Our Intensive Outpatient Program is designed for individuals 18 years and older seeking primary treatment for alcoholism, addiction and codependency. This program provides assessment and primary treatment services. Patients live at home and travel to the main centre, where they participate in treatment Monday–Friday from 9am to 5pm.
Pending medical and clinical assessment, Intensive Outpatient may be recommended for individuals who do not require medically supervised detoxification; live within a reasonable driving distance from the Centre; and/or individuals who may have completed a residential treatment program and are looking for additional support in their early recovery.
During treatment, each patient is assigned a treatment team, which includes a, primary counsellor,
This team is responsible for assessing and working with each patient to establish an individualised plan of care and post–treatment recommendations designed to support ongoing recovery.
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Treatment in the Outpatient Program is an intense, focused experience. including individual and group therapy sessions, as well as educational lectures, with special emphasis on issues occurring in the home and work environments.
Patients are asked to attend 12–Step meetings in the community and begin establishing a sober support system. Additionally, family and/or loved ones are encouraged to participate in the Centres programme attending Family counselling or groups when appropriate..
The Intensive Outpatient Program gives patients the opportunity to continue living at home and work in the community while attending treatment. Patients are able to begin implementing the recovery skills developed throughout the program and have the opportunity to process their experience in a safe and supportive group environment. By doing this, they begin to establish a foundation for life–long sobriety.