Intensive Outpatient Programs
Group and individual therapy sessions can cover a range of important topics. Groups can discuss problems faced by members of the group, engage with each other and staff about difficulties faced by newly sober people, and much more. Individuals will also be educated about the years of experiential literature that is available in the world of substance abuse and sobriety programs while engaging in an active, interactional group process.
To put it most plainly, the IOP program requires time, energy, and willingness. However, whether in IOP or any segment of the Florida Springs program, nobody does it alone. Our staff has one goal, your successful recovery. When the goals of the patients are matched with our dedicated staff, amazing changes can happen in people lives, and we see it every day.
Let us clarify one particularly important piece of information, residential treatment programs are usually a good fit for people who have longstanding or more severe addictions. Some people have had many relapses, while others are approaching treatment for the first time ever. IOP is often a good fit for those who have completed residential and/or partial hospitalization levels of care. The IOP level of care can also be an option for those early in their addiction, who have a strong supportive home environment, do not need detox, and are very committed to entering a life of recovery. Our IOP program can oftentimes be scheduled in a way that allows you to continue working and/or going to school. There are many good options, and nobody is left to make these important decisions alone.