Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) helps develop the skills to sustain recovery while keeping up with job, school and family commitments.

Intensive outpatient (IOP) allows individuals to live at home, or in a sober living home, with a positive support system present. With flexible daytime or evening scheduling, we provide up to 15 hours per week of individual, group, and family therapy.

A Team Approach

To best support you, we have gathered clinicians who are specially trained to help you through the range of issues that led you to dependence. We address your life in all respects, such as self-care to avoid relapse, improving sleep, and socializing sober. We are your team for building the life you desire by identifying your critical needs, building and repairing relationships, and reinvesting in your goals.

Core Components of IOP

  • Up to 15 hours per week of individual, group, and family therapy
  • Masters-level clinicians and addiction specialists
  • Focus on trauma
  • Individualized education and recovery resources
  • Small group sizes
  • Individual counseling support
  • Alcohol & drug screenings

Why outpatient treatment?

There are advantages to outpatient treatment, although it is important not to let the benefits of a treatment program interfere with the care you may or may not need. Outpatient treatment is designed to serve as a transitional treatment option for those who have completed inpatient care or suffer from a less severe addiction. With this in mind, here are four reasons why outpatient treatment might be the right approach:

  • You are engaging in outpatient treatment as continued rehabilitation — individuals who have completed detox and inpatient treatment may use outpatient programs as a continued source of addiction recovery and support.
  • You need more family and friend support than inpatient treatment offers – Individuals who have completed addiction treatment programs in the past understand their addiction and may benefit from more motivational support from a network closer to home.
  • For any number of reasons (work, school, family commitments, etc.), you are unable to commit to inpatient care — Everyone has unique circumstances. If you are unable to participate in inpatient care, you can enroll in an outpatient program to fulfill other obligations.
  • You suffer a less severe addiction — Your addiction is less severe and does not require a higher level of professional care.

Getting started with IOP

If you are facing the challenge of substance abuse and co-occurring disorders, we can help. Our professional staff is equipped to facilitate assessment, treatment planning, and clinical recommendations. During participation in an intensive outpatient program, you will learn how to cope with triggers as they arise and what to look out for after detox, such as symptoms of mental illness or post-acute withdrawal syndrome (PAWS). To learn more about Clearpoint or to find out whether our IOP treatment program is right for you and your family, caring admissions counselors are available to speak with you.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) helps develop the skills to sustain recovery while keeping up with job, school and family commitments.

Intensive outpatient (IOP) allows individuals to live at home, or in a sober living home, with a positive support system present. With flexible daytime or evening scheduling, we provide up to 15 hours per week of individual, group, and family therapy. Groups meet three times a week for three-hour sessions, but decrease in frequency as clinical milestones are met.

A Team Approach

To best support you, we have gathered clinicians who are specially trained to help you through the range of issues that led you to dependence. We address your life in all respects, such as self-care to avoid relapse, improving sleep, and socializing sober. We are your team for building the life you desire by identifying your critical needs, building and repairing relationships, and reinvesting in your goals.

Core Components of IOP

  • Up to 15 hours per week of individual, group, and family therapy
  • Masters-level clinicians and addiction specialists
  • Focus on trauma
  • Individualized education and recovery resources
  • Small group sizes
  • Individual counseling support
  • Alcohol & drug screenings

Why outpatient treatment?

There are advantages to outpatient treatment, although it is important not to let the benefits of a treatment program interfere with the care you may or may not need. Outpatient treatment is designed to serve as a transitional treatment option for those who have completed inpatient care or suffer from a less severe addiction. With this in mind, here are four reasons why outpatient treatment might be the right approach:

  • You are engaging in outpatient treatment as continued rehabilitation — individuals who have completed detox and inpatient treatment may use outpatient programs as a continued source of addiction recovery and support.
  • You need more family and friend support than inpatient treatment offers – Individuals who have completed addiction treatment programs in the past understand their addiction and may benefit from more motivational support from a network closer to home.
  • For any number of reasons (work, school, family commitments, etc.), you are unable to commit to inpatient care — Everyone has unique circumstances. If you are unable to participate in inpatient care, you can enroll in an outpatient program to fulfill other obligations.
  • You suffer a less severe addiction — Your addiction is less severe and does not require a higher level of professional care.

