Intensive Outpatient Program
Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) focuses on supporting clients as they progress toward wellness. Our IOP Program focuses on supporting clients who are dealing with mental health conditions. We teach clients how to better manage their emotions and symptoms, provide education and help clients in regaining more control over themselves and their mental health condition.
With service excellence as our priority, we deliver outstanding clinical care.
IOP is designed to be a more intensive than traditional outpatient programs. Clients commit to participating in the program three days a week. Typically, patients at this level of care participate in the program from 4 to 6 weeks, however, each client’s specific treatment needs are different so the actual time spent in the program will vary. Clients may enroll in this program directly from the community or they may transition from either the PHP or Inpatient treatment.
The following IOP programs are available:
This specialty IOP program specifically focusing on the needs of adults over the age of 55. Recognizing that aging can present unique challenges, this program offers support and encourages motivation to tackle life’s transitions. Our IOP for older adults offers a caring, holistic approach to aging.
This program is offered Monday through Friday 9-12pm for individuals experiencing Depression and Anxiety.
Young Adult IOP
This program was designed to meet the specific needs of young adults, ages 18 to 25, and the challenges they face in life’s transitions. Our young adult program is offered Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1:00pm-4:00pm. This program covers the following topics:
- Installation of Hope and the Concept of Recovery
- Understanding and Regulating Emotions
- Health, Wellness and Self-Care
- Coping with Life Transitions and Stressors
- Healthy Living and Goal Setting
- Improving Relationships & Communication
- Increasing Support Networks and Resources
To facilitate a referral or inquire about our services, please call the
Intake and Assessment Department at 602-455-5694.