An intensive outpatient addiction treatment program may be recommended to people who have recently completed an inpatient treatment center or people who have completed inpatient treatment in the past but have experienced a relapse. Following a successful detox, an intensive outpatient program can allow people to continue their recovery therapy on a part-time yet intensive basis designed to accommodate their personal, family, and professional lives.
Outpatient addiction treatment is only meant for people who are desperate to be sober but are concerned about relapse. If you are not sure whether you really want to stop using drugs and alcohol, an outpatient program is not an appropriate treatment setting for you. At Rise Above, we administer drug tests frequently to ensure the integrity of our programs. If you’d like to learn more about our Murrieta addiction IOP, contact us by calling 855.948.6325.
Your Transition from Inpatient Rehab Matters
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Having a solid sober network after rehab can make the difference between maintaining recovery and falling back into old habits. With intensive outpatient addiction treatment, you will be able to establish a solid foundation for long-term recovery. In Rise Above’s addiction treatment IOP, you will be assigned an individual therapist to meet with for individual therapy while you attend treatment.
Finding the Right Level of Care for Addiction Treatment
Clients recovering in an outpatient addiction treatment center have more autonomy to pursue interests outside of our drug treatment campus. One of the most vital pillars for promoting lasting recovery and helping people avoid relapsing involves implementing concepts learned during inpatient rehabilitation. Developing new routines, attending regular AA or NA meetings, spending time with new people, and gaining diverse experiences can help people stay sober and fulfilled. Our addiction IOP helps facilitate these recovery-focused behaviors. Recovering in outpatient care allows clients to develop a more extensive network of family and friends who support their recovery.