Intensive Outpatient Programing
Addiction, Substance Abuse Treatment, Intensive Outpatient Programing
Intensive outpatient treatment (IOP) is primary treatment offered on a part-time yet intensive schedule and establishes the foundation for long term recovery support.
Women often do not get the help they need because it means putting their life on hold. Intensive outpatient programming allows for continuation of everyday activities such as work, parenting, school or volunteer commitments while integrating effective strategies to balance recovery and every-day life. IOP is designed to help women without requiring them to take extended time away from work or family.
Intensive Outpatient Programs provide an option for women who live within reasonable driving distance from Sanford House and/or women who may have completed a residential program and want additional support in early recovery. Sanford House IOP is flexible, generally consists of three group sessions per week and can include meal service from our house chef.
If you have been ordered by a court to seek treatment and are not sure where to begin, our Admissions Counselor is available to help you get started.
We believe an empowering environment that incorporates several different therapeutic moralities is essential to the success of each individual. Participants in IOP are able to implement new recovery knowledge and skills immediately in a home environment while processing the experience in a safe and supportive group setting.
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