Virtual IOP for Substance Abuse in Fort Lauderdale
What Is Virtual IOP?
IOP stands for “intensive outpatient program,” a flexible type of outpatient recovery program offered to people who have completed an inpatient detox or rehab plan and are transitioning back to their everyday lives. It is also for those who cannot move away from home to complete a residential rehab program for reasons like:
- Being immunocompromised or having other health issues that would prevent a stay in drug or alcohol addiction treatment centers or entering treatment in a shared public space
- Being responsible for running a household, being a single parent, or being otherwise unable to leave children or other family members due to legal, custody, or care issues
- Members of the LGBTQ community and other groups who have safety issues when it comes to leaving home or staying in a new environment
- Fearing exposure or requiring anonymity during treatment
- Having a mental health issue that makes it impossible to seek help away from home, whether it is a social phobia or a disorder like depression that makes it feel too overwhelming
- Being a college or university student reliant on loans or scholarships or being unable to take time from school or internships without damaging your prospects
- Being a traveling professional, having a career as an executive, or otherwise living in the public eye as a person who cannot be away from work or need to protect their anonymity or reputation during treatment
- Living in a rural area that lacks the type of treatments you need
- Not being ready to move into a drug and alcohol addictions treatment center but still needing help.
These and other real-life scenarios should not impede a person’s ability to get the addiction treatment they need. For this reason, Recovery Unplugged offers a flexible online treatment plan for people with addiction with or without co-occurring mental health disorders (depression, anxiety, etc.), helping them get the treatments they need without causing more problems.
Our Fort Lauderdale, Florida Virtual intensive outpatient programs provide access to levels of care, including individual therapy and group therapy sessions, music-assisted therapy, family therapy, education, support, behavioral health, information, and virtual doctor’s appointments, all from the comfort of your own home. VIOP treatment is an easy and safe way to get the health treatment you need, making alcohol and drug rehabs more accessible to everybody.
To discover how our addiction recovery programs can help you overcome substance abuse, please contact Recovery Unplugged at (954) 736-4388 today.
Benefits of Virtual IOP Programs
Unlike going to residential treatment or partial hospitalization programs (PHP programs) for drug and alcohol addiction treatment, entering a VIOP allows you to continue living your everyday life with scheduled appointments, therapy, and other treatments provided online. This is especially important for people who may not otherwise have access to treatment due to health, social, financial, privacy or safety reasons. People who travel for work will also be able to access consistent care while on the road, and those who live in rural areas without access to in-person treatment will find what they need online.
At Recovery Unplugged, we understand that there are many factors at play in a person’s life, and sometimes coming to a treatment center for drug or alcohol rehab is simply not possible, even for a few hours a day.
Virtual IOP After Inpatient Rehab in Fort Lauderdale
Many people move on from inpatient rehab into outpatient programs for a smoother and easier transition back to everyday life, with continued access to support, therapy, and other care, especially if they are on a longer-term medication-assisted treatment plan. The Recovery Unplugged virtual intensive outpatient program (IOP) is designed not only to help people recover from substance abuse and dual diagnosis issues, but it may also prevent relapses due to the continued accountability and easy access to sober living support.
VIOP at Recovery Unplugged Fort Lauderdale
Substance abuse and mental health issues are often interconnected. One of the main benefits of the Recovery Unplugged drug or alcohol virtual intensive outpatient (IOP) program is our ability to provide online dual diagnosis treatments, combining mental health treatment and substance abuse treatment into one integrated, comprehensive care program. We provide individuals with the coping skills, therapy, medication management, behavioral therapy, and psychiatric care needed to deal with mental health disorders that are co-occurring disorders alongside addiction, like:
- Anxiety disorder
- Bipolar disorder
- Personality disorder
- Eating disorder
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
Through our Fort Lauderdale, FL addiction treatment center’s online access, you will have:
- Individual therapy and individual counseling
- Group therapy
- Cognitive behavioral therapy
- Dialectical behavioral therapy
- Trauma therapy
- Life skill coaching
- Relapse prevention tools and recovery coaching
- TMS therapy (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation)
- Evidence-based clinical practices
- Connections to 12-step programs like Alcoholics Anonymous
- Long-term monitoring and alumni services
- Direct access from a web-based portal
Like all our other levels of care, from inpatient treatment and rehab through the partial hospitalization program and other outpatient programs, music therapy and music-assisted treatment will be integrated into every aspect of your virtual IOP treatment. We believe in the healing power of music, and even if you have never picked up an instrument in your life, through music appreciation, songwriting, and other creative endeavors, your addiction recovery will be therapeutic.
Contact our rehab center in Fort Lauderdale at (954) 736-4388 or visit other locations across the country. We can help you or your loved ones verify insurance coverage through your insurance provider, and we are happy to tell you more about our music-assisted treatment and how we can help those with mental health issues and substance use disorders. We are here for you.