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In certain situations, patients may benefit from a step down in the intensity of services they receive. When patients have completed a full residential rehab or detox treatment program, or when residential treatment is not an option due to lack of insurance coverage or other circumstances, our outpatient programs can provide the support and resources they need.

Our Intensive Outpatient (IOP) and Outpatient programs include both group and individual therapy as well as dedicated case management. Rather than stay on-site at our facility as in the case of residential treatment, outpatient clients receive services at the We Are H.O.P.E Recovery Solutions facility but live at home or in sober living as they transition back into their day-to-day routines.

What is Outpatient Treatment?

Who Benefits from Outpatient Treatment?

The levels of care in our outpatient programs range from Intensive Outpatient (IOP) Treatment programs, to the less intensive Outpatient Addiction Treatment. Generally speaking, a client is a candidate for outpatient treatment if they qualify for a step down in the intensity of services provided.


For example, if a client has successfully completed a residential rehab or detox program, they may still need support as they transition back into society, but they no longer require the complete gamut of residential services. They may have returned home only to find that life after the safe confines of residential addiction treatment is more challenging than they expected — and their after-care treatment plan isn’t adequately quelling their fears of relapse.


It’s critical in these cases that clients are paired with an appropriate outpatient treatment plan that includes group therapy, case management, one-on-one support, and the individualized treatment plans offered by our master’s level therapists at We Are H.O.P.E Recovery Solutions.


Do any of the following scenarios sound familiar?

  • You attended residential treatment somewhere, and you’re concerned about relapse.

  • You recently experienced a short relapse and need some fine-tuning, but not necessarily the highest level of care in residential treatment.

  • You entered a detox program, but your insurance will not cover residential treatment.

  • You have co-occurring issues such as depression, anxiety, PTSD or other mental health disorders.


If you nodded your head in agreement to one or more of the above, then you may be a good candidate for outpatient treatment. 


Our outpatient programs address co-occurring disorders alongside addiction treatment, including mental health issues such as depression, anxiety and PTSD. However, unlike with inpatient treatment, outpatient clients are able to receive treatment while still living at home and, depending on the individual situation, attending school or going to work.

If you think outpatient treatment may be a good fit for you, get in touch with our facility to discuss your personal situation and find the best solution for your needs.

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