Alcohol abuse differs from alcoholism in that it does not include an extremely strong craving for alcohol, loss of control over drinking, or physical depen…
Alcohol abuse differs from alcoholism in that it does not include an extremely strong craving for alcohol, loss of control over drinking, or physical dependence. Alcohol abuse is defined as a pattern of drinking. Accepting the fact that help is needed for an alcohol problem may not be easy. But keep in mind that the sooner you get help, the better are your chances for a successful recovery.
The Intensive Outpatient Mental Treatment Program (IOP) is more intensive than traditional outpatient and is designed to achieve short-term stabilization and resolution of immediate problem areas. The patient and family are offered services by a team of professionals. The patient is enrolled in a time-limited program with other patients working on similar issues. The treatment team may include licensed therapists, nurses, program specialists, and a doctor.
Orange County ‘s Leading Intensive Outpatient (IOP) drug treatment and Orange County rehab program. Outpatient programs work well for men and women with a stable home environment and a support system in place that allows them to live at home and get drug rehab treatment during the days or at night.
The outpatient program is a close-knit group of people who meet with each other daily (during the day or evenings) to receive addiction education and participate in therapeutic processes. This allows a man or woman to live at home and still get the benefit of our 25 plus years of experience treating drug addiction and alcoholism.
Some components of the IOP program include:
Ø Alcohol / Drug Screening every 72 hours
Ø Individual and Group Therapy
Ø Assessment, Treatment and Aftercare Planning
Ø Access to all Facilities and Treatment Programs
Contact Sober Living by the Sea by calling 866.323.5609 to speak with our team of addictions and legal experts about arranging the appropriate outpatient rehab treatment program for you or your loved one.
We can start the process of verifying insurance coverage and perform an “over the phone” basic assessment when you place your first call to us. If you are more comfortable, you can just discuss confidentially your situation and history of drug use (or that of your loved one).