Adjusting back to your everyday life after an addiction treatment program can be challenging and uncomfortable. But a transition period in between can make your return easier to handle.
At The Raleigh House, we offer an intensive outpatient program (IOP) designed to help you continue treatment as you slowly return back to normal life.
We offer different levels of outpatient treatment depending on the type of care you require. Our IOP therapy program is part of our continuum of care after residential treatment, or you can enter into outpatient treatment directly if deemed appropriate.
Learn more about intensive outpatient treatment below or contact us now to help you or your loved one get the treatment they need.
Our goal is to match you with the right form of treatment. Whether you’re coming from residential treatment or entering directly into outpatient, our team can help you determine the right level of care for your specific situation and needs.
This level of care includes 5 days a week of outpatient treatment and housing at one of our outpatient residences. Your weekly treatment includes therapy sessions from 9am – 2:30pm, followed by time at the gym and additional support meetings. On the weekends, you’ll have the opportunity to see your family and participate in extracurricular activities with your housemates.
This level of care includes the same 5 days a week of treatment. The only difference is you’ll live at home instead of staying in one of our outpatient residences. This type of treatment is ideal for mothers with families they need to take care of, or individuals who are capable of living at home again without feeling immediately tempted to relapse.
Our nighttime outpatient treatment program includes 9 hours a week of group therapy. This level of care is ideal for families, people with full-time jobs, if you’re stepping down from treatment or struggling with a minor addiction that hasn’t disturbed the rest of your life. Our team can help determine if nighttime outpatient treatment is right for you.
If part of the 5-day intensive outpatient treatment program, each day will begin at 9am with a meditation and mindfulness group session to help you prepare your mind and body for rehab. You’ll then spend two hours from 10am-12pm in process groups. This is where you’ll meet with different therapists to cover topics like substance abuse, trauma and family therapy.
After an hour break for lunch, you’ll spend 1pm – 2:30pm participating in art therapy, nutrition education and other group therapy sessions. During the rest of your afternoon, you’ll have the chance to unwind and exercise at the gym and attend Alcoholics Anonymous or other support groups in the area.
On weekends, you’ll come out to The Ranch to spend time with others who are recovering from addiction. With a barbeque, bonfires, volleyball games and socializing, this is a fun and relaxed environment for you to make connections and have a good time without drugs or alcohol.
Throughout your time in outpatient treatment at our facility in Denver, you’ll receive more and more independence to help you ease back into everyday life. You’ll get to go to the movies with housemates, return home to see family and take care of household responsibilities, go to the grocery store to purchase your own food, apply for or begin returning to work, and much more.
To learn more about what to expect during outpatient treatment at The Raleigh House, read our blog post on the topic.
Our experienced clinical team can help you create a customized path to recovery with the various evidence-based and holistic therapies we provide. You can expect the following therapeutic services during your time in outpatient treatment:
Our multidisciplinary team understands that it’s critical to have a strong support system while going through the healing process. At The Raleigh House, you’ll receive peer and alumni support, and can attend on-site AA (Alcoholics Anonymous), CA (Cocaine Anonymous) and NA (Narcotics Anonymous) meetings. Additionally, we provide family education and support so your loved ones can also learn about addiction and heal alongside you.
To provide you with the best care possible, our team also provides an array of medical services, including drug and alcohol monitoring, PRN neurotransmitter and genetic testing, medication management and medical/psychiatric screening and assessments.
Our intensive outpatient program is available to individuals seeking mental health treatment with or without an addiction. We have been designated a mental health specialty clinic by the Colorado Office of Behavioral Health, indicating that we meet all state standards for the delivery of quality mental health care to adults ages 18 and over.
From anxiety and panic to depression and PTSD, we treat a variety of mental health conditions that frequently co-occur with substance addictions.
If you or a loved one is suffering from an addiction and/or a mental health disorder, contact us to learn more about our outpatient treatment and how you can get started on the path to recovery today.Call Now: 720-891-4657