Intensive Outpatient Program

At Transformations, we create an environment where change is possible.

We help adults transition back to their meaningful lives. Clients learn triggers to avoid and strategies to use to help them enjoy sober living and become significant members of their communities.

Who is the Intensive Outpatient Program for?

  1. Those who are unable to make the time commitment to our Partial Hospitalization Program.
  2. Clients who wish to continue treatment after their 30-day stay.

Our Intensive Outpatient Program includes:

  • Transportation from home or work to treatment .
  • Placement into sober-living communities nearby if needed
  • Small group sessions
  • Masters-level therapists
  • Gender-specific groups
  • Morning, afternoon and evening sessions
  • Supportive alumni meetings (weekly) and events
  • Aftercare
  • Life skills
  • Job search assistance

The Transformations Intensive Outpatient Program Difference

  • We provide ongoing psychiatric help
  • Small, gender specific groups
  • Master level therapists
  • Morning, afternoon and evening sessions
  • Our Aftercare and Alumni Programs help clients maintain long-term sobriety

OUR PROGRAM

A 3-Phase, Step-Down Program

Phase 1 (IOP)

*Designed for clients who have completed at 30 day program or those who are unable to commit to a 30 day stay.

This phase consists of approximately 12-24 sessions,  3 times per week for 3 hours per session.  This phase is intensive as it helps the client transition to a life without the use of alcohol and drugs. Focus is on creating a stable pattern of living through education, process groups and individualized treatment planning. It is during this phase that clients are expected to obtain a sponsor, join a home group and have a firm system in place for handling cravings and new relationships.

Phase 2 (OP)

This phase consists of approximately 16 sessions, twice a week for 1.5 hours per session. This phase helps the client gain better insight into their use and the effects their disease has had on personal growth, family and relationships. Through group process they learn to deal with everyday stress and ongoing issues in recovery.

* A 45 minute individual session may be added.

Phase 3 (OP)

This phase consists of approximately 8 sessions, once a week for 1 hour per session. In this phase clients continue to work on their continuing personal needs. They begin to let go of treatment and begin to outline a personal plan for continued growth. During this time clients will be expected to begin service work in their home groups and to prepare for sponsorship of others.

* A 45 minute individual session may be added.

Phase 4

Many clients continue to see a therapist for individual sessions. The length of treatment is determined by the individual in conjunction with their therapist.