Not everyone who walks in the first day is ready to start a new life in recovery. Part of creating fundamental change is breaking down barriers in order to discover and treat underlying symptoms and triggers.
We believe breaking through these barriers is difficult without an engaging environment. However, there has to be a balance with core clinical intervention and individualized treatment focused groups.
According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration,
a Life in Recovery consists of four components:
3 days a week (3 hours a day)
2-3 days per week (1-2 hours a day)
Morning IOP Program
Afternoon IOP Program
Decisions about morning versus afternoon programming hours is determined based on which track is most medically appropriate. Our core programming for PHP and IOP levels of care occur between 9am and 4:30pm.
Evening IOP and After-Care Program
As patients progress through treatment or if currently employed, we provide resources for those individuals to continue an evening treatment program that is flexible with their work schedule. We have also created and hold alumni groups for those who have completed our program for continuing education and assistance.
1 day per week (1-2 hours a day)
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