Substance Abuse IOP

Red Willow Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program

At Red Willow, our goal is to provide exceptional IOP treatment for addiction recovery. Our program is evidence-based, which means we utilize treatment components which research has shown to be most effective. Each week, participants will be engaged in:

Group therapy  — Three, 3-hour sessions, each comprised of:

  • Group psychotherapy (2 hours)
  • Group psycho-education (1 hour)

Individual therapy

  • One hour of personal therapy 
  • One case management session (30-60 mins)
  • Breathalyzer checkpoints and full spectrum drug testing

Our groups are facilitated by licensed, master level clinicians and licensed substance abuse counselors. If you have an established doctor or therapist, then we will work closely with them through the course of your treatment.

Our goal is to “wrap around you” to provide you an increased level of support as you begin or continue your recovery journey. We will work together with you to develop tools, establish support, and maintain recovery from substances, mental health issues, or problem behaviors.

Our IOP Services

ASAM Assessment
Admission into the IOP program begins with an assessment that determines the most appropriate level of care. During this process, we will assess your current situation and gather a history from you that will help us design your personal recovery plan.

Admission and Orientation
If the assessment indicates that you are appropriate for an IOP and that we are able to provide you services to address your needs, then we schedule a time for admission. After we complete the necessary paperwork, we provide you and your family with a full orientation to our program. We want you to know the procedures and expectations and be comfortable and familiar with what we do. It also gives us time to meet with your family and involve them as a support for your recovery. 

Experiential-Group

Process Group
This group is an open format psychotherapy group, which means that there are no specific topics or themes. Participants share personal experiences in a safe environment and receive feedback from peers and the therapist. This is where we learn what we are doing, why we are doing it, and what we want to change.

Psychoeducation Group
In this group, participants learn important concepts about recovery, mental health, and relationships. A variety of topics are explored–Emotional regulation, Communication, Mindfulness, Trauma, Addiction and the brain, etc.—relevant coping skills and relapse prevention techniques are modeled and discussed. 

Experiential Group
This group is a different type of therapy, in that we use experiences to have a different psychological understanding of what we do. This is done through art, movement, psychodrama, and other techniques.

Individual and Family Therapy
Participants meet with their therapist individually for at least one hour each week. At times, a partner or family will join. Individual therapy is a way to look more deeply into a person’s past hurt, and the motivations of what they are doing.

Man-on-streetCase Management
This is an often overlooked but important part of the recovery process. In our case management sessions, participants provide accountability with their personal recovery plan. Relapse triggers and behaviors are identified, and individuals are given support to ensure that resources are available for long-term recovery.

Drug Testing
Many studies have proven the effectiveness of drug testing in promoting long-term recovery. We provide drug testing at least weekly, which results are verified by an outside laboratory. This identifies any slips in your recovery and allows the therapy team to quickly address any relapse, to help you on your path of recovery. It also provides a level of accountability which can be beneficial in preventing the relapse in the first place.

Medication Management
Proper medical oversight by a competent practitioner can be crucial to a person’s recovery process. Medications can help stabilize a person’s mood, help with chronic pain issues, or decrease a person’s cravings for substances. We work with a small number of prescribers to provide this service, and we will also work with any established prescriber of our participants.

Support

We are here to support you to live a life of intention and meaning.
If you have further questions, call our IOP directly at:
(385) 202-5315