Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program

Our Intensive Outpatient Program is offered to anyone who is motivated for recovery, has full-time employment or school enrollment, has a strong support system, and does not meet medical criteria for detoxification in a residential treatment program. IOP can also be used as a step down in treatment intensity for clients who have completed a primary treatment program.   


 Our Intensive Outpatient Program provides the benefits of treatment with added flexibility. With sessions at night, you are able to continue to live your life going to work or school. IOP combines group, individual and family therapy to provide a solid foundation for recovery. Sessions focus on education, relapse prevention, spirituality, 12-Steps and a variety of other topics. Clients will learn the tools necessary to live a happy and productive life without the use of drugs or alcohol. 


 IOP meets three (3) times per week, in the evening, for eight (8) to twelve (12) weeks. If a client works offshore or in a related field that requires time away, the treatment schedule can be adapted to meet this need. Our IOP is grounded in the proven tradition of the Spiritual Principles of Alcoholics Anonymous and abstinence based treatment. 


We understand the workforce culture in South Louisiana with the Oil & Gas Industry. Most of the population here is employed in the Oil & Gas Industry. We offer treatment services to those individuals that may work on a 7&7, 14&14 or 21&14, etc... schedule. We will work with them to enable to participate in a structured treatment program while continuing to keep their work schedules. 


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Requirements

1. Complete a detailed evaluation

2. Complete and implement an individualized Treatment Plan based on your needs.

3. Attend group Sessions 3x's weekly

4. Attend Individual Therapy Sessions

5. Submit to random drug screens

6. Attend Family/Couples sessions

7. Attend 2 AA/NA Meetings weekly

8. Complete Required Assignments

9. Complete a detailed Aftercare/Continuing Care Plan