What Is an Intensive Outpatient Program?
Is intensive outpatient treatment right for me?
Transitioning to our IOP could be the next step in your addiction treatment if this applies to you:
What To Expect in Our IOP
Healing from substance abuse often requires more than acute treatment or hospitalization. Our IOP provides intensive daytime therapy to equip you for a life in recovery.
IOP patients engage in a minimum of nine hours of therapy each week, involving meetings with medical professionals, one-on-one sessions with therapists, and skills-based group therapy focused on developing strategies for everyday sober living.
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Using Insurance for Intensive Outpatient Rehab
FAQs About Our Intensive Outpatient Program
How long is intensive outpatient rehab?
How long it takes to complete rehab varies from person to person. The IOP level of care is the most flexible stage of your rehab experience. Some patients stay at this level for as little as one week after a longer inpatient stay, while others may stay for several months as their medical need dictates and insurance allows.
Is drug or alcohol detox included?
Medical detox is not provided as part of an IOP. Individuals who need medical detox must complete that program separately before reaching lower levels of care like IOP.
Do intensive outpatient rehab programs work?
IOPs assist individuals in transitioning from onsite living at the facility to independent living during outpatient care. This guarantees access to necessary therapy, medical care, and support as clients prepare for life in recovery. Without this crucial step, many patients face an elevated risk of relapse, overdose, and other challenging outcomes.
Is transportation provided for IOP rehab?
Most patients still live onsite at the facility while participating in our intensive outpatient program. When you’re scheduled to be admitted into our facility, we offer pick-up services to and from airports, bus stations, or train stations, and rideshare scheduling within a certain distance of the facility.
How can I pay for intensive outpatient rehab?
Insurance may cover some or all of the cost of a medical detox. Without insurance, The Recovery Village Palmer Lake’s intake coordinators can discuss private payment options with you.
Will I lose my job if I go to rehab?
Several laws are in place that protect employees when they attend detox and rehab. Your Recovery Advocate can guide you on qualifying for these protections.
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