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Intensive Outpatient Program

Journey to a Healthy Future

Trying to navigate life with intense mental health symptoms stemming from anxiety, depression, or addiction can be difficult. Many times, these conditions can land someone in an inpatient treatment program to help them regain full control of their lives and start the path to a healthier future. However, many people may continue to struggle after leaving residential treatment and can use additional support.

An intensive outpatient program (IOP) can be a vital stepping stone to recovery. Restarting regular daily routines while trying to manage triggers and unexpected cravings can sometimes lead to relapse and the return of serious mental health symptoms. At New Horizons Recovery Center, we know how important it is to have a supportive team to help people continue to develop their skills and coping tactics after leaving residential treatment.

What Is an Intensive Outpatient Program?

An intensive outpatient program is one of the behavioral treatment programs that allow people to live at home and continue working or going to school while receiving care during the day. Programs typically meet at least three days per week for between two and four hours per day.

IOPs can provide the structure, support, and guidance people need to stay on track with their recovery goals. These programs help people ease back into their daily routines while still receiving the care they need to maintain their sobriety or mental health.

Benefits of an Intensive Outpatient Program for Behavioral Health

Intensive outpatient programs offer many benefits for people working to recover from mental health conditions or addiction. These programs can provide a structured environment that allows people to:

  • Taper off of medications
  • Practice new coping skills
  • Learn how to manage triggers
  • Build a support network
  • Work on relapse prevention strategies

An IOP can also help people transition from a more intense level of care, such as inpatient treatment, to less intensive outpatient care or individual therapy. Programs typically last eight to twelve weeks, giving people the opportunity to slowly adjust to life outside of treatment while still receiving support.

Finding an IOP near New Castle, DE

An intensive outpatient program may be the right step toward recovery if you or a loved one is struggling with mental health symptoms or addiction. Located only an hour away from Philadelphia, New Horizons Recovery Center offers an IOP to help our clients get the help they need while they begin rebuilding the structure in their lives.

Every person enrolls in our IOP will attend at least three sessions per week.

  • Day sessions are held Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • Evening sessions are held on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 6 p.m.-9 p.m.

Clients at our new recovery center may receive:

Life Skills Training

Life skills training is an important part of our IOP. Learning how to budget, cook healthy meals, and manage stress can help people in recovery maintain their sobriety and mental health when they leave treatment.

Motivational Interviewing

Motivational interviewing is a type of therapy that can help people identify their personal goals for treatment. This technique can also help our team understand what may be holding someone back from achieving those goals.

Dual Diagnosis Treatment

People who experience addiction may also have a co-occurring mental health disorder, such as depression or anxiety. Our professional team can treat both conditions simultaneously to help our clients achieve lasting recovery.

View New Horizons on the Path to a Healthy Future

Intensive outpatient programs can provide the structure and support people need to stay on track with their recovery goals. If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction or mental health symptoms, contact New Horizons Recovery Center today to learn more about our IOP and other treatment programs.

Find the treatment you need to succeed on the path to a healthy future. Call 267.435.3134 to start working with a specialist today.