Evening Drug & Alcohol Rehab Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
When an individual is unable to attend our daytime programs, we also offer an evening schedule for our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). Our evening schedule is designed to meet the needs of men and women who deeply value their recovery but have daytime obligations that are instrumental to their daily lives like:
- Full-time work
- Attending school
- Caregiver obligations
|6:00 pm – 7:30 pm||Education||Family Education Group||Group Process||Education|
|7:40 pm – 9:00 pm||Group Process||Yoga or Acupuncture (alternating weeks)||Group Process|
Schedule for IOP evening 3-hour sessions:
Attending the evening program allows people the time to focus and improve work performance. It also provides them with the tools to heal and enhance their relationships with close friends and family members. Benefits of the IOP program include:
- Evidence-based education on drug & alcohol dependence
- Approaching your addiction with new ideologies
- Reinventing a sober lifestyle
- Developing relapse prevention skills
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Individuals that work during the day but are seeking an evidence-based program, can rest assured our clinically licensed professionals have years of experience. The Evening IOP is staffed with an on-site clinical team to provide in-depth education and group counseling.
The treatment team at Lasting Recovery includes our Registered Nurse—who is available on some evenings for medical related issues and to administer UA’s (a requirement for all programs). Psychiatric appointments are arranged as needed with our Medical Director, Kai MacDonald, MD.
Individual therapy sessions with clinical staff can be arranged during the late afternoon prior to the evening Intensive Outpatient Drug & Alcohol Recovery Program (IOP) as needed.
Included in the evening program is the Family Education Group that is available to all clients and their families. Held every Tuesday, attendance is highly encouraged to improve on relationships during the recovery process. Specific educational materials and group therapy are designed to meet the goals of every individualized treatment plan. The Family Group discusses topics like:
- What is addiction and why does my loved one do it?
- Helping vs. Enabling
- Effective communication
- Conflict resolution
- Setting appropriate boundaries
- Utilizing healthy coping skills