Recovery goes beyond the initial phase of getting clean. Although we encourage clients to spend as much time in our residential program as needed, closely supervised in-house care eventually comes to an end. We help all clients with this transition by creating a thorough action plan before discharge. The first step is to build a safe, healthy, and sober environment where clients can resume their lives outside our walls.
New Start Recovery recommends that clients take advantage of our IOP (intensive outpatient program) while residing in one of our sober living homes. Our intensive outpatient center can serve as either a means to transition to regular life post-treatment or as a buttress for those who have recently relapsed to get back on track.
What to Expect from Our Intensive Outpatient Center
At New Start Recovery, we understand that recovery is ongoing because addiction is a chronic disease. A new clean and sober lifestyle will only stick if you continue working on recovery after discharge.
IOP is the ideal next step after residential care. Clients live offsite in this outpatient phase of recovery and go to their IOP treatment center for group and occasional individual therapy. The structure of these programs varies greatly. New Start Recovery’s IOP offers a 90-day structure built with three-tiered 30-day phases.
How Our IOP Tiers Function
- Budgeting assistance
- Academic or occupational success
- Sobriety mentorship
- Time management
- Medication management
- Coping skills
- Crisis management
- Emotional regulation
- Be exposed to the WRAP and Matric models of therapy
Discover the Addiction Treatment Necessary at New Start Recovery
- Drug and alcohol detox
- Residential treatment
- Partial hospitalization program
- Sober living
- Alumni program