Intensive Outpatient Treatment for Drug & Alcohol Addiction
IOP in New England at AdCare
AdCare's intensive outpatient addiction treatment program is just one step in our comprehensive continuum of care. Learn more about what to expect in the IOP below.
What Is an Intensive Outpatient Program?
An intensive outpatient program (IOP) is a form of 1 addiction treatment that allows patients to return home after each session, while still being more time-intensive than standard outpatient care. In general, IOPs involve treatment sessions that are held at least 3 times a week in 3-hour blocks.2
What to Expect in an IOP
IOP affords more flexibility in scheduling than a residential treatment program; patients can attend weekday sessions during the day, or schedule evening or weekend sessions. Telehealth services may also be available if necessary. All participation in our intensive outpatient program will require patients to be at the facility for care for several hours/days per week.
Session blocks in the IOP involve rotating forms of psychoeducation, group and individual therapy, and 12-Step meetings.
Does Health Insurance Cover Intensive Outpatient Treatment for Addiction?
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