Intensive Outpatient Program for Addiction Treatment
What Is Intensive Outpatient Rehab?
An intensive outpatient rehab program is a more flexible, less structured level of addiction treatment than inpatient rehab or residential treatment. Sometimes called an IOP (intensive outpatient program) or IOT (intensive outpatient treatment), this form of addiction rehab allows participants to live at home and continue to work or fulfill other obligations while attending treatments at a facility during the day or evening.1, 2
Average Weekly Schedule for IOP at Recovery First
How Much Do Intensive Outpatient Rehab Programs Cost?
The cost of an intensive outpatient program in near Miami varies greatly, depending on the location of the rehab facility, extent of treatment required, and payment method.
Why Choose Recovery First for IOP?
Because of its smaller size and limited capacity, Recovery First in Hollywood, FL offers client-centered addiction treatment in a supportive, welcoming environment. Here, you are family.
Flexible, Low-Stress Addiction Care
Our Hollywood, Florida, location has 20 beds dedicated to medical detox. For many, this is critical first step on the path to sobriety and helps a person prepare to enter more intensive rehab.
Our PHP is a full-time day treatment program that offers a “step-up” from intensive outpatient or “step-down” from inpatient or residential rehab. PHP may be a good fit for someone in the early to middle stage of recovery.
Inpatient or residential rehab offers around-the-clock care for those who need it most. Patients receive 24/7 support in a safe and sober environment.
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