Outpatient Rehabilitation Services
The Olympia House Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) offers outpatient rehabilitation services for adults with substance abuse problems. With a focus on wellness and recovery in all aspects of one’s life, Olympia House IOP is able to support people in their journey to sobriety.
The program is designed to be completed over eight weeks, depending on individual needs and insurance requirements. It includes 9 hours of group counseling and 1 hour of individual counseling per week, random drug and alcohol testing, and monthly family support meetings.
The intensive outpatient program provides a space for participants to process current feelings and struggles, learn coping skills to prevent relapse, and use cognitive and dialectical behavior therapy practices to identify, counteract, manage and regulate distorted thoughts and overwhelming emotions.
Olympia House IOP offers a variety of different treatment modalities and peer support groups. The process begins with an initial clinical assessment that includes both substance abuse and mental health issues. As the individual works with staff in the development of their unique treatment plan, the specific treatment goals are identified.
Goals of the Program
The goals of the program include:
- Provide a safe space for people who are attempting to recover from chemical dependency.
- Provide a holistic environment conducive to a biopsychosocial-spiritual recovery process which addresses all aspects of a person’s recovery.
- Assist the client in reconnecting to family, social supports, peer groups and additional aftercare treatment relationships.
- Establish a solid foundation of recovery.
The services offered include:
- Comprehensive initial assessment
- Recovery plan development
- Rehabilitation groups
- Individual therapy
- Family therapy
- Random drug and alcohol testing
- Peer support
- Collateral services
- Discharge planning and aftercare services
- Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
Program topics include:
- Relationships in early recovery
- Managing cravings in real time
- Anticipating and preventing relapse
- Balancing work and recovery
- New motivations in early recovery