IOP Intensive Outpatient Programs
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IOP Attendance: Day and Evening Sessions Available.
IOP Minimum Attendance Requirement: 9 hours per week, 3 hours per session
IOP Programs area also available via Virtual IOP.
What is IOP Intensive Outpatient Program Rehab Treatment?
• Day and Evening Sessions Available
• Customized treatment plans are developed for each client
• IOP is transitional in nature and includes two specific step-down phases
• MAT Medication-Assisted Therapy Available for Opioid Addiction Recovery
IOP Intensive Outpatient Programs are perfect for individuals needing rehab addiction treatment on a flexible schedule. We have Day and Evening programs for those with work, school or caretaking responsibilities that prevent attending a residential rehab.
Intensive outpatient programs IOPs work best for individuals with substance use disorders (including dual diagnosis) who do not require medical detox or 24-hour supervision.
Our IOP treatment is dual diagnosis and seeks to establish psychosocial supports and facilitate relapse prevention and coping strategies.
IOP can be an opportunity for individuals to continue addiction recovery after residential rehab.
This includes those with dual diagnosis issues such as depression, anxiety or other mental health issues.
Dual Diagnosis Trauma-informed Addiction Treatment Therapy
Recovery Happens Outpatient Rehab addiction treatment includes trauma-informed therapy using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing, Brainspotting, Emotional Regulation, Brainspotting with CADC II (Certified Alcohol Drug Counselor) and Masters Level counselors.
Dual diagnosis treatment is our specialty. We work with individuals experiencing PTSD, trauma, depression, anxiety and more.
Day and Evening Groups Available
Day and evening groups are available so that patients are able to meet home, work, and school commitments.
Individual therapy is part of IOP Intensive Outpatient Programs and integrates care for co-occurring disorders (also known as dual diagnosis).
We work with patients to resolve underlying mental health issues such as depression, PTSD, anxiety, or trauma as part of the addiction treatment process. Random drug testing is also part of the IOP process.
In addition to group sessions, each client meets with a counselor each week to individualize their treatment experience.
Recovery Happens Outpatient Rehab is dedicated to providing optimal care for each client’s unique needs – and we are proud of our ability to do this!
Additional Dual Diagnosis Program Benefits
Our dual diagnosis outpatient treatment programs are trauma-informed.
An additional recovery resiliency component in our intensive outpatient program includes a rotating six-week Brainspotting and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) curriculum.
These sessions include a mix of traditional and collegiate clients.
Group participants focus on the following six specific areas during treatment:
1. Life Skills Training
3. Interpersonal Effectiveness
4. Emotional Regulation
5. Distress Tolerance
6. Relapse Prevention
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Recovery Happens Intensive Outpatient Program IOP
IOP Attendance: Morning and Evening Sessions Available.
The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) at New Start Recovery Solutions is designed to offer flexibility for our clients who must balance their recovery with work or school commitments. IOP groups are offered daily; morning, afternoon, and evening times are available.
Intensive Outpatient Program groups at New Start Recovery Solutions are led by Master’s level therapists with extensive experience supporting addiction recovery.
Goals of our IOP program include helping each patient learn to manage their behaviors, emotions, and thinking in order to prevent relapse from occurring.
However, the Intensive Outpatient Program IOP is not right for everyone.
• Not recommended for those still actively using drugs and alcohol; or anyone needing supervised medical detox.
• Not recommended for anyone in an environment that encourages substance abuse.