Intensive outpatient rehabilitation sets you on the course to lasting success and sobriety. Allowing you to get back to your loved ones, professional life, and hobbies.
Intensive Outpatient Life
In our Intensive Outpatient program you will attend group therapy multiple times a week and meet your therapist on a less rigorous schedule. Beyond the initial steps of recovery, patients are able to continue working with licensed and/or certified counselors and discover the underlying issues that addiction has caused them. As you continue to accomplish goals in your individualized treatment plan, your frequency of attendance declines. Once you complete Intensive Outpatient, we offer outpatient treatment!
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What To Expect During IOP
Treatment plans are designed with the six ASAM dimensions in mind. Especially implementing Dimension 3 which involves Emotional, Behavioral or Cognitive Conditions, along with Readiness to Change, Relapse Potential, and Recovery Environment are included with each individual’s measure of progress. We also conduct random urine sample tests to ensure that our clients are remaining abstinent from any illicit drugs. At the end of a treatment episode, if medically needed, you can decide if it’s appropriate for you to continue in the program longer. Most IOP (ASAM Level 2.1) clients reach goal completion within four to six weeks by attending 3-5 sessions weekly. This method allows clients to experience “real-life stressors” while balancing employment, education, and therapy.
Modalities for Treatment Programming
- Emotional Self Regulation
- Distress Intolerance Skills
- Cognitive Restructuring
- Social Skills
- Anger Management
- Vocational Interviewing & Skill Building
- Restoring Independent Living Skills
- Denial Management
- Relapse Prevention
Are you or your loved one suffering from the negative consequences of alcohol and/or drug addiction?
Call our office and our caring and professional staff will help you get started on your Road To Recovery. We provide both treatment and housing services and help individuals and families take the first step toward recovery.