Belmont Northeast Outpatient Program

(215) 632-6400
  • Facility Type

    • Outpatient Facility
  • Ages Treated

    • Children (Ages 5-12)
    • Adolescents & Teenagers (Ages 13-17)
    • Seniors (Ages 65+)
  • Disorders & Addictions Treated

    • Behavioral Disorders
    • Mental Health Disorders
    • Mood Disorders
    • Substance Abuse & Addictions
  • Levels of Care

    • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
    • Traditional Outpatient
    • Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
  • Services Provided

    • Behavioral Therapies

About Belmont Behavioral Health - Philadelphia, PA IOP

About Belmont Behavioral Hospital – IOP

Located in the Belmont Village neighborhood of Philadelphia, Belmont Behavioral Hospital – IOP is one of the region’s leading providers of comprehensive care at the intensive outpatient level. Serving adults of all genders age 18 and older who are struggling with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and other mental health concerns, Belmont Behavioral Hospital – IOP is ideal for individuals who require more support than they would receive through traditional outpatient services but less structure than inpatient care offers. Our intensive outpatient programming consists of effective treatment that is personalized to meet each patient’s unique needs and enhance their progress toward living a more fulfilling life.

What Makes Belmont Behavioral Hospital – IOP Different?

At Belmont Behavioral Hospital – IOP, we tailor our therapeutic offerings to the specific strengths and goals of each patient. We offer individual and family therapy on an as-needed basis, but our primary focus is on group therapy, which integrates problem-solving, interpersonal effectiveness, and coping skills to help our patients manage the symptoms of the mental health disorders they are facing. Through evidence-based treatment that may include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), we focus on treating the whole person. Belmont Behavioral Hospital – IOP also offers certified recreational, music, and horticultural therapists to give patients additional means of support.