Adult Intensive Outpatient Program
Once clients complete a residential program, intensive outpatient care helps ease the process of reentering society while in recovery. Outpatient treatment encourages clients to participate within their communities while continuing treatment during convenient hours. IOP allows clients to continue alcohol and drug rehab while immersing themselves in work or education to maintain a productive lifestyle. Patients in this level of care are offered five sessions per week and upon completion of treatment plan goals, the ability to transition to four sessions/three sessions per week until all treatment goals have been met. Format is both Group and Individual Therapy with an assigned Primary Therapist.
Read about our adult intensive outpatient program here.
Traditional Outpatient Group
Patients will have one group and one individual session weekly for a minimum of twelve weeks with a Primary Therapist, usually in individual settings. Adults referred to this program have experienced some, but few negative consequence of their use or have had a brief relapse. The focus during this program includes education, self-diagnosis, defense mechanisms, development of a sober support network and relapse prevention.
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