We’re prepared to assist with a variety of care requirements

We’re prepared to assist with a variety of care requirements


Inspirations IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program) is a counseling center that provides group and individual therapy sessions during the day to senior adults that do not need intensive inpatient care in an inpatient behavioral unit. Our daily programs include services which allow the patient to return home after receiving services in our Outpatient Counseling Center. One Meal and Transportation provided. Services are approved and Monitored by a Physician to design an individual care plan with goals.

Signs and Symptoms for program but are not limited to are:

Extreme sadness or depression
Changes in sleep habits
Difficulty coping with change
Excessive worry/anxiety
Suicidal or homicidal thoughts
Hallucinations/delusions/paranoia
Behavioral problems related to other mental health issues.

Maryann Lucas

Maryann Lucas

Director of the Inspirations Outpatient Counseling Center

Maryann Lucas, Director of the Inspirations Outpatient Counseling Center in Cleveland, has been a viable team member with the health care industry for more than 22 years as an inspiring, compassionate nurse.

For 11 of those years, she has become a professionally, qualified advocate for mental health, dedicating her career to setting a standard of care to patients.

She is currently Program Director of Allegiance Specialty Hospital’s (ASH) Inspirations of Cleveland, where its successful, counseling, reputation has reached many parts of the Ark-LA-MS areas. Her focus is on obtaining goals she has set for ASH to focus on mental health awareness and making treatment available to the community.

As Program Director, she coordinates care in compliance with state and federal guidelines while maintaining focus on the goals and objectives of ASH, with patient care being among her top priority.

Maryann is responsible for administrative accuracy in all areas of Inspiration’s program operations, her leadership maintains the focus of patient advocacy and compassionate approach to mental health in the communities she chose to serve.