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The disease of addiction is both baffling and catastrophic. You may have wondered why quitting on your own never seemed to work. Substance use disorder is both a physical and mental illness. Addiction needs to be treated properly in order for people to heal. Our intensive outpatient treatment program is a convenient and less intrusive way to ease into recovery. If you do not have the resources or time to enroll in a residential treatment program, intensive outpatient treatment is an excellent alternative. Our intensive outpatient program (IOP) is ideal for individuals who are employed full-time or who are unable to attend inpatient treatment due to family obligations. Call Harmony Hills today at 855.494.0357 to learn more about your treatment options.
Intensive outpatient treatment is a level of care that involves guests receiving treatment during the day then returning home for the evening. IOP is ideal for individuals who have significant medical or psychological needs but do not require 24-hour medically managed or monitored care. Intensive outpatient treatment is considered a step-down from our partial hospitalization program (PHP) and offers support as you progress from inpatient or residential services to living at home. As you face the triggers and cravings that may be caused by increased independence and responsibility, you will still have clinical support that can help you take on the new challenges in your recovery.
When you enroll in our intensive outpatient treatment program, you receive the same excellent care that you would receive in our residential program. Many people are not able to take time off from work or school in order to attend treatment. If you are struggling with addiction but are unable to take time away from work, school, or family commitments to enroll in a comprehensive, full-time, residential rehab program, help is still available in the form of an IOP. Everyone who seeks addiction treatment will come with a unique set of needs, personality traits, and perspective. That is why addiction treatment needs to be tailored to each individuals’ specific needs. At Harmony Hills, we develop an individualized treatment program that works with your schedule.
Intensive outpatient programs provide flexibility for people with family and work commitments. At Harmony Hills, we are happy to help you decide which program best fits your requirements and design an individualized treatment plan. Each level of care includes a customizable assortment of therapies, services, and support. If drugs or alcohol are getting in the way of your financial success and family relationships, we highly recommend our intensive outpatient program. If you’ve tried quitting independently but continue to fall back into old habits, we recommend our IOP for people whose family and work commitments don’t allow them to stay in a treatment center overnight.
Guests enrolled in our intensive outpatient treatment program have access to the same treatment modalities as guests enrolled in our residential addiction treatment program. As a part of our IOP, individuals participate in a variety of addiction treatment therapies, including:
At Harmony Hills, we plan for our guests’ long-term recovery. We want our guests to stay connected and feel supported long after you leave our care. Individuals enrolled in our intensive outpatient treatment program in Florida at the edge of the Ocala National Forest will have access to our extensive alumni network. We recognize that continued participation is vital to maintaining lifelong sobriety. Our alumni program hosts several events throughout the year, including an annual retreat.
If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction but cannot take time away from certain obligations, consider our intensive outpatient treatment program at Harmony Hills. Guests enrolled in our IOP are able to fulfill their family and employment obligations while maintaining their privacy and receiving treatment. Harmony Hills can also treat co-occurring mental health conditions such as PTSD and bipolar disorder. It is never too late to reach out for help. To learn more about your treatment options, contact Harmony Hills today at 855.494.0357.