Intensive Outpatient Treatment 2018-11-02T17:28:06+00:00

Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP)

Alcoholism and Addiction are not moral issues.  Although the Alcoholic and/or the Addict and the Family feel an intense sense of shame.  Many people come to treatment and their life appears to be spinning out of control but struggle with realizing that the use of alcohol or other drugs is the primary contributing factor.

What substance you are using is less important to us than what you want to do about your problem and how we can help. Many people seek out inpatient treatment as the first option, however, if you are not experiencing physical withdrawal, you have a safe place to live and you are highly motivated, intensive outpatient treatment would be more suitable for you. This is the perfect option for you to get treatment, while at the same maintaining your family and work life.

Intensive Outpatient Treatment is also suggested as a step down from inpatient treatment especially if you have attended an inpatient facility out of the area. Having the guidance, support and ongoing treatment when you return is the most successful model for recovery. Time and time again we’ve seen clients leave an inpatient program feeling overconfident and return to use. Minimizing the chance of relapse is imperative in keeping hope alive.

Alcoholism and Addiction Treatment

If you have become chemically dependent, your judgement regarding the seriousness of your condition has no doubt been impaired. In fact, in most cases, the alcoholic or addict is in serious trouble long before he or she begins to wonder if there may be a problem. If you are wondering, there are a few signs and symptoms of chemical dependency that you should be aware of.

Self Assessment

Check off any of the following signs or symptoms of chemical dependency that you may be aware of:

Preoccupation with Chemical Use

Protecting One’s Supply

Use of Substances As Medicine

Solitary Use of Chemicals

Rapid Intake of Chemicals

Increased Tolerance


Drinking or using drugs more than you intended

Physical Withdrawals


Drop In Job Performance

Reduced Short-term Memory

Loss of Motivation or Energy

Frequent Tardiness and Absenteeism

Untidy Appearance

Behavioral Changes

Change In Circle of Friends


Mood Swings


Change In Values, Ideas or Beliefs

Withdrawal from Family

Poor Eating and Sleeping Habits

Job is at Risk

Relationship Problems


Financial Problems

If you have checked 5 or more of the above signs/symptoms, fill out the below form to schedule a free private consultation with one of our certified counselors

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Recovery Resources provides substance dependency assessments to determine the level of care each individual needs.  It is only through a clear clinical eye can the individual seeking treatment obtain the best level of care possible.