IOP Treatment Center
Continuing Rehabilitation After Treatment
Intensive outpatient treatment is a method of addiction treatment that helps ensure that a patient’s treatment will continue under the proper supervision. Addiction is a terrible thing to happen to anyone. At Sprout Health California Detox, we applaud anyone who has reached a point where they know that professional clinical help is needed. If you or a loved one has reached the end of their rope in battling an addiction, we are here to help.
Our thorough assessment process helps us gather critical information about your present state of physical and mental health. Our Intake Specialists will work with you to find an insurance plan or method of payment that best suits you. Once accepted, we will take you on a tour of our facility and further explain our methods and procedures. As such, you will know what to expect from your stay with us. Our professional commitment is to make sure you receive the medications and therapies to successfully assist you through detox and rehab. We highly recommend an inpatient program if your addiction is severe. Of course, we can make that determination at the time of our assessment and your admittance.
Intensive Outreach Program
Inpatient treatment is intensive, and patients receive medical monitoring and assistance 24/7. Round-the-clock monitoring is available. As the patient’s program evolves, we can adjust medications and therapies accordingly. We also introduce our patients to cognitive therapies that can help rid them of inaccurate thinking habits. We help assist them through education and training to make the connection with their thinking and behavioral patterns. They learn that a situation can remain the same, but how they approach and respond to it can lead to more positive results.
Patients are required to check into the facility on a daily basis. After their session, they can return home each day. These are patients who have shown that they have a strong measure of control over their addiction. They benefit from a less rigid structure, and are privy to returning to real-life experiences. Every patient, inpatient or outpatient, will eventually return home to put their knowledge and resolve to work. It is our goal and mission to make sure that you have all the tools and support needed to avoid relapse.
Treatment sessions in the intensive outpatient program tend to last between 2-6 hours each day. We can conveniently schedule these around the patient’s schedule. Teenagers in the program can attend school during the day. Adults in the program can schedule treatments for later in the day, or, at a time that works best for them. The program is designed to treat patients while giving them the freedom to live—and live a life free from substance abuse.
A big requirement for the outpatient program is that patients have the desire and will to stick to their treatment plans and schedules. They must follow their doctor’s orders to the letter. Since they live at home and return daily, we do run random tests to make sure their program is on track. With hard work, dedication and a strong will to get well, our patients reach the level where they can sustain from using drugs.
When our patients graduate from detox and rehab treatment, the journey to live a drug-free life continues. We encourage our patients to form bonds with groups like Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous because so much support is offered. We also stay in close contact with our patients to make sure they are still on track when their program is completed. Support groups cost nothing to join. The only requirement for membership is a will to get better and to live a life free from drugs or alcohol. If a person falls temporarily into relapse, they can count on others to help cheer them back into the saddle.
Our cognitive therapies are quite effective at getting patients to adjust their thought processes—and thus their behaviors. We always stress that finding purpose in life is therapeutic in many ways. Individuals with purpose tend to avoid addictive behaviors more so than people without a purpose.
If you or a loved one is suffering from a life-threatening drug or alcohol addiction, reach out to us today. Our talented and experience staff is qualified to assess and treat both mental and physiological disorders that may be associated with your addiction.