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Intensive Outpatient program

For some people, completing the inpatient portion of the rehabilitation program is the easiest step in their recovery. When they return to their everyday life, activities, and schedule, they are also reintroduced to the elements and factors that put them on the pathway to addiction. That is why we feel it is so important to establish a transition from inpatient treatment to our Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program (IOP).

The Intensive Outpatient Program is often recommended by our clinical team for individuals that have met specific treatment goals and individuals whose situation does not necessarily require partial hospitalization. IOP is often the “next-step” after the Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and is designed to build on the skills and education learned in initial programming. IOP is recommended to ensure that an individual establishes and maintains new and healthy habits while returning to everyday life.

Your success in these programs strengthen your overall sobriety while laying a solid foundation for future advocacy. Parkdale will work with you, either locally, or with an IOP in your hometown, to build a support system of individuals and outpatient appointments to ensure you are receiving the best continuing care.

  • Home living, adjusting to new norms and support

  • Group appointments in your community

  • Online and in-person group engagements with Alumni

Intensive Outpatient Program Includes:

  • Psychotherapy Groups

  • Psycho-Educational Groups

  • Family Groups

  • Recreational Alternative Groups

  • Individual & Family Therapy

  • Alternative Groups

  • 12-Step Groups

  • Therapeutic Exercise Programs

What is the best next step? Reintegration/Professional Re-Entry to work, may be our next recommendation.  However, it depends on your individual needs. In every case, we recommend Aftercare to proceed the Intensive Outpatient Program to give you the best prospect to maintain your sobriety.