Connecting patients face-to-face with health care providers can be a challenge at times. This is especially true when the patient suffers from mental health
or substance use disorders
is a great solution whether the individual is already in treatment or is delaying the start of treatment.
Telehealth is a broad term for health care that is provided via email, phone, data transfer, or video conference. The main benefit for patients is that they can be anywhere for treatment, as long as they have a computer with internet access or a phone available. Tarzana Treatment Centers is currently using several telehealth delivery methods, and we plan to take advantage of more as they become available to us.
Tarzana Treatment Centers’ Telehealth Program makes it possible for patients in residential alcohol and drug treatment
to visit with offsite providers without leaving the building. Each patient has a secure account on the LiveVisit video conference application, and can meet with clinic physicians or licensed mental health professionals. We also use telehealth video conferencing for outpatient
Sufferers postpone getting treatment for mental health and substance use disorders more often than you might think. When they finally do go to that first treatment session, almost all of them realize that the delay was unnecessary. Tarzana Treatment Centers’ Valley Tele-Treatment Program (VTP)
makes that first session more convenient. Individuals can receive treatment via VTP for up to 90 days, or they may choose to start face-to-face sessions after that first one.
For more information, please call 818-654-3821 or email email@example.com today.
Telemedicine services are also available with online medical care, online mental health treatment, and online alcohol and drug treatment.
Southern California Locations for Alcohol and Drug Treatment
Tarzana Treatment Centers has locations all over Southern California
in Los Angeles County. Other than our central location in Tarzana, we have facilities in Lancaster in the Antelope Valley, Long Beach, and in Northridge and Reseda in the San Fernando Valley.