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Experience life-changing recovery without missing a beat. Get the support you need with our flexible outpatient treatment program for addiction.

What Exactly is an IOP?

  • Our IOP is tailored for individuals struggling with various mental health and substance abuse issues.
  • This program is less intensive than a partial hospitalization program (PHP) but provides structured care with 10-12 hours of therapy per week.
  • IOP is designed to foster recovery and resilience, helping individuals achieve mental wellness in a structured yet flexible outpatient setting.
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What Does Your Intensive Outpatient Program Treat?

  • Through a combination of evidence-based therapies, our IOP addresses complex mental health challenges and provides tailored support for those managing multiple disorders simultaneously.
  • This integrative approach ensures that patients receive comprehensive care, targeting both primary and secondary conditions in a cohesive treatment plan.
  • Our program treats co-occurring disorders, addressing both substance abuse and mental health conditions such as:
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A young man going through different emotions; he is bipolar.
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Benefits of IOP

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Evidence-Based Therapies

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Holistic  Approach

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Flexible Schedule

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Relapse Prevention

What Determines Placement in IOP or PHP?

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Determining whether you are placed in an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) or a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) depends on several factors. We assess:

  • Symptom severity: How much your mental health or substance use issues impact your daily life.
  • Daily living skills: Your ability to manage routines and responsibilities.
  • Treatment needs: The specific therapy or medication monitoring you require.
  • Home support system: The strength of your support network at home.

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