Outpatient Treatment Solutions

Active Recovery provides two distinct intensive outpatient programs to accommodate different schedules. The day IOP program runs on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 am to 12 pm, while our evening IOP operates from 6 pm to 9 pm on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. These flexible options cater to individuals seeking comprehensive treatment without costly inpatient rehab. We understand that not everyone requires or can afford an intensive, inpatient rehabilitation experience.

Our approach goes beyond the conventional classroom and office settings typically associated with addiction treatment. Instead, we believe in offering a more holistic experience by immersing individuals in real-world situations. While adhering to the core principles of traditional 12-step programs, our programs incorporate a range of techniques to address the diverse needs of our clients. By integrating these varied approaches, we strive to provide a comprehensive and effective outpatient program that supports long-term recovery.

Our Process

“Recovery is a journey best traveled together, where support, understanding, and shared experiences illuminate the path to healing and transformation.”

Treating Drug Addiction for Today’s World

In the past, drug treatment has typically been limited to a simple approach, such as a 12-step program. While many recovering addicts have found success with programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Narcotics Anonymous (NA), etc., we know that willpower alone is not enough for most individuals fighting a drug problem today.

At Active Recovery, our intensive outpatient program recognizes the need for using a multi-faceted approach.

We combine proven modalities—cognitive behavioral therapy, experiential therapies, exercise, 12-step principles, etc.—to help our clients get clean and stay clean. In addition to providing access to traditional counseling or therapy, we introduce clients to local members of their community who can act as mentors or sponsors. This ensures that you never have to face your battle for sobriety alone.

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