IOP & OP
Intensive Outpatient Treatment can be an asset. Here’s everything you should know about IOP with answers to your biggest questions.
Outpatient rehab allows patients the opportunity to stay in their environment, while providing a structured therapy regime consisting of peer engagement.
Now that you’ve completed an inpatient rehab facility what happens next? As many as 60% of people relapse after treatment making outpatient so important.
The thought of attending rehab can be intimidating. However, more than anything attending inpatient rehab is similar to going to summer camp.
You might be looking ahead and thinking, “this year I get my life back”. Why wait? Here are three reasons spending the holiday in rehab is your best option.
PHP level of care is our most intensive treatment track. The PHP program consists of clinical services 5 hours per day, 5 days per week. During treatment clients participate in 4 daily group therapy sessions, as well as individual therapy at least once per week. In addition, all clients meet… View more
Rapper Kid Cudi Checks into Rehab for Depression, Anxiety, and Suicidal Thoughts Rapper Scott “Kid Cudi” Mescudi checked into rehab last week for depression, anxiety, and suicidal urges. The hip-hop star shared the news in an emotional letter posted to his Facebook page, revealing “I am not at peace. I haven’t been since you’ve known… View more
Why choose sober living? You’ve taken the first steps in recovery, which are often the most difficult, and detoxed in an addiction treatment program. Now you may be wondering, ‘What’s next?’ This is a daunting question that many in addiction recovery are faced with. Leaving the safety and security of inpatient treatment to return to… View more
The Benefits of Continuing Treatment in an IOP Treatment for drug and alcohol addiction often begins at an inpatient facility for detox. The amount of time spent at an inpatient facility will often vary depending on a number of factors. Following inpatient treatment some patients may choose to continue their recovery journey at an IOP… View more
The Role of Relapse Prevention in Addiction Treatment Relapse is defined as when an individual who has undergone a period of abstinence from drug or substance abuse returns to using a substance or drug. Approximately 40-60% of addiction patients will relapse. In addiction, relapse is not uncommon and is a very real danger for an… View more