Men and women receive group therapy while they attend school, volunteer, or return to the workforce to provide them with structure and accountability after receiving a higher level of care. IOP includes UA testing and mindfulness-based relapse prevention.
We tailor specific intensive outpatient treatment programs for our clients and provide a strong foundation for a successful recovery. Our recovery programs include interactive group sessions, individual therapy sessions, music therapy, and much more that help our clients fight urges and continue living sober life.
AKUA Mind and Body is a full-service treatment program that offers a wide range of “east meets west” treatment modalities for many different populations struggling with substance use and mental health disorders. We offer both intensive inpatient programs as well as outpatient treatment. AKUA Mind & Body works diligently with each client and their family to ensure that treatment plan is specifically tailored to their needs, and not just their disorder.
How much time is required weekly for Intensive Outpatient treatment?
Intensive outpatient treatment requires individuals to obtain at least nine hours of group and/or individual therapy per week, divided up into three-hour sessions, three to five days a week.
Who can enter an Intensive Outpatient Program?
IOP is suitable for individuals who:
Individuals in IOP treatment usually will have successfully completed a more intensive treatment program such as residential treatment (RTC) or partial hospitalization (PHP). Some individuals may use IOP as their primary therapy program. However, all individuals entering IOP must have successfully completed a detox program, have a strong support system, and reliable transportation, and must not be at risk of self-harm or threatening harm to others in order to be enrolled in intensive outpatient treatment.
How is Intensive Outpatient different from standard outpatient treatment?
Intensive Outpatient Rehab provides more structure and a more intensive level of care than a standard outpatient program, while still accommodating the individual’s home and work life.
Standard outpatient treatment is considered part of the maintenance phase in recovery as individuals can attend individual and group sessions on a weekly or bi-weekly basis and will most often continue for six months or more.