Focused on addressing and helping to resolve the factors that contribute to drug abuse, alcoholism and / or substance
abuse, and not just their symptoms. Clients participate in education lectures and counseling in both one-on-one and small group settings for the
chemical dependency. Additional activities such as yoga, introduction to spiritual principles of
recovery and the importance of ongoing 12-Step program support are also important elements of our
programs. Upon completion, clients are transitioned into a six-month continuing-care / intensive outpatient program after completing the initial
phase of drug rehabilitation treatment.
INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT TREATMENT (IOP) FOR DRUG ABUSE
Designed as both a continuing-care / aftercare program for men and women who have completed residential treatment for drug
addiction treatment, and for individuals who may not require the structure and medical services provided in residential treatment. Outpatient
treatment can also serve as a suitable alternative to residential treatment in early treatment of alcoholism and / or substance abuse for some
individuals. IOP is also intended for individuals whose occupational or family environments are still intact, and who demonstrate a high
degree of motivation to become clean and sober. IOP meets evenings Monday through Friday, and on Saturdays for family groups.
Recomended for individuals who require a higher level of care than Intensive Outpatient Treatment for their
alcoholism or addiction, but still have adequate support systems in their day-to-day living environments. Upon completion, clients are
transitioned into a six-month continuing care / intensive outpatient program.
INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM
Similar to “transitional living” or “sober living” programs, this component is focused on providing a
supportive environment for individuals who have completed primary or residential treatment for chemical dependency or drug abuse or drug
addiction. Clients live in a communal environment while continuing to pursue their careers and / or education, and attend outpatient
treatment, counseling, and 12-Step meetings.