Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

 

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Whether you just completed Landmark Recovery’s intensive outpatient program or your looking for ongoing resources to keep you motivated and focused on sobriety, our comprehensive IOP will give you the tools you need to stay on track with your sobriety.

 

What is IOP?

Intensive Outpatient Program (also known as IOP for “Intensive Outpatient Program”) is a primary treatment program recommended by clinicians and medical staff for many individuals newly sober or in need of continuing resources about addiction. IOP may be recommended for those who do not need medically-supervised detox and also to those who completed a detox and residential drug and alcohol program. One of the mainstays of IOP is that patients learn valuable insights into triggers that often lead to drug use and create relapse prevention plans that serve to keep them grounded in recovery for the rest of their lives.

 

What Will I Do In Landmark’s IOP?

Initial treatment for detox and residential treatment services can be equated to rebuilding the foundation of a house after a fire wreaks havoc on it and burns it to the ground. Detox and subsequent residential treatment will start putting the frames and basic structures back together to create the general structure. However, you won’t be able to get anywhere without internal framework that enables you to climb, move forward and find secure grounding. IOP builds upon the basic fundamentals that you learned in the first weeks of recovery. While it’s essential, detox does not prepare you to with cope with the urge to relapse, conflict and life’s disappointments. That’s where IOP comes in, and it serves to fill in the missing pieces so that you have a complete and functional “house” again.

 

When Does IOP Meet?

IOP meets 3 nights a week and 3 hours on each occurrence for a total of 9 hours each week. The hours are from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday or Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.

 

How Long Will I Be In IOP?

IOP is 7-9 weeks long

 

Can I still come to IOP after I graduate the program?

Yes. You can continue coming to classes once a week with no additional cost.

 

What Will I learn in IOP?

You will learn how to solve problems more effectively, crisis management and how to identify triggers that often lead to relapse. You will also learn how to function more independently in the community. In addition, you will develop a relapse prevention plan and understand the essential components to maintain healthy relationships.

 

Will My Family Be Involved?

Yes. Every other week your family members will attend a 3 hour group with you. Family therapy is a vital part of rebuilding broken relationships that often occur as a result of an addiction. Your loved ones will learn how to support you without enabling.

 

Can I have Individual Counseling?

Yes. Each patient can individual counseling in addition to group and family therapy.

 

What is the Staff to Patient Ratio?

The staff to patient ratio 1:6.

 

How Do I Pay For IOP?

We currently accept commercial insurance and self-pay options.

 

How Can I Get More Information?

Call our confidential admissions line at 502- 309-2675. We can often arrange you for to begin treatment within a few days.