Evening IOP Addiction Treatment

Evening IOP addiction treatment or evening intensive outpatient program is often the next step after a successful rehabilitation for drug or alcohol addiction.

Once you have made it through your detox, withdrawal symptoms, managed cravings, and completed a rigorous residential program, you may feel that your balance has been restored and your rhythm is established.

However, upon returning home and facing old situations, temptations, and triggers can also make you feel vulnerable.

Healthy, full, and long-term recovery often requires continued treatment and support.

This is where evening IOP addiction treatment comes in.

Medicaid Accepted for Intensive Outpatient Program


What can be Addressed in Evening IOP Addiction Treatment

Evening IOP addiction treatment programs can be used to treat a wide variety of addictions and underlying mental health concerns.

In addition to marijuana and alcohol, prescription medications are also very common addictions.

These often include opioids, stimulants, central nervous system depressants, and over the counter medications, as well.

There is a wide variety of possible addictions, especially since some frequently occur together, and evening intensive outpatient addiction treatment programs are designed with this in mind.

Immediate Placement in Evening IOP Rehab


Drugs and Alcohol are not the Only Addictions we Address

However, drugs and alcohol are not the only addictions we address.

Gambling addictions and eating disorders can be overcome in these settings, as well.

Additionally, many patients seeking drug or alcohol addiction rehab treatment are suffering from an underlying mental health condition, too.

This is called a dual diagnosis and it commonly involves the presence of one or more of the following conditions co-existing with your addiction:

  • Mood disorders
  • Anxiety or depression
  • Schizophrenia
  • Personality disorders

Evening intensive outpatient program addiction treatments involve comprehensive, holistic, and proven treatment methods that can effectively address each of these issues and more.

When you attend an intensive outpatient program, the goal is to overcome and eliminate all barriers so that you are not just treating your addiction while leaving other conditions or issues intact to worsen your addiction again later.

Addiction recovery must be well-rounded to improve your mental and physical health and make it easier to maintain long-term recovery.


The Benefits of Evening IOP Addiction Treatment

One of the biggest benefits of attending an evening IOP addiction treatment program is the flexibility and independence it provides.

You can receive the care that you need without spending all day and night in a residential treatment center.

This way, you can continue to work, go to school, or attend to family responsibilities while you are attending rehab sessions, therapies, and meetings at our facility during the week.

Evening IOP Addiction Treatment - 4 patients and a therapist after work and school to have their group meeting for their evening IOP addiction Treatment. This schedule allows them to return to normal work and school and still get treatment before heading home for the night.

Evening IOP addiction treatments typically come at the end of an inpatient residential stay so you feel comfortable and confident with accessible support that is a bit less structured.

Here, you will strike a perfect balance between structured, 24-hour treatment and a completely independent life. In effective management of any addiction, timing is important, and the longer you remain in treatment, the better your chances of lasting recovery become.

Increased support, especially early after you complete an inpatient program, will give you the confidence and strength you need to continue defeating your addictions.

Intensive outpatient programs come with a wide variety of useful services that can be accessed during weekday evenings or on the weekends. In the evening IOP addiction treatment we offer at Emerald Isle, you will benefit from:

  • Access to medical services at least once per week
  • Medications to assist your treatment and control cravings, if you are an appropriate candidate – this will be determined on a case by case basis
  • Prescription medication management and guidance
  • Individual therapy sessions that will help you identify, understand, and overcome the root causes of your addiction
  • Group therapy sessions where you have access to an understanding and sympathetic audience to swap stories and work through issues with
  • Family therapy sessions that allow you to have meaningful conversations and heal wounded relationships in an understanding and forgiving setting
  • Relapse prevention programs
  • Restorative activity sessions like exercise classes, yoga and meditation, and aerobics


Why we Need Evening IOP Addiction Treatment

Traditional outpatient programs are also available for patients with less severe addictions who are not at as high a risk of relapsing.

However, the move from inpatient care right to outpatient care can leave you feeling in need of something more. This is the precise scenario that evening intensive outpatient addiction treatment was created for.

You will have additional treatment options, spend more time in the facility each week, and benefit from more structure in an IOP program than you would in a traditional outpatient one.

Once you feel comfortable, you can transition to outpatient care next.

Evening IOP Addiction Treatment - several adults meet for the group meeting at the evening IOP addiction treatment session. This allows them to go to work each day then after work come to the rehab center for treatment before going home for the night.


Evening IOP Addiction Treatment Timelines

Evening IOP addiction treatment typically requires a commitment of about 9 to 20 hours per week.

During this time, you will participate in therapies, recreational activities, support groups, and other recovery programs. Most patients will live in a sober living environment or with a family member for this stage of their recovery.

Others who feel physically and emotionally ready and have a strong support system may choose to live at home or alone instead.


Paying for Evening IOP Addiction Treatment

First and foremost, we like to let our patients know that we accept Medicaid. We are one of the few addiction centers that accepts Medicaid.

Additionally, we accept most major insurance providers. Addiction is a disease and we have spent years fighting to get our patients the care they need.

As such, we are thrilled with the changes in health insurance laws and policies that have recognized the need to support addiction treatment programs.

If you are unsure of your coverage, please call our addiction specialists today. With a bit more information, they can perform a fast, easy, and free insurance verification for you.

This is also a great time to request more information about our proven treatment programs and to ask any questions you have about the process. Patients who have no health insurance or minimal coverage should inquire about alternative payment options like payment plans.

Additionally, during this call, you can start providing answers to your admissions questionnaire.

This will involve questions regarding the details of your addiction, mental health, general health, and family history, which will help us determine the best care plan for your unique needs and addictions.

Free Insurance Verification for Evening IOP Treatment


Evening IOP at Emerald Isle

Arizona is a wonderful and scenic place to restore balance to your physical and mental health, overcome barriers, find peace, and achieve lasting recovery.

From detox to aftercare services, we aim to cover a wide range of services so that each patient is seen, heard, and helped.

With locations in beautiful Sun City and Surprise, Emerald Isle is here to help with all of your addiction recovery needs.

Our approach to addiction is a patient-focused and holistic one. Over the years, we have found that this allows us to provide the most customized and effective care to each patient we meet.

We struggle together, we health together, and we succeed together. Come find health and recovery today.