Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) in Las Vegas
Our Intensive Outpatient Program for Addiction in Las Vegas, NV
Unlike our inpatient rehab program in Las Vegas, which requires patients to live at the rehab facility, patients participating in an IOP live at home and attend treatment for a minimum of 6 hours per week spread out over several days.1 At Desert Hope Treatment Center, patients in the intensive outpatient program typically attend at least 3 days per week of treatment for 3 hours or more per day.
What is Intensive Outpatient Addiction Rehab?
Intensive outpatient programs (IOP) are therapeutic programs designed to treat substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health disorders. IOP programs aim to:1
- Identify and address psychosocial problems.
- Develop a strong support network.
- Assist patients in achieving abstinence.
- Encourage participation in community-based support networks.
- Foster coping strategies and problem-solving skills.
What to Expect in the IOP
Patients can expect a daily schedule full of different behavioral therapies (typically provided in group settings), psychoeducational sessions, and 12-step meetings that vary weekly.
Does Health Insurance Cover IOP for Addiction?
Yes, many health insurance plans cover some amount of IOP treatment. Due to federal mandates, insurance companies are required to provide addiction treatment services in their coverage.10 However, the extent of coverage depends on each individual plan.
A Full Continuum of Care
Medical detox at Desert Hope enables you to safely withdraw from substances under the 24-hour supervision of medical professionals.
In the residential treatment program, you'll reap the benefits of 24-hour support during rehab in a safe, comfortable, and structured environment.
Visit the facility multiple times a week for treatment in one of several outpatient program options provided at Desert Hope.
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