a group of patients learns the difference between Intensive outpatient program vs partial hospitalization

What’s the Difference: Intensive Outpatient Program vs. Partial Hospitalization

Inpatient treatment offers one of the most intensive and comprehensive forms of addiction treatment. However, it comes with some trade-offs, such as cost and time commitment, that many people cannot make. Less intense but still high-quality forms of treatment in an outpatient setting offer more flexibility and affordability. Two of the most common high-care types…

Group of people in an evening IOP meeting

Here’s What’s Unique About Our Evening IOP

Intensive outpatient programs (IOP) are an essential aspect of care for people struggling with overcoming addiction. For many clients, inpatient care, whether in a clinic, rehab center, hospital, or another treatment facility, can be challenging or simply not feasible. For some, the typical IOP may not even fit into their regular schedule. An evenings-only IOP…

people in an intensive outpatient program

Why Intensive Outpatient Programs Are Successful

What is an intensive outpatient program (IOP), and how does it treat people with substance use disorder successfully? First of all, outpatient programs are necessary for clients that can’t stay within a treatment facility for the length of their customized program. IOPs are also usually recommended for clients who don’t need medical detox. Overall, inpatient…