THE INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT (IOP) REHAB HOUSTON TRUSTS
Intensive outpatient program (IOP) is a level of care that is typically attended as a step-down after detox or residential treatment. Our admissions team and clinicians complete an assessment of each client, prior to admission, allowing us to determine which level of care is optimal for each individual.
After an assessment, clients receive a treatment plan that is truly unique to them. A multidisciplinary team, including both their therapist and recovery coach, implements the plan for each patient. The client will have full access to a Recovery Coach for 1 year after they successfully complete our IOP program.
A Recovery Coach is someone the client builds a rapport with bridging the gap between therapist and sponsor. They are meant to help individuals identify and create plans in their sobriety. Often, recovery coaches recommend resources to clients. It’s also a way to main focus, keep motivation up, and address any barriers to recovery. Designed to grant flexibility, recovery coaches can work with clients virtually.
Serenity Light Recovery’s IOP is an 8-week program. This phase of treatment meets 4 days a week: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Each Wednesday night is family night and our clients’ families also have the option of participating in the full-scale residential intensive Family Program if desired. Unique to most IOP programs we also integrate yoga once a week as well as Creative Art Expressions and Biosound into our curriculum to allow for a truly holistic experience for comprehensive healing of the mind, body, and spirit.
The addition of these holistic practices for treatment gives Serenity Light Recovery more options in serving clients. Because each path to recovery is different responding uniquely to treatments, having a variety of treatments to offer places clients in the best position to succeed. One such treatment option is our intensive outpatient program or IOP where individuals are able to bridge the gap between treatment and their home life.