Our network partners offer a wide variety of treatment programs aimed to treat alcoholism and drug abuse. Depending on your insurance, we can connect you with many locations across the U.S. that offer the highest level of treatment.
CBT/DBT, biofeedback, Experiential therapies, Expressive arts therapies, EMDR, 12 Steps, Life Skills training, Motivational Interviewing, Psychoeducation and more.
Detox is the most basic treatment, and often a preliminary form of treatment. Detoxification is the process of removing the toxic substance from the individual in treatment. These substances are most often alcohol and or drugs. Once the individual has removed substances from their body, they may go on to additional treatments to prevent relapses.
Residential treatment is often referred to inpatient treatment and usually follows after detox treatment. However, Residential treatment is usually long-term and focuses on therapy and counseling whereas inpatient is more intensive and medical based. Residential treatment places the patient in a full-time living situation that is monitored 24/7 to aid in recovery.
PHP (partial hospitalization program)
PHP (partial hospitalization program) referred to in the past as a ‘day-hospital’ is for patients who need intensive psychiatric care but also may benefit from a community setting. Over the last few decades, this program has opened up to also help treat patients struggling with substance abuse. PHP programs offer a wide variety of full-day treatments to lighter and less intensive outpatient programs.
IOP (intensive outpatient program)
IOP (intensive outpatient program’s) are often recommended to patients that do not need continual medical supervision. Many IOP programs offer a flexible schedule to fit into the patient’s life with work and family. IOP helps with withdrawals, understanding addiction, coping skills, spirituality, self-change and much more.
OP (outpatient) usually follows a successful IOP program. OP is the most flexible and least intensive program but usually requires patients still attend regular therapy, group sessions, and meetings. OP is primarily geared towards helping the patient avoid relapse and continue developing skills learned in prior treatment plans such as IOP.
Aftercare assistance is similar to OP (outpatient) which is geared towards relapse prevention, medical checkups, therapy and self-care plans.