Traditional IOP Program: INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT SERVICES
Our Traditional Intensive Outpatient Program focuses on providing support for clients who have recently attended a Partial or Residential program and looking for support in their daily lives. This program is focused primarily on helping clients develop independently in the community, with a plan for sustained mental health maintenance and long-term continuous sobriety following treatment completion. Clients attend various individual and group therapy sessions with learning themes that assist in enhancing or restoring social skills, independent living skills, and practical life management skills to best support their psychological, physical, and social health.
Gender-Specific IOP Program:
Our Gender-Specific Day Intensive Outpatient Program focuses on providing support for clients who have recently attended a Partial or Residential program and looking for help in their daily lives without the distraction of attending treatment with the opposite gender. This program focuses on giving men and women a forum for learning how to express feelings, openly discuss personal and family addiction issues from a gender-specific perspective, and interact with others experiencing similar problems with addiction and mental illness. Clients attend various group therapy sessions with learning themes that implement processing relationship problems, job and employer difficulties, coping skills, recognizing triggers, and living in recovery.
Faith-Based IOP Program:
Faith-Based Intensive Outpatient Program focuses on providing support for clients that have recently attended a Partial or Residential program and who are looking for spiritual support in their daily lives. The focus of the faith-based component is to help clients reconnect with God and experience spiritual transformation by exposing them to hope, grace, and forgiveness. Clients attend various individual and group therapy sessions that help enhance and restore social skills, independent living skills, and practical life management skills to best support their psychological, physical, social, and spiritual health.
Evening IOP Program:
Our Evening Intensive Outpatient Program is tailored to clients who have recently attended a Partial or Day Intensive Outpatient Program and are looking for support.
Our evening program is designed for independent and working adults who have successfully reintegrated into the community and have sustained short-term sobriety. The curriculum explores learning themes related to relapse prevention, maintaining balance in recovery, decision-making, and problem-solving strategies. The evening program supports those who need support as they transition into maintenance mode and our outpatient program.
All In Solutions Outpatient Program is the final stage in the continuum of care offered. Our Outpatient Program consists of individual and group therapy sessions aimed at long-term aftercare, relapse prevention, and general life skill development.
We recommend clients remain in outpatient treatment for as long as they need. The extra support in their early recovery is crucial to long-term success and happiness.
IOP Eligibility- All In Solutions
A clinical assessment is performed to determine one’s eligibility for Intensive Outpatient. All In Solutions goes to all lengths to deem fit the appropriate level of care to give our clients the most effective long-term recovery pathway.
- Completed Inpatient Treatment, Partial Hospitalization Program and in some cases, detox
- All In Solutions patients must be 18 years of age, and we accept all genders
- They can maintain themselves in daily functioning activities such as school, work, or caring for a family member.
- A potential client is willing to commit to rules and structure
- Develops a robust support system and working relationship within their appropriate recovery track
All In Solutions IOP:
- Offers Transportation to Outside Meetings
- Case Management for Legal Letters, Food Card, Employment, Personal Help
- Nutrition Classes
- Family Sessions
- Job Placement
- Gender-Specific Groups
- Access to ARNP for Medical Advice and Medication Management
- Catered Food During IOP Sessions
- Employment Training with Resume Building