Individuals struggling with addiction or a co-occurring disorder are eligible for our Intensive Outpatient (IOP) treatment program. Learn more about our IOP program below:
Our Intensive Outpatient Program is a step down from our partial hospitalization program (PHP). Through our IOP program, individuals do not live on campus but are required to attend mandatory programming. Among other aspects, our IOP treatment includes weekday programming from 8:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. After morning sessions, patients spend the rest of their day attending various meetings, receiving job-placement assistance such as resumes and mock interviews, working in town, and sober networking. Weekly medication-assisted treatment (MAT) appointments, individual therapy, and family sessions are included in IOP, as well as group sessions and case management.
Who Is Eligible for IOP?
Individuals with addiction or a co-occurring disorder who have completed an inpatient program or a partial hospitalization program are eligible for IOP. We can take direct patients but inpatient treatment beforehand is preferred. Individuals who work, attend school, are court-ordered, or live at home can participate in IOP programs. Assessments are included upon admission.
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Intensive Outpatient Programming
As part of the Vertava Health of Massachusetts intensive outpatient program, you can expect:
- Daily group programming
- Weekly Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) appointments with an on-site nurse practitioner
- Weekly one-on-one counseling sessions with a qualified therapist
- Weekly family therapy sessions
- Transportation to sober meetings
- Community service opportunities
- Membership to a local gym facility
- Fun weekend activities including tubing, BBQs, bowling, mountain biking and more
Benefits of an Intensive Outpatient Program
Recovery is a lifelong journey that requires diligence and commitment. The Vertava Health of Massachusetts intensive outpatient program helps you with relapse prevention planning, providing support from case managers and therapists, and a recovery community. Participation in MAP Care solutions aftercare program will give you additional support, maintenance, and structure. Recovery is a process, and we are here to walk side-by-side with you on your journey to a life worth living.
Transitional Sober Living Component
Transitional Sober Living is an additional component of both PHP and IOP programs for those in need of housing while focusing on their recovery.
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In transitional housing, you can expect:
- Daily transportation to and from groups
- Weekly allowance for food with budget training
- Grocery store within walking distance
- Gym membership
- Fun, sober weekend activities
Finding the right treatment program can be the difference in your choice to live a sober, fulfilling life. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions below:
What does IOP mean?
IOP stands for “intensive outpatient.” Once a person completes an on-campus, inpatient substance use disorder treatment program, they will then enroll in an intensive outpatient program. These programs consist of less supervision but are still rigorously structured with patients attending required programming each day.
What is an IOP in addiction treatment?
These are typically programs that are a step up from regular outpatient programs and require mandatory attendance of classes and programming. More often than not, there is also a group therapy component to IOP treatments. Intensive outpatient programs are recommended for people who do not require medically-supervised drug detox.
What does IOP consist of?
Some common programming in intensive outpatient treatments includes one-on-one therapy with a licensed counselor, group therapy and activities, outdoor physical activities, and weekly medication-assisted treatment appointments with an on-site nurse practitioner.
What do PHP and IOP mean?
Partial hospitalization programs (PHPs) and intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) are similar as they are both outpatient treatments. Partial hospitalization is typically the more intense version of treatment with longer and more intensive programming throughout the week. In both cases, a patient will live off-campus and attend classes during the week.
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Here at Vertava Health of Massachusetts, we are dedicated to helping people like you master their recovery and emerge from the cocoon of addiction to begin a new life of health and wellness. No longer will you be trapped by your addiction and forced to march to its beat. Our programs will give you a new rhythm and work hard to bring you in-step with its healthy and vital beat.
So please contact us today at (844) 906-0978 to learn more about how we can help you. We will offer you a free assessment and find a program that works for your needs. All addiction cases are unique, and we will isolate the influences behind yours and create a treatment method that breaks its hold on your life. Don’t hesitate to make the most important decision of your life.