The Meadows Outpatient Center
Convenient, comprehensive outpatient treatment just north of downtown Dallas
Our serene setting just outside the hustle and bustle of downtown Dallas makes the Meadows’ Intensive Outpatient Center the ideal place for anyone in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to begin their journey of recovery. Our program setting is ideal for those who have already completed a residential, inpatient, or partial hospitalization treatment program and are looking for further care. Some individuals may qualify for the outpatient program without first having the need for a higher level of care. Every individual’s current issues and circumstances are taken into consideration to be sure they are offered the safest and most appropriate program for their clinical needs.
Explore the campus of our Dallas facility through our photo gallery and interactive virtual tour.
When you or a loved one needs help, the last thing you want to worry about is figuring out how to pay for treatment. The Meadows Outpatient representatives are highly knowledgeable about insurance plans and coverage, and we work with each case individually to secure the maximum benefits possible. This allows your family to focus on treatment.
Our Dallas Outpatient Center is in-network with the following insurance providers:
Director of Outpatient Services-Dallas
Martha Graham has over 20 years of experience in residential, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and outpatient settings. She has specialized training in substance use disorder, trauma resolution, sex and love addiction, and couples therapy. Graham’s focus is on treating the whole person—physically, mentally, and spiritually—and responding to each individual’s needs with compassion. She considers the journey toward authenticity a sacred path, and believes healing and recovery are within reach for all who are honest, open, and willing.
Gene Ross, former Director of Outpatient Services for The Meadows in Dallas, Texas, sits down with the Beyond Theory podcast to discuss why our attempts to avoid pain are not only unsuccessful, but can also damage our mental health and lead us to substance use.