrated range of services including: medication assisted treatment, intensive outpatient services, outpatient psychotherapy, specialty trauma therapy, aftercare, and ongoing peer recovery support services.
Learn more about MAT.
Mind/Body Wellness is a primary care clinic integrated in our Outpatient Behavioral Health Center. The primary care clinic offers quality medical care for the basic physical needs of our patients. Our team strongly believes in healthy minds and healthy bodies. Services include well and sick visits with our advanced registered nurse practitioner, care coordination, medication consultation, monitoring and treatment of chronic medical conditions.
CHOICES is an intensive outpatient program for adults diagnosed with severe mood and/or anxiety disorders. This highly structured therapeutic program is offered Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Group and individual therapy sessions target stress, anxiety management and goal setting, which help to enhance motivation and commitment to recovery goals.
Learn more about CHOICES.
Our team of licensed psychotherapists, mental health counselors and certified peer specialists provide effective psychotherapy services to assist individuals with a variety of issues including:
- Anxiety (including social anxiety)
- Emotional distress
- Grief and loss
- Interpersonal conflict
- Low self esteem
- Relationship problems
- Stress management/coping with stress
Our licensed and expertly trained psychotherapists offer a variety of treatment strategies and programs including:
- Cognitive behavioral therapy
- Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
- Family therapy
- Group therapy
- Individual psychotherapy
- Motivational interviewing
- Solution-focused techniques
- Trauma information and resolution therapy
Our psychotherapy services are generally provided in a group therapy setting with individual support to help you achieve maximal benefit throughout the group therapy process. Our clinic does not routinely offer individual psychotherapy services.
Since 2001, Rebel’s Drop-In Center has been a safe space for adults with behavioral health conditions seeking support and connection. The center provides free services including self-help support groups, arts and craft activities, wellness and recreational activities, peer mentoring, and recovery coaching. Rebel's art program showcases artwork throughout the Broward County community—no art experience is necessary.
Rebel's is open Monday-Sunday from 12 pm - 8 pm, including holidays.
Learn more about Rebel's Drop-In Center.
STAR Program: Outpatient Substance Abuse (Addiction) Treatment
The STAR Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Program provides effective treatment to adults struggling with addiction to alcohol, opioids, and other substances of abuse. Since addiction often presents with other mental health issues, such as depression or anxiety, our services are designed for the co-occurring treatment of both substance abuse and mental health conditions, and will help you build a new life of recovery. Patients attend group therapy 3-5 days per week, meet with their individual therapist on a weekly basis, and receive psychiatric medication management.
STAR Program: Outpatient Detoxification
The STAR Program addresses a person’s physiological and psychological dependency issues and allows individuals to undergo outpatient detoxification. Patients are evaluated by a clinical team, including nursing, pharmacy, and psychiatry, to devise and implement the detoxification plan. The program also includes group and individual therapy, toxicology screening, recovery support and aftercare. Psychiatric medication management and follow up is also available.
STAR Aftercare Program
The STAR Aftercare Program treats adults who have completed substance abuse treatment and want support to maintain recovery. Patients in the STAR Aftercare Program attend a weekly group, facilitated by a certified Peer Specialist, and have access to individual recovery coaching as well as individual psychotherapy.
Learn more about the STAR Program.
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a noninvasive procedure (no surgery or cutting the skin) that uses magnetic fields to stimulate nerve cells in the brain to improve symptoms of major depression. Approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), TMS usually is used only when other depression treatments haven't been effective. The FDA also approved TMS for obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) when standard treatments haven't worked well.
Our Trauma Program treats people who have experienced a wide range of traumatic events, including physical abuse, sexual abuse, and other threats to one’s life and/or physical, emotional or spiritual integrity. Trauma services include group and individual therapy programs. Evidence-based models used in our program include EMDR, Trauma Incidence Reduction, Cognitive Processing Therapy and Seeking Safety.
Learn more about our Trauma Program.
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