Intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) are a type of substance use disorder (SUD) treatment. They are flexible and allow people to attend while living at home. At the same time, an IOP involves a high level of care and support. Most people attending an IOP receive about 10 hours of treatment per week spread across multiple…
Addiction doesn’t follow a one-size-fits-all definition, everything about it varies. Some people become addicted very quickly, and for others, the addiction is a slower process with substance use slowly crossing the line to substance abuse and then full-blown addiction.
For the best chance for a good outcome, try to find a time that you are in a good mood, and the person with the addiction is in a place where they are at least willing to listen. Don’t be disappointed if your first conversation doesn’t result in their willingness to get treatment for their addiction. But don’t give up.
The beauty of our IOP is you can experience our life-changing program and still live your life. It’s offered to the people who live in the area, or within driving distance from our Gulf Breeze, Florida location.
“The Intensive outpatient program and outpatient care settings allow people access to our program who wouldn’t have access if it were only offered in a residential setting,” said Gilmer “It’s insurance-friendly, affordable, and less intrusive on a person’s time. With these programs, people can still live their life while changing their life.”