Get the care quality and flexible care you need at our intensive outpatient (IOP) treatment program. You don’t have to battle addiction on your own, nor should you. Call Recovery Unplugged at 1 (800) 55-REHAB.
Very often clients require a targeted and in-depth level of care beyond what traditional outpatient treatment can offer; however, they still may be unable to enter residential or inpatient treatment. Intensive outpatient rehab follows the traditional outpatient model, but offers a longer duration and more sessions each week. Also known as IOP rehab, this process allows clients to attend multiple weekly treatment sessions while returning home after each session, so they can stay engaged with their careers, families and other lifestyle obligations. Intensive outpatient rehab at Recovery Unplugged offers a comprehensive set of clinical protocol, including group therapy, individualized counseling and supplemental music-based therapies. It’s an ideal opportunity for patients to get the help they need while maintaining their independence. Don’t let addiction dictate your life. Call Recovery Unplugged today to learn more about our IOP program.
The reality of addiction recovery is that, even under the best of circumstances, it can be messy. Trying to reconcile a treatment schedule with other areas of one’s life like work, family, personal relationships or even medical care can be incredibly difficult and when these things fall apart because they were unable to properly attend to them, the resulting trauma can, and often does lead to relapse. Intensive outpatient rehab strikes a balance between targeted and in-depth care and the flexibility one needs to keep other areas of their lives intact. The process can also be an affordable alternative to inpatient treatment, and is usually more readily covered by clients’ employer-based insurance. There are times, however, when clients need residential care.
Recovery Unplugged offers IOP rehab at our Fort Lauderdale and Annandale locations. Clients start the process by attending three treatment sessions per week along one with individualized counseling. The program lasts for six weeks, and completion of phases is contingent upon compliance and progress. Phase 2 of the program curtails treatment sessions to two per week along with individualized counseling and the third and final phase includes one session per week along with one-on-one therapy. Clients participate in a variety of music-based therapies to fully engage with music for comprehensive healing, including composition, performance, production, listening and analysis and more. Toward the completion of their program, patients are given an aftercare program that allows them to build on the progress they made in treatment.