Our Intensive Outpatient Program provides maximum treatment with minimum disruption to the patients’ lives.
It is designed for those seeking treatment for the first time or those who have not yet reached the point where the consequences of their addiction interfere with the ability to remain employed or maintain personal relationships with family and friends.
Intensive Outpatient Program sessions are held in the evenings, allowing the patient to live an otherwise normal life while receiving treatment for his or her addiction. This also allows for a maximum amount of privacy and confidentiality for the patient.
Intensive Outpatient Program treatment is a program beginning with up to 8 weeks of 4 meetings a week, followed by a weekly group attendance expectation which can last up to 1 year or longer. Members of the client’s primary support system are encouraged to participate weekly. However, the spouse or significant other is expected to attend all sessions. This gives the individual and family time and support in which to heal together.
Thirty sessions – three hours in length, four nights a week include:
Completion of the first 8 weeks is followed by participation in the Continuing Care Program as a continuation of the treatment process.