Grant House Behavioral Health
Q: What is Intensive Outpatient?
Intensive Outpatient treatment (also known as IOP for "Intensive Outpatient Program") is a primary program recommended in some circumstances by a clinical and medical assessment. IOP may be recommended for those who do not need medically-supervised detox.
Q. What kind of therapies and activities are involved when participating in IOP?
In IOP, you receive services primarily through individual and group therapy but are also assigned to a counselor you will meet on a bi-weekly basis while in treatment.
Many different areas and topics are covered in IOP/OP at GHBH:
- Relapse Prevention
- How to manage Urges and Cravings
- Early Recovery Skills
- Understanding the Brain Chemistry of Addiction
- Stages of Change
- Focus on Co-Occurring Disorders and the Effects on Addiction and recovery
- Introduction to the Twelve Steps
- Progression of the Disease of Addiction
- Family Education Program
Q. What is Outpatient Treatment?
Outpatient (also known as OP) are part-time program usually requiring 3-6 hours per week of meetings including individual and group therapy that focus on the development of real-world coping skills for maintaining sobriety. Outpatient programs typically
last for three to six months.
Clients will have access to weekly sessions, and one on one sessions with licensed counselors.
With the therapy provided by our counselors, our clients will be able to re-enter back into the community and live a healthy, sober lifestyle
Grant House Behavioral Health only offer evening groups at this time.
Referrals can be faxed to 443-449-5338
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