Substance Use Disorder Intensive Outpatient Program

What is Substance Use Disorder IOP?

The SUD IOP allows our clients to work towards sustained recovery in a welcoming, safe, and non-judgmental environment. The first half of IOP is a presentation on various topics, such as self-esteem, relapse prevention, communication, disease model, nutrition, etc. The second half of IOP is an opportunity to discuss and process with the group facilitated by a certified therapist. The program enables patients to continue with their normal, day-to-day lives while receiving intensive treatment.

What can I expect from the Substance Use Disorder IOP?

The SUD IOP program runs for 6-8 weeks and is held for 3 hours per group, 3 times a week, a total commitment of 9 hours per week. Clients can choose from daytime, afternoon, or evening, virtual or in-person.

After completion of the SUD IOP Program, clients have an opportunity to join the Early Recovery Group (ERG) which runs once a week for 1.5 hours. This group is for individuals in the early stages of recovery and for those who have completed the intensive phase of treatment.

During this phase, the group takes a deeper look into the issues presented in early recovery, repairing relationships, facing possible consequences, sober life management, and exploring the right outside program that fits your needs, whether it be AA/NA, SMART recovery.