Intensive Outpatient (IOP)

Intensive outpatient (IOP) treatment offers the flexibility for individuals to attend therapy and support sessions while continuing to fulfill their daily responsibilities, such as work, school, or family commitments. This allows individuals to integrate the principles of recovery into their everyday lives while receiving the support and guidance needed to navigate challenges and triggers.

Intensive outpatient (IOP) treatment offers the flexibility for individuals to attend therapy and support sessions while continuing to fulfill their daily responsibilities, such as work, school, or family commitments. This allows individuals to integrate the principles of recovery into their everyday lives while receiving the support and guidance needed to navigate challenges and triggers.

Through a combination of individual counseling, group therapy, and skill-building exercises, individuals develop practical strategies for managing cravings, coping with stress, and building healthy relationships. IOP fosters a sense of independence and self-efficacy, empowering individuals to take ownership of their recovery journey while receiving ongoing support from a dedicated treatment team.

  • Flexibility: IOP offers flexible scheduling, allowing individuals to attend therapy sessions while still fulfilling work, school, or family commitments.
  • Continued Support: Despite not residing in a treatment facility, participants receive continued support through regular therapy sessions, support groups, and educational workshops.
  • Skill Building: IOP focuses on teaching coping skills, relapse prevention techniques, and strategies for managing triggers in real-life situations.

A wide range of treatments

What substances will we cure you from?

Alcohol

Morphine

Cocaine

Fentanyl

Xanax

Marijuana

Heroin

Much more

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How can we help

Our Services

Detoxification

The detoxification process is often the first step in addiction treatment. It involves gradually discontinuing the use of substances under medical supervision to alleviate withdrawal symptoms and cleanse the body.

Behavioral therapy

This is a crucial component of addiction treatment, involving various therapeutic techniques such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, group therapy, and family therapy.

Pharmacotherapy

In some cases, pharmacological medications are used to help reduce cravings for drugs and alcohol, alleviate withdrawal symptoms, and support the recovery process.

Support programs

Addiction treatment centers offer various support programs such as support groups for individuals struggling with addiction and their families, educational programs, and counseling services.

Occupational therapy

Therapeutic activities such as art therapy, music therapy, sports activities, and other creative activities can help individuals develop new skills, interests, and coping mechanisms.

Rehabilitation programs

Addiction treatment centers often provide rehabilitation programs that assist individuals in reintegrating into society after completing treatment.

How It Works

Our Process

1

Receive Professional Support and Guidance

Our center offers essential support and specialized knowledge, and provides a secure environment conducive to healing and distancing oneself from triggers.

2

Address Underlying Issues

Consulting with a primary healthcare provider for counseling can help identify and confront these underlying triggers, bolstering efforts towards sobriety.

3

Develop a Tailored Treatment Plan

Alcohol dependence is deeply rooted in psychological factors, necessitating personalized interventions to address underlying conditions.

"I wholeheartedly endorse Oasis Recovery for addiction treatment. Their extensive therapy programs, incorporating CBT and group sessions, equipped me with the resources necessary to conquer my addiction and embark on a fresh journey."

Dianne Russell

Oasis Recovery patient

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