Women’s Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for Substance Use Disorder

The Women’s Substance Use Disorder Intensive Outpatient Program is a comprehensive treatment program for women with substance use disorders or substance dependence problems. This program is designed to treat women ages 25 and older that may be abusing prescription drugs, alcohol, marijuana, cocaine, heroin, amphetamines, opioids and other drugs. Substance Use Disorder IOP is recommended for women who do not need medically-supervised detox or who have completed detox (when necessary). IOP is designed to accommodate work and family life on a part-time, yet intensive schedule. Our specially trained Masters level addiction counselors are dedicated to meeting your individual needs using a client-centered, trauma informed and gender specific approach.

Treatment Process

  • An assessment is completed to establish the level of care needed and to develop a specialized treatment plan.
  • Participants will meet with their therapist at least once a week for individual therapy and to review progress in meeting treatment goals
  • Participants will have the option of participating in three (3) psycho-educational and group therapy sessions a week. The groups will focus on educating clients about addiction, recovery and relapse and includes life-skills trainings on women’s issues and trauma-related issues.
  • Medications will be reviewed and modified as needed by an attending psychiatrist.

 

To make a referral to Haven’s Women’s IOP, call 505-254-4587.

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