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What is an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)?
Traditional mental health and addiction treatment generally fall into two main categories:
1) Inpatient Rehab – Participants stay at a residential rehab facility or hospital for the duration of their treatment, receiving round the clock supervision.
2) Outpatient Rehab – A less restrictive option that allows participants to stay at home but visit a rehab facility for treatment. However, outpatient programs do vary in their level of intensity & time commitment.
Intensive Outpatient (IOP) is a level below the most intensive form of outpatient treatment called Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), and it offers more flexibility in scheduling and time commitment.
Dual Diagnosis refers to when a person is diagnosed as having both a substance use disorder and a mental health disorder (depression, anxiety, PTSD, etc) at the same time.
In the past, treating a person’s substance abuse before resolving mental health problems was considered common practice. However, research shows that successful recovery requires that both conditions are treated at the same time.