Intensive Outpatient Programs are designed to further recovery in individuals who either do not require drug/alcohol detox or inpatient treatment, or have already completed it.
Through the utilization of intensive therapies and group programs, IOPs serve to treat the lingering effects of addiction, while creating healthy boundaries and pathways for lifelong recovery.
Intended to accommodate work and family life, IOPs allow individuals to personalize their treatment plans to varying degrees. At RECO, we work directly with our clients to ensure their ability to maintain employment and familial responsibilities while also adhering to the curriculum of our program. As clients assimilate into a routine of working and attending therapies, a renewed commitment to sobriety emerges.
How Intensive Outpatient Programs Work
The time spent in an IOP is often a fragile period of recovery. Individuals may feel overwhelmed by the mental, emotional, and physical complexities of maintaining sobriety. IOPs aim to calm these fears, acting as a comprehensive resource and a compassionate guide. A specialized team of primary therapists, medical doctors, behavioral health technicians, and case managers work together to provide capacity for healing through individualized instruction and treatment.
Aiming to bridge the gap between active rehabilitation and independent living, IOPs are essential to those in the early stages of recovery. RECO Intensive aims to prevent relapse, to perpetuate vital healing processes, and to construct brighter futures for clients and their families.