New Telehealth Outpatient Services

Due to the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), we wish to provide you with a solution that offers you the same excellent level of treatment that you have come to expect from us in a safe, convenient setting.

Your well-being is important to us, so we are implementing telehealth outpatient treatment services through the HIPAA-compliant online video platform, Zoom.

This telehealth service is completely secure and will allow us to take care of you and meet your needs – all from the safety of your home.

What does it change from regular outpatient treatment?

Nothing. The only difference is that you meet online through a smartphone, tablet, or desktop device rather than in-person at the facility.

Get started by contacting an outpatient location in your area today!

Available at all IOP locations

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Joint Commission Outpatient
Atlanta, GA

Foundations Atlanta at Midtown


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Joint Commission
Roswell, GA

Foundations Atlanta at Roswell


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Joint Commission
Chicago, IL

Foundations Chicago


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Joint Commission Outpatient
Royal Oak, MI

Skywood Outpatient


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Joint Commission
Nashville, TN

Foundations Nashville


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Joint Commission Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
San Francisco, CA

Foundations San Francisco


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Carf Outpatient
Palm Springs, CA

Michael's House Outpatient


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Joint Commission Outpatient
Dunwoody, GA

Talbott Dunwoody


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Joint Commission Outpatient
Los Angeles, CA

The Canyon at Santa Monica


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Joint Commission
Encino, CA

The Canyon at Encino


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For more details about joining a meeting visit Zoom’s knowledge center.

Have Questions?

  • How does telehealth work?

    All patients who utilize telehealth services access them from a private room, alone, using personal computers, tablets, smartphones, or other personal devices with video capability. Our professionals will also be in a private room at another location with similar equipment. Patients participating in group therapy services are required to take steps to keep the private information of other patients participating in the session by ensuring that third parties are not able to hear confidential information of other patients participating in group-level services.

  • Are telehealth and Zoom safe and HIPAA compliant?

    The interactive electronic systems used for telehealth comply with federal privacy and security law and/or as otherwise directed by Health and Human Services, Office of Civil Rights, and other federal oversight agencies. For more information, visit Zoom’s HIPAA Compliance Guide.

  • Do you have any resources for if I’m having technical issues with Zoom?

    If you’re having technical issues with Zoom you can call 888-799-9666 or visit the Zoom Help Center.