Intensive Outpatient

Intensive Outpatient Treatment (or IOP) is a step-down form of drug and alcohol treatment that is less structured than Day Treatment (or PHP), and more structured than basic outpatient services. The purpose of IOP Treatment at Baystate Recovery Center is to provide our clients with the help they need while living at home, working, attending school or raising a family.

Our IOP treatment provides the same individual therapy, support and evidence-based care found in our higher level of care, arming our clients with the skills to overcome substance dependency and restore sobriety and balance to their lives and relationships.

 

Daytime IOP is available Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and will receive group and individual therapy up to 5 times per week – length of stay is based on individual need. The program meets for 3.5 hours and typically includes a minimum of two (2) sessions: A “Therapy Group” that allows individuals to address issues of current concern, and a “Skills Group” that focuses on recovery skills.

 

All clients at the IOP Treatment level of care are required to be drug and alcohol tested in order to monitor their continued sobriety.

 

Intensive Outpatient Care Baystate Rehab Center

Call our admissions line (855) 88-SOBER

Types of Therapy Offered:
Relapse prevention
Mindfulness training
Life skills
Stress management
Disease education
Co-occurring disorders
Recovery skills
Group support
Dialectical behavioral therapy
Cognitive behavioral therapy

 

Participate in Our IOP Intensive Outpatient Program

IOP typically lasts between 6-12 weeks depending on the individual needs of the client. Most PPO insurance plans will cover the cost of IOP Treatment at Baystate Recovery Center. Please call 855-88-SOBER or submit your insurance information online below.

Verify Your Insurance Benefits

Contact us directly, or fill out and submit our insurance verification form. One of our intake counselors will verify what portion of treatment will be covered by your policy, and reach out to help you complete the admission process.

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