Fighting alcohol addiction or drug addiction is hard enough. Sometimes it can be even harder to get the help that you truly need – that’s why at Decision Point Center, we not only offer residential treatment, but we also offer an intensive outpatient program. In fact, for most people in recovery, they tend to join an intensive outpatient program for continued care while reentering the world free from addiction. For example, when you join an intensive outpatient program, you can continue your daily responsibilities i.e. work, family matters, etc. What this program allows you do to is to re-enter life and reduce the stressors by regaining your normal responsibilities while remaining substance abuse free.
To create an effective balance between recovering from addiction and continuing your life as it is now, Decision Point Center’s intensive outpatient program (IOP) can help. Our structured program provides clinical services 3 days a week (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday), 3 hours a day (4pm – 7pm). Does this sound like it might be the right fit for you?
Intensive Outpatient Program Schedule:
- Tuesday: 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
- Wednesday: 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
- Thursday: 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Please call (844) 292-5010 and speak with a member of our team. We’d be happy to tell you more about our intensive outpatient program.
An IOP is designed to give you the structure and support you need to recover from substance addiction without interfering with your daily life. The IOP at Decision Point Center includes psychotherapy groups, psychoeducational groups, and individual therapy. Unlike an inpatient program, an intensive outpatient program offers participants the ability to receive treatment while finding a healthy balance between maintaining their recovery and engaging in their personal lives.
What our program offers:
- Team building
- Life Skills
- Process group
- Relapse Prevention
A successful IOP will allow you to grow yourself and your strength to fight addiction. We aim to give you stronger coping skills and problem-solving skills while also developing an advanced sense of self-awareness. At the end of your IOP, you should also feel more confident in recognizing unhealthy behaviors and how to ask for and receive support.
In- Network: Shasta
In-Network: Health Choice
Out of Network: MagellanHealth
Out of Network: Oxford Health