Intensive Outpatient Program

By: JC's Recovery Center  12/01/2015
Keywords: Alcohol Rehab, Substance Abuse Treatment, Drug Rehabilitation

We realize that a life long recovery requires the support of many. Hence, we are an IOP that requires working the 12-steps and attendance to 12-step and faith-based meetings. In addition to your treatment, we will facilitate your introduction to the sober community in AA/NA to help you get the additional support you need to stay sober.We believe it is an integral part of long term sobriety. JC’s Recovery Center has a highly structured, faith-based IOP that will require a minimum of 9-12 hours of treatment per week. To ensure the most comprehensive treatment possible, you will also be assessed for the need of psychiatric care as our facility treats mental illness as well. Because our intensive outpatient program is tailored to each individual, the length of your program is to be determined although most clients complete the program within 10-12 weeks. Our intensive outpatient program is ideal for any person in the various stages of recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Commonly, an intensive outpatient facility offers the medical treatment you need to cope with early recovery but has the flexibility that will allow you to re-integrate into your work, family and social life. It is not to be confused with an inpatient facility that requires on site stay, close supervision and hospitalization. In many cases, an intensive outpatient program is the next level of care recommended to most patients who have completed a detox and inpatient drug rehab.

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