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Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Northeast’s IOP consists of three, three-hour days per week of a structured plan.

As part of our treatment continuum, an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is offered for those individuals whose substance dependency symptoms are still impeding their ability to function professionally and interpersonally, however do not require the intensity of a partial hospitalization level of care.

Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) at a minimum consists of 3 sessions Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, with a total of 9 clinical hours per week. These are divided into group and individual sessions depending on your personalized treatment plan. The typical length of treatment in IOP is decided on a case by case basis.

Tailor your own resources, goals, and support system with guidance and care from us. Oftentimes, recovering addicts will enroll in our outpatient treatment after completing Day Treatment programs as part of their ongoing recovery.

IOP Treatment Resources:

  • Individual Therapy
    Individual therapy is an essential part of any addiction treatment program. When employed in collaboration with group therapy, individual therapy helps to create a well-rounded approach to recovery.
  • Referrals
    Referral sources include but aren’t limited to medical, vocational, educational, individual/group therapy, legal services, social/recreational, housing, family, spousal, and more. We work in tandem with our referral sources to provide the best continuum of care possible.

Addiction doesn’t have to be a life sentence, start here.

We seek sobriety so that we can see the world. Life is yours to explore. The point of cleaning the mind and body from drug use is to have a better life experience in treatment and beyond.

Support in IOP

We do not subscribe to a single treatment model because we believe each individual case needs to be examined uniquely. We will help you create a sober support network throughout your IOP experience.