If you or someone you love is struggling with substance abuse, you may know that there is a wide variety of treatment programs available. From residential to outpatient programs, the options can seem overwhelming. Yet when you’re ready to overcome addiction, you know that a professionally staffed addiction treatment center is the right choice. At Midwest Recovery Center, we offer an intensive outpatient rehab program, also known as an IOP, for those who are looking for some freedom and flexibility during treatment. You’ll receive support and accountability from both our addiction specialists and your peers at our center. And through intensive therapy, you’ll learn the healthy coping skills you need to handle stress in your daily life. Our goal is for you to find lasting, meaningful recovery from the harmful effects of drugs and alcohol through our intensive outpatient program.
What Is Intensive Outpatient Rehab?
While medical detox or other residential addiction treatment programs can be a good first step for beginning your journey to recovery, an intensive outpatient rehab program offers some unique benefits. Those who are suffering from more severe addictions or who have serious co-occurring mental health disorders would likely do best in inpatient treatment. However, in intensive outpatient rehab, you can live at home or with other recovery-focused peers.
To determine whether or not intensive outpatient addiction treatment is right for you, consider the following questions:
- Have you completed a residential treatment program or a partial hospitalization program?
- Do you have a good understanding of the triggers that could make you want to turn to drugs and alcohol?
- Do you have healthy coping skills to handle these stressors?
- Have you found a network of support outside of the addiction treatment center, such as friends and family, who will encourage you in your recovery?
- Do you have outside responsibilities that require your attention, like childcare, work, or school?
Traditional inpatient treatment programs are also less costly than intensive outpatient rehab or outpatient treatment options. And at Midwest Recovery, we incorporate principles of effective treatment into everything we do. Every individual in our care receives a personalized treatment plan based on their unique needs.
Intensive Outpatient Rehab at Midwest Recovery Center
During your time in our intensive outpatient rehab program, you’ll discover how to live a happy, healthy life free from drugs and alcohol. Our addiction specialists will help you learn the tools and strategies you need for lifelong recovery.
Our IOP focuses on applying the skills you’ve learned in treatment to the stresses of daily life and in early recovery. Through group therapy, you’ll hear from others who have experienced similar struggles. Your group members can provide support and accountability. You’ll also have individual addiction therapy sessions with a therapist who can help you further understand the underlying causes of addiction and plan for the future.
Living Recovery / Life Steps
While in intensive outpatient addiction treatment, you’ll have the opportunity to take steps towards independence. Our goal is for you to have the tools you need for lifelong recovery. Your therapists will set goals for your recovery and provide support as you work to reach them.
Addiction can damage relationships. However, at Midwest Recovery, we believe that relationships can be healed. We help the family unit as well as individuals through family therapy and support groups. A therapist will help your family set healthy boundaries. Additionally, they’ll learn how to be a source of support during your recovery.
Learn More About Our Intensive Outpatient Program
Reach out to Midwest Recovery for more about out IOP and how it can help you or your loved one achieve lasting recovery. In addition to our intensive outpatient rehab, we offer a partial hospitalization program, an outpatient program, and a community housing program. Contact us by calling 833.627.0039 or by using our online form and begin rebuilding your life today.