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Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Resolutions Healthcare (RHC) “Intensive Outpatient Program” (IOP) involves attending therapy for a minimum of 3 hours a day, 3 times a week. This IOP treatment can involve clinical groups, individual, and family therapy.

The IOP program is designed to assist clients in the community re-integration process or to support clients that remain at home to recover. The program also is designed to help those clients who have been involved in any legal trouble and need IOP services.

Many clients leave their communities/families in a method that leaves issues unresolved. For example, by an intervention where the last memories are sad and many issues raised go unresolved, or clients leave through incarceration from some drug or alcohol related incident such as a DUI. One of the several goals of this program is for the clients to re-enter the community and prepare for the “Real Life” triggers and events that will occur upon their discharge home. However, they get to accomplish this with a safety line to our community program of therapists and support systems. along with this less restrictive and community involvement practice.

Successful discharge and re-integration back to the client’s community/family is a critical piece of the rehabilitation process and many times is the impetus to recover or relapse. Our IOP clients work very closely with their therapists to not only construct a good and sound discharge plan but to also construct an effective relapse safety and action plan. Both are essential pieces in the recovery process.

All clients are subject to drug screens on a random and/or for cause basis. Relapse does not automatically require an increased level of care but does require a re-evaluation of the client for motivation and service needs. A treatment plan review/update is completed in this situation.

Admission criteria for Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is as follows:

  • Client is 18 years or older.
  • Client has a primary DSM V diagnosis of substance abuse or dependence.
  • Client has demonstrated that outpatient treatment and community resources alone are not sufficient for maintaining recovery.
  • Client has a social and home environment conducive to recovery, or the client demonstrates an ability to build an appropriate support network [such as entry into a sober living facility].
  • Client does not require acute medical or psychiatric hospitalization.
  • Client does not pose a threat of harm to themselves, others, and/or property, and are not gravely disabled.

When a client is discharging the program a discharge plan, which began when admitted and during the early stages of treatment, is completed with the client. This plan is given to the client prior to discharge and includes referrals, follow-up appointments, recovery maintenance services and goals and plans, medications, and a specific 24 hour plan to remain abstinent and healthy after leaving the program.