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Intensive Outpatient Program

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Intensive Outpatient Program

Onsite and Virtual Care Available

Intensive Outpatient (IOP) is available in-person and through telehealth. Please call to set up your first appointment.

The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is designed for individuals with a substance use disorder who require more than weekly counseling and less than residential care. The program provides monitoring several times a week in a supportive group setting. The group meets three times a week, mornings or evenings, for three hours. Participants attend for three to eight weeks, with four weeks being the average.

This level of care is appropriate for those who have mild to moderate co-occurring mental health symptoms requiring monitoring and stabilization, those who are experiencing high stress life circumstances that make it more difficult to cope with urges and cravings to use substances, and those who have not been able to stabilize their substance use in a traditional outpatient setting.

IOP is for individuals who are able and willing to commit to a structured program requiring regular attendance and active participation. We understand each person in this program comes with very diverse issues and problems, and we are sensitive to everyone’s needs, personality, communication style, readiness to change and personal preferences. We will work with you to develop a treatment plan that takes into consideration these preferences within the structure and guidelines of the outpatient addiction program.

Our IOP staff is highly experienced. Therapists have expertise in both mental health and substance use disorders.



  • Intake assessment and evaluation
  • Individualized plan of care
  • Group therapy
  • Family involvement
  • Continuing care planning and referral
  • Individual therapy can be an option if clinically recommended, but not part of the standard IOP programming and more likely to occur as a step down from IOP


Girls and women become addicted to alcohol, nicotine and illegal and prescription drugs, and develop substance-related diseases at lower levels of use and in shorter periods of time than their male counterparts. –Substance Use Disorder Insights

For more details about this level of care or any other addiction service in our continuum, please call 866.852.4001.