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Intensive Outpatient (IOP) Treatment

Serving Orange County and Sonoma County

Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs) are treatment programs in the drug and alcohol rehabilitation industry meant to address substance use disorders and co-occurring disorders for individuals that do not require detoxification or 24/7 care. In an outpatient setting like IOP, clients are able to receive partial-day treatment while residing at home. IOPs are a great option for those who are not chemically dependent or at high risk for relapse. Read more to learn about what Wavelength’s IOP treatment programs in Huntington Beach and Petaluma can do for you!
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

An Intensive Outpatient Program at Wavelengths only requires three to five days a week, for a few hours each day. It is a step down from inpatient-residential and partial hospitalization, and a step up from a regular outpatient treatment program.

After each session at our treatment center, clients return home to their families or roommates. Because of this independence, these programs are best suited for people who have a little bit of sobriety and drug counseling under their belt.

What You Get From IOP Treatment

Just like other treatment programs, the client in IOP will have access to individual therapy, group therapy, holistic therapy, medication management, case management, and vocational training.

Intensive Outpatient Treatment Programs are meant to achieve:

Advantages of IOP include:

Disadvantages of IOP include:

Common therapy themes in IOPs include:

IOP vs Other Treatment Programs

The best treatment program for each individual is going to depend on their own unique circumstances.

Many people looking for treatment have some sort of chemical dependency on at least one substance of abuse. For these individuals, a detox program is best. In detox, they can get the 24/7 care they need to get through the brutal early days of sobriety.

After a person has detoxed, they may enter a regular inpatient-residential program. A typical inpatient-residential stay is anywhere from 30 to 90 days — but can last longer depending on an individual’s needs.

Those who don’t need 24/7 care are better suited for varying levels of outpatient care. PHP, IOP, and OP — respectively — can help a person slowly move away from more intensive forms of care back to the realities of normal life.

Ultimately, the choice of what program you wish to go through is up to you.

The admissions specialists at Wavelengths recovery can help walk you through what might be the best fit for you!

IOP in Huntington Beach, CA (Orange County)

Wavelengths Recovery has helped many people like you or your loved one through outpatient care. Our outpatient rehab in Huntington Beach is just a few blocks from the Huntington Beach pier.

Not only are our locations among the best in Orange County, but we put the effort in to make our services top-notch too. Join the many people going through a similar struggle and get started on your recovery journey today.

IOP in Petaluma, CA (Sonoma County)

Stretching our reach towards Northern California on our mission to help others, we’ve opened an outpatient treatment center in Petaluma. You can find us at The Great Petaluma Mill.

Here, you receive all the quality care you would get at our Huntington Beach locations. You’ll be able to choose from levels of care such as partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and outpatient programs.

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