Intensive Outpatient Program
Intensive Outpatient Programs at Banyan Treatment CenterThe Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) at Banyan Treatment Center Philadelphia helps patients’ transition back into day-to-day life, following Partial Hospitalization care. Therapeutic groups in our Intensive Outpatient Program are held 5 days a week. In Banyan Philadelphia’s Intensive Outpatient Program, patients can address real–life issues that they face in early recovery, while continuing to develop healthy coping mechanisms and life skills. Groups surrounding relapse prevention, alcohol addiction, and substance use disorder are crucial at the Intensive Outpatient level of care. We cater towards your needs and goals and we work with you every step of the way to ensure sobriety.
IOP includes both group and individual therapy and is less restrictive and more flexible than Partial Hospitalization Programming. When patients are not attending groups, they are encouraged to seek employment, volunteer and attend outside 12-step meetings to continue their recovery efforts. IOP provides patients with the structure and supervision that is most beneficial in early recovery, while also encouraging them to begin planting roots within the community and starting sober lives of their own. We teach our patients the proper tools needed to prevent future relapses when times get tough and it’s important to understand that recovery is an ongoing journey that requires constant dedication and commitment to your goals. By becoming a part of our Alumni Program after treatment is completed, you have access to a large network of recovering individuals who are looking to support and guide you through your own recovery journey. Being surrounded by positive influences is extremely important during the fragile stages of recovery.
IOP Features and Services
- Tailored treatment planning
- Individual therapy sessions
- Group therapy sessions
- Medication Evaluation and Management
- Post Treatment Services and Community Resources
- Alumni Network
Treatment completely removes the individual from all the temptations and triggers from society for a prolonged period. If a client returns to their previous way of life immediately after treatment, they are at risk for relapse. An IOP is crucial to the transition back into daily life by continuing to implement all therapies and ideas that treatment has taught them. At Banyan Treatment Center in Philadelphia, our Intensive Outpatient Program’s main goal is to help our clients live a sober, productive lifestyle after treatment. Learning how to properly work through challenging situations is what long-term recovery is all about and we strive to teach our patients the necessary skills needed to overcome these hard times.
If you or a loved one is seeking continued treatment for alcohol addiction or substance use disorder after Partial Hospitalization, while maintaining employment and staying active in the community, Banyan Philadelphia’s Intensive Outpatient Program may be the next step. Please call our drug and alcohol treatment center in Philadelphia today to speak with one of our treatment specialists for more information on how to get started. Changing your life for the better is possible with the help from our committed team. Learn how to stay on the right path towards success through our intensive outpatient level of care.
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"Banyan Treatment Center was a life-changing experience for me. When I got here, I was planning on continuing to use, but with the help of staff and the community I was convinced to stay through the whole program, and I can honestly say it was the best decision I've ever made."
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"My experience was nothing short of amazing. The staff is excellent, they all went way out of their way to help me with whatever I needed. They gave me the tools i needed to succeed, and were always there for me when I completed the program and when I fell short. Thank you so much Banyan!"
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"Banyan was able to help me more than words can describe. They helped me save my life. I called in not really knowing what to expect or anything about treatment and the people I spoke with were able to walk me through every step of the way."