The Oaks at Lakeside
Lakeside opened The Oaks at Lakeside in East Memphis in the Fall of 2020. The Oaks at Lakeside provides a treatment program for working professionals in the Mid-South area. The Oaks works to address behavioral health and addiction issues to help each person live their fullest lives.
The Oaks’ Day Program offers an intensive treatment environment in an outpatient setting. It serves as an entry-level of care for individuals not in need of inpatient treatment. It also serves as a step-down option for those discharged from the inpatient setting.
With its modern, open atmosphere and comfortable amenities, The Oaks is a sanctuary of healing and recovery. Nestled in the secluded area of Memphis, centrally located near Poplar and 240, our warm, welcoming atmosphere provides support for those suffering from trauma, depression, anxiety, stress, and burnout and many other mental and emotional disorders. Through evidence-based therapy and education, our programs are designed to meet their specific mental and emotional needs in an outpatient setting. With a wealth of knowledge and experience, our treatment team empowers our patients to reach their own unique recovery by focusing on healing the whole person beginning at the root. Our comprehensive method prepares clients for a long-term success in mental and emotional healing.
- Personalized Care that respects individuality
- An environment that nurtures healing and self-discovery
- Holistic treatment that addresses issues from the root
- Skilled, licensed, personalized and professional staff
We Specialize in Working with Individuals Who Want to Work On:
- Anxiety and Panic Attacks
- PTSD and Trauma
- Grief and Loss
- Men/ Women Issues
- Anger Management
- Addictive behaviors
- Life Adjustments
- And more
Women’s Intensive Outpatient Program at The Oaks at Lakeside
Lakeside Behavioral Health System hosts a Women’s Evening Intensive Outpatient Program (EOP) East Memphis office.
Multiple outlets have reported on the impacts the pandemic has had on women specifically. In fact, women are leaving the workforce four times the rate as men. A lot of the household responsibilities have fallen primarily on women, which includes childcare and ensuring children are attending virtual schooling platforms. The women who are lucky enough to keep their jobs, at times are working from home and juggling all of these responsibilities as many options for childcare are limited. This has led to high levels of stress. According to research by Finn Partners, women are bearing the most of this emotional burden. Their research indicates that 56% of women are experiencing higher anxiety, a third have experienced sadness, and almost 30% have expressed fear due to the pandemic.
We want to help! The group will be led by licensed clinicians at The Oaks at Lakeside located in beautiful East Memphis, 1083 W. Rex Rd. For more information, call 901-355-0381.
“I enjoyed my treatment, I felt heard, I felt safe, and I felt the therapist actually cared…” -Alexandra
“The atmosphere was conducive for treatment. I felt safe and I felt I really learned a lot in the couple of weeks I spent there than I have in my entire life, this is who impactful it was…” -David
“Not only was the environment safe, but the therapist made the therapeutic atmosphere safe for me to share. I don’t usually talk, I was able to come out of my shell and be open for once. it felt good!” –Jasmine
For more information on programming or to make a referral, call 901-500-8517 to speak with a member of the Lakeside Team.
To request medical records please contact the UHS-NRO Records Department. Fax a copy of the completed/signed ROI form for the Oaks at La Paloma or for Foundations Memphis to FAX# (615)-997-1200 or it can be emailed to [email protected] If you need additional guidance on medical records, please call 615-312-5834.