Are You a Candidate For Our Alcohol Intensive Outpatient Program?
If you can answer “yes” to the below questions, then you’re an excellent fit for our alcohol intensive outpatient program:
- Do you live in a substance-free home that’s free from triggers?
- Are you interested in participating in various therapy programs, such as art and equine therapies?
- Have you already completed one of our substance abuse detox programs?
- Are you committed to maintaining a sober life after receiving our luxury addiction treatment?
Before You Enter Our Alcohol Intensive Outpatient Program
Before beginning your alcohol intensive outpatient program, you’ll speak with one of our staff members to learn about the different substance abuse treatment options that we offer. We’re happy to answer any questions you have about our luxury drug and alcohol rehabilitation center and verify your insurance during our initial discussions.
Our alcohol detox program is a prerequisite to our alcohol intensive outpatient program. During your time at our medical detox center or holistic alternative, you’ll flush the toxins from your body and overcome withdrawal symptoms under the 24/7 supervision of our professional staff. Since many of us at the United Recovery Project are recovering alcoholics and drug addicts, we understand the physical and emotional pain that comes with withdrawal. Therefore, we go above and beyond to ensure that you’re comfortable while beginning the first steps of recovery.
An Inside Look at Our Alcohol Intensive Outpatient Program
Our alcohol intensive outpatient provides flexibility without sacrificing the continuum of care offered in the partial hospitalization program and inpatient residential treatment. Before starting our intensive outpatient program, we’ll create you a customized treatment plan based on an assessment of your needs. Clients participate in group, family, and individual therapy sessions to mitigate stressors, understand their emotions, and develop healthy coping skills. Clients also can live in one of our sober living homes if they wish.
We also have a dual diagnosis program for individuals suffering from addiction and mental health disorders. This program is an excellent choice for those suffering from anxiety, depression, bipolar, and various other mental health issues. There’s a strong link between mental health and drug and alcohol addiction, so it’s always essential to be aware of your emotions before and after treatment.
Healing Therapy Programs
We’re proud to offer a considerable assortment of therapy options that enables you to express your emotions, learn life skills, cope with trauma, and connect with other recovering addicts that share the same common goal. Our drug and alcohol addiction therapy options include:
- Group therapy
- Equine therapy
- Art therapy
- Music therapy
- Motivational therapy
- Nutrition therapy
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT)
- Life skills training
An Expert Team of Professionals Committed to Your Success
Like you, many of us at United Recovery Project are addicts in recovery and know firsthand what it’s like to receive drug and alcohol addiction treatment and the struggles you’ll face on your journey. Whether you’re just starting in our medical detox center or participating in alcohol addiction therapy, we’ll always provide you with unconditional support.
Our expert team of professionals at our alcohol detox center and luxury rehab center consists of:
- Board-certified psychiatrists
- Licensed mental health counselors
- Nurse practitioners
- Registered nurses
- Licensed clinical social workers
- Case managers
- Professional administrative staff
What’s The Difference Between PHP and IOP?
Our partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs are similar in that clients benefit from various forms of healing therapies, work to determine the root causes of their addictions, and improve communication skills. However, clients in the partial hospitalization program come to our drug and alcohol rehab center to receive treatment and then return to a substance-free residence or sober living house. Clients in the intensive outpatient program receive United Recovery Project’s services from the comfort of their homes. The intensive outpatient program is particularly popular amongst recovering addicts who take care of loved ones or maintain a job.