Our Intensive Outpatient treatment program (IOP) ranges from ASAM Level II to ASAM Level III
The level of treatment recommended is based on a thorough assessment of each individual’s unique circumstances and needs.The clinician will recommend an intensive outpatient treatment program that will address more than addiction. Developing new and healthy coping skills to begin the journey of recovery and healing from addiction requires work and time.
Individual therapy or counseling is one of the components of an intensive outpatient treatment program. A weekly session with a therapist will help address underlying issues and possible barriers to treatment.
The second part of the intensive outpatient treatment consists of related groups. Relationships get strained because of prolonged substance abuse by a spouse, partner, parent, child, sibling, or a friend. Relationship groups are sessions that allow loved ones to identify and heal from co-dependency, resentment, abuse, and a host of issues that could hinder a healthy relationship.
Group therapy is the third component of intensive outpatient treatment. It is an excellent method of identifying and relating to others in similar stages of life. The goal of group therapy is to engage in catharsis and release all negative emotions. Group therapy can be an excellent setting to help individuals grow and support each other in the journey of recovery.