Levels of Care
Outpatient therapy is available in three levels of care, ranging from basic therapy to partial hospitalization programs. The levels of outpatient care available include:
Outpatient therapy. The basic outpatient therapy is an excellent continuing care option for individuals in early recovery following residential treatment, or as a step down from an intensive outpatient program (IOP). Clients benefit from having regular 90-minute therapy sessions, either individual and/or group sessions, that provide helpful guidance and psychological support.
Intensive Outpatient Programming. An IOP is an excellent outpatient treatment for individuals with a mild to moderate substance use or mental wellness disorder, or as a step down from a partial hospitalization program (PHP). The IOP will include a weekly schedule of approximately 9-15 hours of therapy per week, including individual and group sessions.
Partial Hospitalization Programming. The PHP represents the highest level of care for outpatient programming. This level is best for individuals with a moderate to severe substance use or mental wellness disorder, and includes approximately 30 hours per week of programming, including individual and group therapy, as well as life skills, relapse prevention planning, and other adjunctive therapies.