Online Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

For Mental Health & Substance Addiction

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As effective as traditional in-person IOP treatment

Choose from morning, noon or evening therapy sessions

Save on travel, childcare, eldercare & other expenses

We’re highly reviewed by past clients

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Treatment without the limitations

Modern Recovery’s Online IOP Program meets you wherever you are to get you the help you need. The virtual intensive outpatient option offers participants:

Convenience

  • Your work, school, family, or travel obligations make it difficult to attend in-person treatment sessions

Accesibility

  • Online treatment is ideal if live far from a rehab center or therapist office, or you have a physical disability

Continuity

  • You’ve recently completed an inpatient or PHP level program but still need additional support

Convenience

  • Your work, school, family, or travel obligations make it difficult to attend in-person treatment sessions

Accesibility

  • Online treatment is ideal if live far from a rehab center or therapist office, or you have a physical disability

Continuity

  • You’ve recently completed an inpatient or PHP level program but still need additional support

Benefits of IOP treatment

  • Think more clearly & improve your outlook
  • Develop coping skills to manage your condition
  • Improve relationships and family dynamics
  • Learn to live a healthier, more enjoyable lifestyle
  • Address traumas & unresolved issues
  • Get relief from depression, anxiety, PTSD, trauma, eating disorders, drug and alcohol addiction, and other behavioral health issues

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4.8 – Based on 49 Reviews

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After completing my mentorship program with Lena, 25 years of “counseling” finally made sense. For me, the difference was being able to talk WITH someone on the same level, instead of to someone.

Jason A.

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“Modern Recovery paired me up with a recovery coach that understood my background and interests, and I developed a great relationship with them while moving forward in early recovery. Modern was very helpful and supplied all the tools I needed to transition back into day-to-day life.”

Anonymous

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I am grateful for their services and I am still in contact with them today. I know modern recovery will be there for me if I ever need them! They are there to help and they want to help! They want to see us succeed!”

Gaby H.

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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.

We Accept Insurance

We work with most major insurance providers to help minimize the cost of treatment. Let’s check to see if your provider will cover your treatment.

We’re in-network with BlueCross BlueShield

Online IOP Features

Modern Recovery’s Virtual IOP program is as effective as traditional IOP programs with the benefit of added privacy, convenience, & reduced costs.

Dedicated Recovery Coaches

Your recovery coach will be available 24/7 to provide motivation, guidance & emergency support.

Flexible Schedules

Schedules that fit your lifestyle. Choose from 3-hr morning, midday or evening sessions, 3/5 days per week.

Masters Level Therapists

Participants have ongoing weekly support meetings with our specialized licensed therapists.

Medication Management

In cases where clients are prescribed medications, we monitor and reconcile them to ensure desired outcomes.

Better Accessibility

Get treatment regardless of your physical location/disability. Eliminate travel, child care, & other expenses.

Discreet & Confidential

Receive treatment from your own home adds a level of privacy that in-person treatment simply can’t offer.

Dedicated Recovery Coaches

Your recovery coach will be available 24/7 to provide motivation, guidance & emergency support.

Flexible Schedules

Schedules that fit your lifestyle. Choose from 3-hr morning, midday or evening sessions, 3/5 days per week.

Masters Level Therapists

Participants have ongoing weekly support meetings with our specialized licensed therapists.

Medication Management

In cases where clients are prescribed medications, we monitor and reconcile them to ensure desired outcomes.

Better Accessibility

Get treatment regardless of your physical location/disability. Eliminate travel, child care, & other expenses.

Discreet & Confidential

Receive treatment from your own home adds a level of privacy that in-person treatment simply can’t offer.

Virtual IOP services included

As part of the Online IOP Program, some of the therapy modalities included are:

  • Group therapy
  • Individual therapy
  • Personalized recovery coaching
  • Aftercare & extended care
  • Family Sessions
  • Medication management
  • Psychiatric consultations
  • Academic support
  • Vocational training
  • Short & long term goal management
  • Transitional support
  • Case management

For more information about our services, call us.

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“People have hurdles to get to treatment, and we can remove those hurdles for them and make it more accessible”

You deserve to feel better

Change can start with a single phone call – We’re here to listen.

Dual Diagnosis Treatment

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.