A woman attending a virtual IOP session on her computer

What is Virtual IOP?

Posted on June 13, 2020 in Intensive Outpatient

Due to current social distancing rules, detox programs are now offered as virtual IOPs (intensive outpatient programs).   IOPs are demonstrably effective at helping those with substance use disorder to stay committed to recovery.   These are truly challenging times as you won’t need reminding. As the opioid crisis in the US rages on, the


Two women working together in an IOP program

IOP Programs Offer A Flexible Solution On The Road To Recovery

Posted on April 9, 2020 in Intensive Outpatient

  Outpatient treatment accommodates people who are ready to step down from inpatient or residential care, but it can also be a great starting point for those needing a lower level of care.   After spending time in an inpatient treatment center, many substance abuse patients elect to participate in an intensive outpatient program (IOP)


An IOP program in Indiana

The Importance of an IOP Program in Indiana

Posted on March 10, 2020 in Intensive Outpatient

  The current opioid epidemic in Indiana has given rise to policy change and increased investment in addiction treatment. If you’re struggling with any addiction, there are more opportunities than ever to get help cleaning up and starting a new life. If you can’t afford the time off to go into a rehab center, there’s


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The Importance of Intensive Outpatient Treatment

Posted on July 4, 2019 in Intensive Outpatient

One of the most common problems following residential treatment for any type of addiction is what to do next, and that’s where IOP, or intensive outpatient program, fills the void. Most patients seek out a form of residential or inpatient treatment as their first step to recovery. Inpatient rehabilitation occurs in a designated facility and


A group of individuals in a recovery treatment group

Adolescent Substance Abuse in Kentucky and IOP Programs

Posted on December 17, 2018 in Intensive Outpatient

Drug and alcohol abuse is one of the biggest issues facing the country, especially with the rise of opioids over the past few years. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, over 70,000 people died of drug use in 2017 and an estimated 88,000 people die from alcohol-related deaths each year. As is the


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What Is A Day In Lexington IOP Like?

Posted on December 6, 2018 in Intensive Outpatient

Once you’ve completed rehab, undergone detox, or are in need of a non-residential treatment option, it is worth considering the benefits of participating in an intensive outpatient program. Intensive Outpatient Program groups are an excellent option for getting ongoing treatment when you are in need. There are many different approaches to treating substance abuse problems,