Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Many of the clients served by Sobriety Options may not need a residential program, but many more still decide to continue their journey towards lifelong sobriety by completing an intensive outpatient program after residential care.
According to Dennis McCarty, Ph.D. et al in an article published in Psychiatric Services,
“Substance abuse intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) are direct services for people with substance use disorders or co-occurring mental and substance use disorders who do not require medical detoxification or 24-hour supervision. IOPs are alternatives to inpatient and residential treatment. They are designed to establish psychosocial supports and facilitate relapse management and coping strategies. This review assessed the evidence base for IOPs.”
About Our Intensive Outpatient Program
Unlike other treatment providers, clients referred to our IOP program don’t just benefit from the nine hour minimum requirement of care weekly, all of our clients benefit from 5 days of care, Monday through Friday and have the option of living in one of the multiple, upscale sober living homes where you’ll live in a supportive environment with other men or women on their path to long-term recovery.
While in the IOP program, you will still benefit from individual therapy sessions, group sessions and access to clinical and medical staff that will help you all along the way.
Locations Offering an Intensive Outpatient Program
There’s a wide variation in the quality of treatment centers throughout the United States. Sobriety Options will help you or a loved one gain admission to one of the best facilities in sunny Southern California. All of our locations are upscale with gourmet prepped meals and on the weekends, we take our clients on outings because real recovery means experiencing and enjoying real life.
Gain Admission to the Best Intensive Outpatient Program
If you need help for yourself or for a loved one, SobrietyOptions.com is here to help. We are open 24 hours a day and 365 days per year to help those suffering from substance abuse disorder and mental health disorders find their path to freedom from addiction and suffering.