6-Week Intensive Outpatient Treatment

Our 6-Week Intensive Outpatient Treatment Track is tailored to meet each client's individual needs. The program is designed for individuals either at the beginning of their recovery, as a supplement to sober living, or for those maintaining their sobriety.

The program has been designed with evidence-based educational components, skilled licensed therapists to process recovery, and with relapse prevention woven into every week. Clients will learn how co-occurring mental health disorders, drugs, and alcohol affect brain function, relationships, and everyday life. Clients will learn effective coping skills and how to manage "triggers" and relapse behaviors.

Family participation in our IOP program is highly encouraged. Family education and individual or family therapy sessions are held weekly as part of the IOP.

Our 6-Week IOP Track consists of 3 days per week, 3 hours per day, 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. or 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. and covers the following topics:

Introductions and Education

  • Definitions, Terms, and Self-Diagnosis
  • Specific Drug Education & What to Expect in Early Recovery
  • The Addictive Personality (Family Session)

Motivation for Change and Consequences

  • Where Are You At? - Self-Assessment
  • Addiction and Loss
  • Regaining What Was Lost

Understanding Powerlessness

  • Powerlessness and Cravings
  • Powerlessness 
  • Selected Readings

Grief and Loss

  • Grief
  • Loss in Addiction and Loss Letters
  • Necessary Losses

Emotions, Feelings, and Beliefs

  • Challenging Emotions
  • Feelings and Beliefs
  • Distorted Thinking and Emotion Regulation (Family Session)

Stress and Emotional Wellbeing

  • Stress
  • Skills for Reducing Stress
  • Coping Skills for Stress Related to Addiction and Recovery

Anxiety and Trauma

  • Anxiety
  • Trauma and PTSD
  • Coping with Anxiety and Trauma

Relapse Prevention

  • Relapse Prevention
  • Triggers and Warning Signs
  • Coping Skills and Relapse Prevention Plans


  • Unhealthy Relationships
  • Relationships in Addiction and Recovery
  • Relationships with Those Addicted (Family Session)

Asserting Yourself in Recovery and Mental Health

  • Anger and Communication
  • Assertiveness and Boundaries
  • Effects of Drug Use on Mental Health and Co-occurring Disorders


  • Spirituality and Religion
  • Spirituality and Personality

The Full Program of Recovery

  • Exploring Community Support Groups
  • Forgiveness
  • The Full Program of Recovery