IOP Rehab Center
Our Intensive Outpatient Drug Rehab in PA was designed for individuals suffering from addiction issues who have progressed in their treatment and recovery to the point of maintaining high functioning and responsibility in life. IOP often serves as an alternative to inpatient rehab, or as a transitional option for clients “stepping down” from higher-acuity programs like inpatient rehab or partial hospitalization. Clients in IOP meet for a minimum of three times per week for group therapy, while they often live in structured sober living residences to ensure continuity of care.
- Additional Individual Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy
- Holistic Approach
- Courtesy Transportation
- Recovery Support
- Continuing Care Services
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Once a comprehensive clinical evaluation is completed our care team works together with clients to identify the most appropriate level of care, and to develop goals and objectives for an integrated treatment plan. Blueprints’ Intensive Outpatient Drug Rehab in PA is built around objective-driven programming throughout the week. Groups are kept to optimal sizes of around 8 to 10 members to allow for more individualized treatment and attention.
Group, Individual & Family Healing
Additional family therapy and educational services, individual therapy, life skills development and recovery support services are also an integral part of the IOP program. Our Drug Rehab in PA employs a unique approach to IOP and continuing care services - creating a Recovery Ecosystem... a place, perspective, and plan for achieving true success in recovery.
What Our Clients Are Saying:
Going to IOP at Blueprints was different than anywhere else I'd been. I was used to just going to the same few groups every week, but at Blueprints they did a lot more. They had music and yoga and meditation, and I got individual sessions with my counselor every week. It was really smooth going from PHP to IOP, and I think that's what saved me... it's like my treatment never paused.