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What is an Intensive Outpatient Program?

Posted by Jackson Bentley on May 17, 2018 8:00:00 AM

Intensive Outpatient Rehab is an effective form of treatment for many individuals. However, depending on the situation, it may or may not be ideally suited to match your specific needs. For those trying to get off drugs and alcohol, IOP is a step towards recovery that is less intensive than inpatient rehab but more involved than solely detoxing, attending therapy, or pursuing medication assisted recovery by itself.

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Inpatient Drug Rehab vs. IOP vs. PHP

Posted by Jackson Bentley on May 16, 2018 11:00:00 AM

For those seeking to abstain from drugs and alcohol, enrolling in a treatment center may be the best option for successful recovery. Individuals pursuing treatment have different needs based on their personal circumstances. Fortunately, there are multiple treatment options available catering to a variety of needs and backgrounds. The most common are Inpatient Rehab, Intensive Outpatient (IOP), and Partial Hospitalization (PHP). Each one is characterized by continued care and a structured environment focused on safely withdrawing from substances and teaching life skills to continue with sobriety.

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Is Intensive Outpatient Treatment Right for You?

Posted by Sara Niemiec on May 14, 2018 8:00:00 AM

 

Intensive Outpatient Rehab is an effective form of treatment for many individuals. However, depending on the situation, it may or may not be ideally suited to match your specific needs. For those trying to get off drugs and alcohol, IOP is a step towards recovery that is less intensive than inpatient rehab but more involved than solely detoxing, attending therapy, or pursuing medication assisted recovery by itself.


Intensive Outpatient should be looked at if you recently completed medical detox, if a licensed clinician recommends it, or if you are looking for a less time intensive form of rehab. IOP's are generally recommended for those who don’t need medically-supervised detox. If detox is needed, however, IOP is an option to consider trying after completion. IOP provides flexibility, accountability, and the continued support to keep you free from drugs and alcohol.

 

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10 Reasons Why Intensive Outpatient Treatment Is Essential

Posted by Sara Niemiec on Jan 16, 2018 10:00:00 AM

 

Recovery from addiction is an ongoing process requiring serious attention, and it can be treated with intensive outpatient treatment. Completion of rehab is a great accomplishment and a significant step towards full recovery. However, there’s a high risk of relapse in the first 60 days of rehab. About 50 percent of individuals who complete rehab is likely to relapse. 

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