Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP)
At Miracles in Action Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program (also known as IOP) is a primary treatment program that is often clinically recommended for individuals who suffer from drug or alcohol addiction and co-occurring disorders, and who do not require detox, or who have successfully detoxed. The IOP enables individuals suffering from addiction to undergo the therapies required for long-term recovery on a part-time yet intensive schedule. IOP scheduling is flexible and is tailored to best support a client’s career, school, parenting, and other life demands. We empower clients to truly live their lives in recovery. With flexible daytime or evening scheduling, our IOP takes place at our private and serene addiction treatment facility located in Burbank, California (greater Los Angeles County), and meets 3-5 times per week. With such intensive outpatient rehab, clients have the individualized attention of a therapist AND the support of others facing substance abuse/mental health issues.
Standard Outpatient Programs
Outpatient treatment plans vary in frequency, intensity, and duration, but a client-centered, evidence-based approach is core to our outpatient recovery programs. The Outpatient Program is designed to meet an individual wherever they are in the recovery process. When designing an outpatient treatment plan, our clinicians take many variables into account. These variables include substances used, length of sobriety, physical and mental health, work history and schedules, family relationships, and personal recovery needs and goals. The Outpatient Program treatment plan is adjusted as an individual meets important clinical milestones. Core treatment activities in the Outpatient Program include individual therapy, group therapy, and family therapy, as well as wellness and other healthy activities that are tailored to individual needs.
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