Addiction Treatment Phase II

Intensive Outpatient Program

Able To Change Recovery alcohol and drug rehab program includes the intensive outpatient phase that follows the intensive addiction treatment Primary Phase. This program combines the Primary Care with the Extended Care in a gradual transitional structure.The Intensive Outpatient Program integrates employment and/or school activities into the clients treatment plan. In this phase, the client will begin accepting responsibilities in the community and begin making the gradual transition from the program to the community.

The client learns to balance daily activities with his/her recovery and is under moderate supervision that allows him/her to maintain employment and/or volunteer services during the day and continue alcohol and drug treatment in the evenings.

The client is introduced to this treatment phase by meeting with placement staff who will recommend an achievable job-search plan. The client will have access to computers, fax machines, and high-speed Internet. During this transitional treatment phase, clients are required to participate in the job-search program and attend a weekly minimum of three evening Intensive Outpatient Program groups, one private counseling session and continue daily 12-step meetings. The client is responsible for his/her own transportation to and from work/school, groups, counseling sessions, and 12-step meetings.

Treatment staff monitors the clients progress weekly and help with strategies and plans if one is not employed within two weeks. Upon completion of the Intensive Outpatient Phase of Treatment, the Treatment Evaluation Team will review the clients progress and revise his/her treatment plan to continue in Intensive Outpatient Care or prepare a discharge plan.

We Offer A Family Program

We recognize addiction as a “family disease” and believe that the family component is an integral part of the addict/alcoholic maintaining their sobriety. Our more intensive family program is available for client’s who have completed a minimum of 2 weeks in the program, and is facilitated once a month. Our “Intensive Family Group” is a full day opportunity for families and friends to learn about addiction, treatment, and recovery, as well as how families are affected by addiction and the post treatment environment.

Contact the administration offices for more information regarding family programs and how to participate.