Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
Casa’s IOP program offers a comprehensive approach for women whose recovery needs do not require residential (inpatient) treatment.
Upon admission to our Outpatient Treatment program, participants will meet with one of our counselors who will assess their specific needs and concerns, and together they will develop an individualized treatment program designed to help them clear a path to long-term recovery, one day at a time.
Our individualized program includes 9 hours per week of customized workshops and groups that center on addiction education, peer-support, relapse prevention, and processing of issues that lead to relapse. Participation in our family program is also available to our outpatient clients.
The program is comprised of two key components:
Individual Sessions - Designed to orient the participants to the expectations of the intensive outpatient program, complete the administrative documentation and establish rapport with the participants to encourage treatment compliance.
Small Support Groups - Provide participants basic skills required to achieve initial sobriety and maintain a long-term program of recovery. Each group meets for 1.5 hours with a maximum of 10 participants. Support Groups are an essential component of the treatment model and cover anger management, parenting skills, relapse prevention, dual diagnosis, drug education, life skills and issues of particular concern to women in recovery.
All outpatient participants are required to submit to random drug and alcohol testing as a means of accountability. Family involvement is key and we offer family counseling sessions where participants and their family members may share their concerns, learn about the causes and effects of alcohol and drug addiction and establish a loving and committed plan for healing together.
This program is open to women 18-years of age or older who are struggling to overcome addiction to alcohol and other substances.
Casa recommends IOP participants reside in sober living when possible, however this is not a requirement for admission.
Casa offers a structured Aftercare program for you to participate in. This program offers an individualized session per month, one group per week as determined by you and your counselor, random UA testing, and the structured accountability of a meeting card requirement. This program is ideal for those looking to strengthen their ongoing recovery and is often accepted by diversion programs for ongoing aftercare requirements.