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Intensive Outpatient Program

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happy women after an intensive outpatient programAddiction is a chronic disease. Recovery from addiction involves ongoing treatment that meets clients where they are. One way to achieve a strong foundation in early recovery is by participating in an intensive outpatient program. After clients complete our PHP level of care, we recommend that they step down into our intensive outpatient program (IOP). Leaving rehab isn’t always easy, but IOP can help ease this transition and provide ongoing support for any challenges that occur in early recovery.

While participating in our IOP in Jeffersonville, Indiana, clients will receive approximately 15 hours of clinical care and group therapy each week. This means they will attend therapy sessions several days a week for a few hours at a time. Clients may participate in both group and individual therapy based on their specific needs.

Learn more about our intensive outpatient treatment program in Jeffersonville, IN by contacting TruHealing Riverbend at 855.652.0546 or by reaching out to us online today.

Intensive Outpatient Programs Build a Foundation for Long-Term Recovery

What are intensive outpatient programs? These addiction treatment programs are distinct from residential programs. While these can be useful for those with very severe addictions, not everyone can commit the time needed for this kind of inpatient care. And the truth is that not everyone needs it. In an intensive outpatient addiction treatment program, clients live at home or while they receive treatment. Being flexible, yet intensive, IOP programs enable patients to go about their daily lives and responsibilities while still receiving the substance abuse counseling that they need.

An IOP might be the right choice for you if:

  • You have completed a partial hospitalization program (PHP).
  • The responsibilities of work, school, or childcare mean that you cannot commit the time needed to programs like the above
  • You are ready to return to work or school but need to continue treatment.
  • You already have a strong support network, but you wish to continue developing it as you recover.

Our intensive outpatient rehab program will provide you with expert care in a comfortable environment while personalizing the program to meet your needs. And at TruHealing Riverbend, every client receives an initial assessment to determine their needs in treatment and the best plan for them. Our team then customizes a plan to cater to your specific circumstances.

What to Expect in Our Intensive Outpatient Program

In order to better help people adapt to daily life in sobriety, IOP places a heavy focus on group and community support, life skills, and relapse prevention. For example, case managers may help IOP clients with job applications or pending legal issues. On the other hand, the counseling provided during therapy sessions helps reinforce the coping skills and behaviors learned during rehab to reduce the risks of relapse.

Lastly, those who participate in our intensive outpatient program in Jeffersonville, IN are encouraged to participate in a 12-step fellowship, such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or Narcotics Anonymous (NA), while they are in treatment to further support a lasting recovery.

Reach Out to TruHealing Riverbend Today

Reach out to the TruHealing team today to learn more about our intensive outpatient program and to get started on the journey to recovery. Our IOP in Jeffersonville, IN can help you develop the healthy coping skills you need for lasting sobriety. In addition to our intensive outpatient program, we also offer partial hospitalization programs and outpatient programs to support clients every step of the way.

Our staff is dedicated to providing each and every client with unparalleled and individualized care. Whether you’re coming back from a difficult relapse, seeking treatment for the first time, or are looking for help for a loved one, we’re here to help. Contact us at 855.652.0546 or reach out to our team online to get started.