Living Hope’s Intensive Outpatient program(IOP) is designed for patients requiring more structure than what is available through individual outpatient therapy. IOP is offered up to five days per week for three and a half hours each day with sessions offered either in the morning or the afternoon. This program may be considered for patients who are transitioning from a higher level of care back into their everyday life due to the flexible nature of the program allowing them to resume their normal activities while still receiving the necessary support needed to keep them on a path towards recovery. During IOP group sessions are offered and patients see their treatment team for individual sessions two to three times per week. Living Hope offers care through IOP to both men and women ages 13 and up.
Intensive Outpatient Program at Living Hope
What Living Hope's Intensive Outpatient Program Offers
Living Hope’s Intensive Outpatient program(IOP) is designed for patients requiring more structure than what is available through individual A personalized treatment plan that includes therapy and dietetic sessions meant to encourage and support the patient as they continually gain more autonomy and become self-reliant. The plans are created and managed by the patient’s assigned treatment team focusing on maintaining the progress towards a lasting recovery.
Each patient also receives:
- One to two therapy sessions per week
- One dietetic session per week
- Individualized weekly treatment plan including personal goal setting
- Monitored weight and vitals
- One staff-supported meal and snack with post meal processing
- Art therapy
- Family Day once per month
- Family therapy as appropriate on a case by case ba