Getting started with IOP

If you are facing the challenge of substance abuse and co-occurring disorders, we can help. Our professional staff is equipped to facilitate assessment, treatment planning, and clinical recommendations. During participation in an intensive outpatient program, you will learn how to cope with triggers as they arise and what to look out for after detox, such as symptoms of mental illness or post-acute withdrawal syndrome (PAWS). To learn more about Clearpoint or to find out whether our IOP treatment program is right for you and your family, caring admissions counselors are available to speak with you.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) helps develop the skills to sustain recovery while keeping up with job, school and family commitments.

Intensive outpatient (IOP) allows individuals to live at home, or in a sober living home, with a positive support system present. With flexible daytime or evening scheduling, we provide up to 15 hours per week of individual, group, and family therapy. Groups meet three times a week for three-hour sessions, but decrease in frequency as clinical milestones are met.

A Team Approach

To best support you, we have gathered clinicians who are specially trained to help you through the range of issues that led you to dependence. We address your life in all respects, such as self-care to avoid relapse, improving sleep, and socializing sober. We are your team for building the life you desire by identifying your critical needs, building and repairing relationships, and reinvesting in your goals.

Core Components of IOP

  • Up to 15 hours per week of individual, group, and family therapy
  • Masters-level clinicians and addiction specialists
  • Focus on trauma
  • Individualized education and recovery resources
  • Small group sizes
  • Individual counseling support
  • Alcohol & drug screenings

Why outpatient treatment?

There are advantages to outpatient treatment, although it is important not to let the benefits of a treatment program interfere with the care you may or may not need. Outpatient treatment is designed to serve as a transitional treatment option for those who have completed inpatient care or suffer from a less severe addiction. With this in mind, here are four reasons why outpatient treatment might be the right approach:

  • You are engaging in outpatient treatment as continued rehabilitation — individuals who have completed detox and inpatient treatment may use outpatient programs as a continued source of addiction recovery and support.
  • You need more family and friend support than inpatient treatment offers – Individuals who have completed addiction treatment programs in the past understand their addiction and may benefit from more motivational support from a network closer to home.
  • For any number of reasons (work, school, family commitments, etc.), you are unable to commit to inpatient care — Everyone has unique circumstances. If you are unable to participate in inpatient care, you can enroll in an outpatient program to fulfill other obligations.
  • You suffer a less severe addiction — Your addiction is less severe and does not require a higher level of professional care.

Getting started with IOP

If you are facing the challenge of substance abuse and co-occurring disorders, we can help. Our professional staff is equipped to facilitate assessment, treatment planning, and clinical recommendations. During participation in an intensive outpatient program, you will learn how to cope with triggers as they arise and what to look out for after detox, such as symptoms of mental illness or post-acute withdrawal syndrome (PAWS). To learn more about Clearpoint or to find out whether our IOP treatment program is right for you and your family, caring admissions counselors are available to speak with you.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) helps develop the skills to sustain recovery while keeping up with job, school and family commitments.

The Outpatient Program at Clearpoint

Intensive outpatient (IOP) allows individuals to live at home, or in a sober living home, with a positive support system present. With flexible daytime or evening scheduling, we provide up to 15 hours per week of individual, group, and family therapy. Groups meet three times a week for three-hour sessions, but decrease in frequency as clinical milestones are met.

A Team Approach

To best support you, we have gathered clinicians who are specially trained to help you through the range of issues that led you to dependence. We address your life in all respects, such as self-care to avoid relapse, improving sleep, and socializing sober. We are your team for building the life you desire by identifying your critical needs, building and repairing relationships, and reinvesting in your goals.

Core Components of IOP

  • Up to 15 hours per week of individual, group, and family therapy
  • Masters-level clinicians and addiction specialists
  • Focus on trauma
  • Individualized education and recovery resources
  • Small group sizes
  • Individual counseling support
  • Alcohol & drug screenings

Why outpatient treatment?

