Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) 

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is the heart of addiction treatment. It consists of individual therapy, group therapy, and medical support, that are all designed to treat the disease of addiction,  help the individual understand the nature of their disease, and empower them to build a life of sobriety after treatment.  Generally, IOP begins with multiple therapy sessions every week, and gradually reduces in frequency as the individual progresses.  IOP is the program that is appropriate for anyone who has already detoxed, or does not need detox, and who has a stable living situation. 

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Outpatient Program (OP) 

Outpatient Program (OP) follows the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). It consists of therapy once a week along with medical support.  It continues the treatment, healing, and educational processes, and further solidifies the individual's sober support structure. OP is appropriate for anyone who has completed, or graduated from, IOP.  In this sense, OP helps ensure the long-term success of the individual by serving as ongoing treatment, albeit on a limited basis, before the individual relies on their own sober network.  In some treatment models, OP is known as "continuing care." 

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DUI Education Program 

The DUI Education Program is separate from the IOP and OP programs.  It is appropriate for new drivers, students, and anyone who has received a charge of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or driving while intoxicated.  The DUI Education Program entails a comprehensive assessment and weekly classes of two-hours in which participants learn about the dangers of driving while impaired, addiction, and treatment.  The clinical staff will provide reports to parents, guardians, lawyers, and judges, as appropriate.  The clinical assessment may include a referral to IOP or OP, depending on the needs of the patient.  

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Services

Second Chance Addiction Care offers several levels of treatment.  The starting point for determining the appropriate option is a comprehensive assessment, conducted by our experienced professionals, of each person's needs and risks. That assessment will form the foundation for a treatment plan that has clinical, medical, and other critical components.  The goal of our program is to launch each person onto their personal path to health and recovery.