IOP Program Timeline
We offer a program which provides a continuum of care through the recovery process. Progression through the program is based on documented accomplishments. We do not believe the criteria for recovery and wellness is based on “time spent” in a program. Rather, we believe that recovery and wellness is based on “time spent well”. This simply means learning and behavior that reflect a higher level of functioning.
All program components are treatment focused and are driven by the goals and outcomes reflected in the treatment plan which is developed in collaboration with the client. Individual and group therapies address the presenting issues such as trauma, relationship issues, substance abuse triggers, relapse, self worth, abandonment, abuse, depression and hopelessness. Process groups explore the dynamics of the clients recovery and relate the process to the treatment goals and objectives. In all, the Viewpoint Dual Recovery Model of treatment is an integration of experiential and traditional therapies, employing models of treatment such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Readiness for Change, and Trauma Resolution.
Movement through the treatment program as described below is based on an integrated, continuum of care model that is developed between the treatment team and the client.
Month 1-5 provides a minimum of 11 hours of weekly outpatient treatment which includes a minimum of one (1) hour/s individual substance abuse/behavioral health counseling per week, a minimum of ten (10) hours of group counseling.
Month 6-9 is a transition preparatory phase that provides a minimum of 11 hours of weekly outpatient treatment which includes a minimum of one (1) hour/s individual substance abuse/behavioral health counseling per week, a minimum of ten (10) hours of group counseling. During this month the client is involved in preparation for transition from the program, at which time exit plans and aftercare recommendations are structured and established.