Jefferson Oaks News & Updates

Anxiety & COVID-19

May 12, 2020
In the world of COVID-19, change and uncertainty impacts every human on earth. On one hand, we know we're all in this together. On the other hand, we may feel alone and isolated. Whether you're an essential worker, working from home, laid off, furloughed, unemployed, learning to be a teacher for...

Coping with Isolation

May 11, 2020
How are you holding up with this quarantine? This is a very common question being asked currently with the events of the COVID-19 pandemic. These circumstances have created a sense of grief and loss on a global scale. Young, old, male, female, introverted, extroverted; everyone has been touched by...

Addiction Recovery During a Pandemic

May 11, 2020
With a population that relies primarily on in-person interactions for accountability and community strength, the current pandemic may be taking a larger toll on this group of individuals. To help, support groups, treatment centers and organizations across the U.S. are adjusting their services to...

Understanding Dialectical Behavior Therapy at Jefferson Oaks Behavioral Health

March 8, 2019
At Jefferson Oaks Behavioral Health, our multidisciplinary team utilizes evidence-based treatment practices when working with our patients. Our team is consistently attending training seminars, examining the current research literature, and engaging together in dynamic and professional discussions...

Letting Go in 2019

January 16, 2019
A longstanding Jefferson Oaks tradition, The Letting Go Ceremony, was conducted on New Year’s Eve by JOBH staff and patients. Together the team and patients wrote about issues or concerns that could be inhibiting growth and engaged in a ritual that involves tossing their issues into a fire pit...