The Oaks at La Paloma, Memphis, Tennessee
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The Oaks At La Paloma Overview
Located in the city of Memphis, Tennessee, The Oaks at La Paloma is a treatment facility which provides integrated services to adults above the age of 18 dealing with mental health and substance abuse issues. The center bases its treatment programs on The Foundations Treatment Model, a treatment strategy which incorporates Motivational Interviewing philosophies and methods, and with the help of highly-trained staff, treats various ailments ranging from PTSD, depression, and compulsion disorders to ADD and co-occurring mental health disorders. The treatment staff consists of experienced professionals such as licensed therapists, psychiatrists, clinical directors, nurse practitioners, and physicians. Additionally, the center utilizes evidence-based practices and offers integrated treatment for substance abuse and mental health issues. Separate programs are offered for drug and alcohol rehabilitation and the facility’s residential and outpatient programs offer individualized treatment plans which consist of 12-step principles, therapy, and life skills. In addition to this, the center also provides a short-term, intensive medically-managed detox program which offers medical interventions and counseling to patients going through withdrawal in a safe environment. For patients who require family support, the facility offers a weekend intensive family program which incorporates family therapy and counseling.
Accommodation & Food
The center can accommodate up to 71 persons in its large brick building. Residents enjoy the beautiful surroundings and the outdoor space is large and well-suited for relaxation. Individuals are housed in gender-specific living quarters and residents are accommodated in semi-private rooms, with one or two roommates. Patients are given rooms and roommates based on what is deemed clinically appropriate by the staff. The center also has a common room with a TV that can be used during leisure periods. The facility also has an on-site gym and an art therapy room which allows patients to be creatively expressive.
Meals at the center are nutritious, healthy, and prepared by the on-site chefs. Clients allowed to have sugar and caffeine in small amounts.
Treatment & Therapy
The center offers some treatment and therapy services depending on the unique needs of the client. Some of these are:
- Inpatient treatment
- Outpatient treatment
The detox program offered at the facility is medically-managed and lasts for about 2-7 days. This program is usually the first stage of the recovery process and seeks to assist clients going through withdrawal to do so in a safe and comfortable environment. Clients are involved in daily meetings with a physician and counseling.
The inpatient treatment program is comprehensive, well-rounded and includes various therapeutic groups, therapy models, pharmacological evaluations, 12-step recovery, and education groups.
The outpatient treatment program is evidence-based and utilizes an individualized treatment plan. The program focuses on co-occurring disorders and provides treatment services such as education programs, psychiatric assessments, group therapy, and specialty groups. The program can also be offered in the day or evening.
The following are a list of conditions treated at the facility:
- Substance abuse
- Chemical dependence
- Co-occurring disorders
- Compulsion disorders
The facility offers various options of therapy which include:
- Family therapy
- Mediation management
- Group therapy
- Relapse prevention
- Individual therapy
- Art therapy
- 12-step recovery
The Oaks at La Paloma costs approximately $27,600 for a 30-day treatment at the facility but this amount is subject to change, as it is greatly dependent on the type of treatment and level of care a client requires. The facility’s programs are covered by most insurance plans and in this; the facility is in-network with most insurance providers. Some of them include Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Multiplan, Cigna, Humana, Value Options, Magellan Health Services, and more. Clients are advised to contact the facility for more information on payment, insurance verification, admission, and more.
The facility is accredited by the CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) and The Joint Commission.
The Oaks At La Paloma Advantages
The facility offers recreational and holistic therapies to clients registered at this facility. Some of these therapy programs include equine therapy, which helps clients connect with friendly horses and getting outside. All programs offered are included in the original fees, but external services such as counseling with an outside practitioner will attract additional fees.
The treatment center believes that involving family members and loved ones to treatment is an important part of recovery. Programs are scheduled during family weekends to educate family members on issues such as codependency, boundary setting, communication and triggering behaviors, and more. Family members are also encouraged to visit clients and stay in contact with the primary therapist and staff through the client’s recovery.
In totality, the facility offers well-rounded, structured, and comprehensive programs to fit the needs of clients suffering from mental health and substance abuse issues. Clients seeking a facility that offers a strong alternative to the regular 12-step treatment center will find The Oaks at La Paloma to be a good option.
Lucas holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Memphis and also went to the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, where he earned a medical degree and completed a psychiatry residency. He also went to the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, where he earned a Master’s degree majoring in Public Health. He went to Louisiana State University, where he completed his pediatric internship. He has over 10 years of experience working in a behavioral healthcare setting.
Hallie holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas in Child Development and Family Relations. She then went to the University of Alabama, where she completed a Master’s degree in Human Development and Family Studies. Furthering her knowledge, she obtained a second master’s degree from the Georgia School of Professional Psychology in Atlanta, majoring in Counseling Psychology. She is licensed to practice professional counseling and is a certified grief counselor.
Director of Residential Services
Talunja holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Mississippi in Social work and a Master’s degree from the same university in Education as well. Prior to holding the position of Director of clinical services, she served in other capacities within the organization such as serving as the clinical manager.
Memphis, TN, 38114
Where do calls go
Calls to our general hotline may be answered by private treatment providers.