Intensive OutpatientIntensive drug and alcohol outpatient programs
After primary addiction treatment, transitioning into a life of sobriety, can be difficult. In addiction, we often develop a style of living, conducive to our addiction. While in an inpatient rehab center, we quickly adapted to an early morning structure and our daily activities were scheduled. This is why we have developed an intensive outpatient treatment program tailored to the needs of people transitioning out from addiction inpatient treatment. This program can naturally combined with recovery meetings that clients are free to attend at another time.
The transition from this regiment to sober living or to our living environment is a change. This changed is caused by the increase in choices, responsibilities and life skills. To assist in this transition, our SEV curriculum is an outpatient groups designed to develop the necessary tools for this type of transition.
Intensive outpatient groups are held three days a week, for two hours a day. The program is a licensed outpatient program, focused on chemical dependency education and life skills. The first hour is focused on the Support curriculum and administered by a clinical team member. The second hour of group is focused on Employment and Volunteering. Our in-house life coach or a member of our clinical team facilitates the curriculum.
Support – This section of our curriculum, is focused on relapse prevention. Our clinical team member will facilitate our three-week support curriculum. The curriculum is comprised of the following modules:
- The Risk of Relapse
- The Causes of Relapse
- Types of Relapse Prevention Techniques
Each module, will be given a full week of attention, will focus on education, preparation and implementation of counter measure techniques.
Intensive Outpatient Components
Our IOP meetings are structured around the following elements that will enable our clients to remain sober in the long-term by avoiding relapse.