After you or your loved one has completed the detox process, figuring out the next steps can be stressful. Once a client has completed the detox process at our medically supervised treatment facility, we work with clients and their loved ones to make sure they have a treatment plan, and they feel good about it.
Pathways is proud to offer an intensive outpatient treatment program for those in the community seeking outpatient treatment for their addiction, as well as residential treatment clients wishing to build skills, receive support and continue creating a strong recovery foundation. Dual diagnosis clients welcome.
Outpatient Treatment Schedule
Intensive Outpatient (IOP) consists of three treatment groups per week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am-1pm as well as a weekly individual session to discuss treatment plan progress and work on other daily life issues that pertain to a healthy recovery. Clients may bring a loved one to one individual session prior to completion of treatment. Continuing individual sessions are available for those who would like additional support. We use various modalities to work on and teach tools including: relapse prevention, codependency, healthy boundaries, trauma, life skills, spirituality and effective communication, all as they pertain to addiction. Our outpatient director will help you build a sober foundation that you will continue to build on after completion of treatment. Men and women over the age of 18 are welcome.
What is Intensive Outpatient Drug Rehab?
Intensive Outpatient Drug Rehab, sometimes referred to as Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), is a program option that clients can enter after the detox process and inpatient living. IOP is a way for a client to continue treatment with structured therapy. Outpatient programs focus on teaching clients a variety of techniques and skills to retain sobriety in the future.
At Pathways Recovery, we strive to provide each client with plenty of individual support, time, and attention. To better accommodate each client’s needs, our IOP program group is a small, intimate size. At one time, there may be only eight or fewer clients in a group. Through this smaller group, we can attend more personally to each client and ensure that their educational and treatment needs are met. This smaller environment also provides a safe and secure environment for our clients, which is always one of our top priorities as a treatment clinic.
Outpatient Rehabilitation Schedule
The IOP group schedule consists of three group therapy sessions per week on Mondays, Wednesday, and Friday from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm. Each client will also have one individual therapy session per week. IOP lasts for a minimum of six weeks.
When you or a loved one enters our program, you can be confident that our counselors will create individualized plans for each individual. We recognize that not everyone’s recovery journey and time in IOP looks the same. We ensure that we are meeting a client’s needs as best as we can through our individualized treatment plans.
Outpatient Rehab Resources
Alongside group and individual counseling sessions, we also offer various educational resources during our IOP meetings. These resources and activities include:
- One-on-one counseling
- Group therapy
- Drugs of Abuse
- Identifying high-risk situations
- Dual Diagnosis Treatment
- Mood Management
- Family Systems and understanding Family Dynamics
- Developing a Sober Support System
- Relapse Preventions Skills
- Communication Skills
- Trauma and Childhood PTSD
- Management of negative emotions and feelings
- Anger Management
- Family education classes
Our experienced counselor works with clients to best match their needs and determine which programming and activities will be most beneficial to them. Our intake assessment will assist in providing an appropriate plan of action for clients.
Who Can Benefit from Outpatient Rehab?
Intensive outpatient programs can be highly beneficial for individuals who have gone through the initial stages of detoxification and inpatient rehabilitation in a residential facility. IOP offers a structured continuation of treatment. Both inpatient and outpatient programming have been recognized in the treatment community as important treatment and education stages to maintain sobriety in the future.
This kind of programming aims to look more closely at internal struggles and challenges in the client, especially mental struggles that could affect sobriety. Addressing internal mental processes and building up communication and self-management skills gives a client more tools to build a healthy future.
How are Outpatient Programs Different From Inpatient Rehab?
Suppose you or a loved one is looking to continue treatment. In that case, outpatient is considered a more affordable alternative to inpatient addiction treatment and can also be used to continue treatment after inpatient treatment.
Outpatient treatment offers clients greater flexibility when scheduling and balancing treatment with personal and professional responsibilities. Sessions can be planned around a variety of commitments. For some clients, spending more time with family or loved ones is also an appealing benefit of outpatient programming.
Is Outpatient Treatment Right For You
If you are unsure which type of programming is best for you or a loved one, please contact us anytime, and one of our counselors will be happy to help you with more information regarding our addiction treatment centers.
Pathways Recovery is here to help you continue to receive high-quality treatment that is flexible and adaptable to your life and needs. Keep receiving the secure treatment you deserve to remain healthy while not sacrificing time from work or family. Call us at 916-735-8377 to get started on your customized treatment today.
Outpatient Therapy Program FAQs:
What is the difference between inpatient and outpatient?
In inpatient programs, the client stays at the facility and is usually more inflexible when maintaining a typical daily life routine outside of the facility. In outpatient programs, the individual goes to treatment during the day and has more flexibility in schedule sessions around work and family obligations.
Inpatient programs are also more expensive than outpatient programs.
What is mental behavioral health outpatient services?
Some outpatient services in addiction treatment facilities offer educational aspects such as mood management or dual diagnosis treatment. Dual diagnosis treatment refers to treatment that addresses an individual with a substance use disorder and a mental health disorder.
Many individuals who struggle with substance use disorder also have a co-occurring mental health disorder. Therefore, mental behavioral health is often commonly offered in outpatient services.
What are examples of outpatient services?
Outpatient services usually consist of group therapy and one-on-one counseling. There are many educational aspects of outpatient services that aim to inform clients about addiction better and teach them better skills to manage and maintain their sobriety.
Programming may differ depending on each individual’s specific needs.
What is meant by outpatient status?
Outpatient status means that a patient or client does not stay at the treatment facility but visits a treatment facility during the day.