Emerging Adult (18-25)
Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient
Program Guides Patients Toward Self-Management of Substance Abuse
The Intensive Outpatient (IOP) process starts with an overall assessment with the patient and/or a person close to him or her (such as a spouse or parent). The program highlights self-management, patient education, family involvement, and goal setting to manage symptoms and help the patient return to a normal lifestyle.
The IOP treatment team has behavioral health professionals with expert experience in treating mood disorders along with medication management. Group size ranges from four to 12 patients, which allows individuals to receive personal attention in their recovery.
Exult also offers Yoga and Mindfulness, free of charge, for all of our IOP patients. We believe that it is not just the social or psyche that needs attention but the physical and spiritual as well.
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Candidates for Intensive Outpatient Psychiatric Program
Candidates for the IOP program is intended for people 18 years or younger. They have a primary psychiatric diagnosis of a mood or anxiety disorder. Appropriate candidates for the program have some impairment in their day-to-day functioning but are motivated to change and make a commitment to treatment. IOP patients are capable of independent functioning. Most patients work or attend college when they are not attending the program.
For patients experiencing a mental health crisis, the intensive mood disorder team is ready to help them with treatment.
Scientific Backing of Substance Abuse Adolescent Intensive Outpatient
Key Benefits of Emerging Adult Substance Abuse IOP at Exult
We provide both group and individual therapy for our clients to gain all they can from our program. With our licensed staff, we work as a team to better help you.
- Group therapy
- Individual therapy
- Access to on-site psychiatrist
- Providers work together
- Individualized approach to your wellbeing
- Afternoon hours
- Yoga and Mindfulness
There will be up to 12 people in each group lead by a therapist.
Once a week, anyone in IOP sees a therapist for one-on-one counseling. It also gives the patient a more intimate setting, if needed. The individual and the therapist talk about the reasons for substance abuse, the effects of the drug, how to manage withdrawal symptoms, and reduce cravings.
We do take multiple insurances such as United, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, and Medicare but we suggest you discuss any major medical decisions with your insurance provider.
We offer medication management but we try to keep an open discussion between the client, therapist, and psychiatrist as to the needs of the client.