Compassionate Quality Care Serving Colorado Since 2010
What Does IOP Stand For?
Is IOP Covered By My Insurance?
What Are The Dates and Times of the Program?
How Do I Start The Process For Admission?
We commonly address the following conditions:
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
Acute Stress Disorder
Combat Operational Stress
Military Sexual Trauma
Substance abuse disorders
We commonly address the following conditions cont…
Dual-diagnosis (co-occurring psychological condition and substance abuse)
Grief and loss
About the Practice
Our Military/Veteran & First Responder Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) offers treatment options that are tailored to each service member/Veteran’s or First Responder’s specific needs and preferences. It is specifically geared for people who routinely face trauma, physical and mental stress, and life-threatening situations.
An initial session for assessment and evaluation is 90 minutes.
During this time, we will review the difficulties you are experiencing and will begin to develop a complete a treatment plan with you. The plan may additionally include referrals to practitioners of different modes of remedy such as individual, group or family therapy.
What should I do next?
Tell us your problem and we’ll take it from there.
Call us today or click on our contact page link and we will be with as soon as possible with helpful guidance and direction.
The team at A New Outlook Recovery Services are trained to give you honest, friendly and expert advice.
They are all clinically trained and they are used to hearing what people are struggling with. Whatever problem you may be
facing, you can discuss it with them and they will do their best to help you find the way to move forwards.
What to Expect in IOP
Learning what to expect in IOP is one of the first steps in deciding if this level of care is right for you. A New Outlook Recovery Services IOP offers several different services to help people achieve abstinence and improve coping skills, including:
- Group therapy
- Individual therapy
- Family therapy
- Treatment for co-occurring disorders
- Recovery Enhancement Strategies
- 12-Step facilitation
- Peer-to-peer support
On your first day of IOP, you’ll be presented with several treatment possibilities, and meet peers who are also striving toward recovery. These and many more treatment approaches work together to help people build the knowledge, skills, and support necessary to achieve abstinence and improve coping skills and start their path in recovery.
Treatment days are typically three hours long, with a break every hour. After treatment is over, you return home to practice the skills you’ve learned until heading back for the next treatment day. We offer a FREE aftercare program for a lifetime, once successfully completing the IOP program.
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Serving Littleton/South Park, Highlands Ranch, Lakewood, Castle Rock, Lone Tree, Centennial, Parker and Denver.