There are advantages to outpatient treatment, although it is important not to let the benefits of a treatment program interfere with the care you may or may not need. Outpatient treatment is designed to serve as a transitional treatment option for those who have completed inpatient care or suffer from a less severe addiction. With this in mind, here are four reasons why outpatient treatment might be the right approach:

  • You are engaging in outpatient treatment as continued rehabilitation — individuals who have completed detox and inpatient treatment may use outpatient programs as a continued source of addiction recovery and support.
  • You need more family and friend support than inpatient treatment offers – Individuals who have completed addiction treatment programs in the past understand their addiction and may benefit from more motivational support from a network closer to home.
  • For any number of reasons (work, school, family commitments, etc.), you are unable to commit to inpatient care — Everyone has unique circumstances. If you are unable to participate in inpatient care, you can enroll in an outpatient program to fulfill other obligations.
  • You suffer a less severe addiction — Your addiction is less severe and does not require a higher level of professional care.

Getting started with IOP

If you are facing the challenge of substance abuse and co-occurring disorders, we can help. Our professional staff is equipped to facilitate assessment, treatment planning, and clinical recommendations. During participation in an intensive outpatient program, you will learn how to cope with triggers as they arise and what to look out for after detox, such as symptoms of mental illness or post-acute withdrawal syndrome (PAWS). To learn more about Clearpoint or to find out whether our IOP treatment program is right for you and your family, caring admissions counselors are available to speak with you.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) helps develop the skills to sustain recovery while keeping up with job, school and family commitments.

The Outpatient Program at Clearpoint

Intensive outpatient (IOP) allows individuals to live at home, or in a sober living home, with a positive support system present. With flexible daytime or evening scheduling, we provide up to 15 hours per week of individual, group, and family therapy. Groups meet three times a week for three-hour sessions, but decrease in frequency as clinical milestones are met.

A Team Approach

To best support you, we have gathered clinicians who are specially trained to help you through the range of issues that led you to dependence. We address your life in all respects, such as self-care to avoid relapse, improving sleep, and socializing sober. We are your team for building the life you desire by identifying your critical needs, building and repairing relationships, and reinvesting in your goals.

Core Components of IOP

  • Up to 15 hours per week of individual, group, and family therapy
  • Masters-level clinicians and addiction specialists
  • Focus on trauma
  • Individualized education and recovery resources
  • Small group sizes
  • Individual counseling support
  • Alcohol & drug screenings

Why outpatient treatment?

There are advantages to outpatient treatment, although it is important not to let the benefits of a treatment program interfere with the care you may or may not need. Outpatient treatment is designed to serve as a transitional treatment option for those who have completed inpatient care or suffer from a less severe addiction. With this in mind, here are four reasons why outpatient treatment might be the right approach:

  • You are engaging in outpatient treatment as continued rehabilitation — individuals who have completed detox and inpatient treatment may use outpatient programs as a continued source of addiction recovery and support.
  • You need more family and friend support than inpatient treatment offers – Individuals who have completed addiction treatment programs in the past understand their addiction and may benefit from more motivational support from a network closer to home.
  • For any number of reasons (work, school, family commitments, etc.), you are unable to commit to inpatient care — Everyone has unique circumstances. If you are unable to participate in inpatient care, you can enroll in an outpatient program to fulfill other obligations.
  • You suffer a less severe addiction — Your addiction is less severe and does not require a higher level of professional care.

Getting started with IOP

If you are facing the challenge of substance abuse and co-occurring disorders, we can help. Our professional staff is equipped to facilitate assessment, treatment planning, and clinical recommendations. During participation in an intensive outpatient program, you will learn how to cope with triggers as they arise and what to look out for after detox, such as symptoms of mental illness or post-acute withdrawal syndrome (PAWS). To learn more about Clearpoint or to find out whether our IOP treatment program is right for you and your family, caring admissions counselors are available to speak with you.

Copyright © 2018 | Health Core Group, LLC | All Rights Reserved | Clearpoint Recovery Center 162 Kings Highway North Westport CT 06880

Copyright © 2018 | Health Core Group, LLC | All Rights Reserved | Clearpoint Recovery Center 162 Kings Highway North Westport CT 06880