Many people who struggle with substance use disorder don’t have the option to commit to full-time rehab programs.
The disease of addiction is both perplexing and devastating. If quitting on your own hasn’t worked, the bravest thing you can do is to seek treatment. It is essential to understand that substance use disorder is both a mental and physical illness. An intensive outpatient program (IOP) for drug and alcohol addiction provides the resources to help people get their lives back. This type of program is particularly effective at helping people ease into recovery; you’ll still have some freedoms, and you can make a smooth transition back into regular life. We treat all types of a substance use disorder, including:
Many people cannot afford to take time off from work, school, and family obligations to enroll in a comprehensive, full-time residential rehab center. In an intensive outpatient program like the program we offer at Greater Boston Addiction Centers, you will receive the same therapies that you would in a residential program; however, you will benefit from that treatment while you continue to attend work or school. During an IOP, clients live in their own homes. You will still receive treatment at the GBAC campus, but we will help you build your treatment model around your own schedule. We offer the following Boston drug IOP options:
Partial hospitalization, which we also offer at Greater Boston Addiction Centers, is our highest level of care. For patients with the most severe addictions, a partial hospitalization program can make sure your vitals are monitored and that medical care is available if you need it.
Intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) work for many people with an addiction. GBAC will help you decide which program fits your requirements and design an individualized treatment plan. At Greater Boston Addiction Centers, each level of care includes an array of therapies, services, and support. The benefits of completing an intensive outpatient program can be enormous for someone in recovery.