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As part of our step-down model – one that is widely recognized as the best model for recovery – our clients graduate to the Intensive Outpatient level of care after completing Residential Treatment. It is recommended that a person complete a minimum of 90 days of treatment to have the best opportunity for long-term recovery. At The Hope Center, we recognize the importance of maintaining an environment of therapeutic rehabilitation for those 90 days or more by offering an integrated intensive outpatient program.
Each client is required to attend group programming for 3 hours a day, 3 days a week, in addition to a 1-hour one-on-one session with their therapist. The programming begins in the evening at 6pm to accommodate clients who have a job or family commitment. IOP is also ideal for someone who has not been through the residential program, but has obligations that permit them from attending day-long programming.
At-Home or Residential
At The Hope Center, we offer flexible living Intensive Outpatient programming for those who wish to live at home and complete IOP, as well as our traditional model which offers clients the opportunity to live in our structured, safe community housing. Since many of our clients are from out of state, a large portion of our IOP attendees also live together in our community housing. Even for those who may live close by, it is customary for our clients to live in our secure, off-campus community housing, which requires higher levels of accountability, as well as helps them integrate into a new sober environment.
The Hope Center for Rehabilitation offers a full range of services both leading up to, during and following treatment, including professional interventions, a luxury, medically assisted detox program, inpatient rehabilitation (30-90 days), intensive out-patient rehabilitation and out-patient services. Each of our clients become a part of our alumni program at the completion of their treatment to help foster a continued community of recovery.