Intensive Outpatient Program - IOP in Denver, CO
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When a friend or a family member suffers from drug abuse or alcohol dependency, it’s important to find therapeutic care as soon as possible.
It is also critical to establish the extent of the addiction to determine the kind of treatment facility that will offer effective treatment.
While in-patient care is common for a person struggling with a substance use disorder, some only need little support to regain control — intensive outpatient programs can help. Magnolia Medical Group offers outpatient programs for patients who want to get over their addiction.
This article explains why an intense outpatient facility, or IOP, in Denver, can be the right option for your or your loved one’s condition.
Why Choose an IOP Over Residential Treatment?
Residential treatment is an essential element of care if you or your loved one needs help to overcome addiction. Unfortunately, residential treatment can be challenging for many people, even when their health is in balance.
While in-patient care is an effective option for people with severe drug abuse or alcohol dependency symptoms, they are not always options for many people. People with families to provide for may not fit in a full-time care program. They need time to take care of their daily activities while in the program.
IOPs provide an essential substitute for residential care. They allow patients to attend care programs while continuing with their daily activities. IOPs also enable patients to get extra support from family members. Establishing control against triggers in a less restricted IOP program can be an efficient method for patients to regain control over their drugs and alcohol dependencies.
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Although not the primary form of treatment in an outpatient program, individual therapy is available in an IOP program.
Individual therapy provides space to openly discuss personal issues if you or your loved one is uncomfortable expressing themselves in a group setting. Individual therapy focuses on critical problems resulting from patients’ substance dependence and their effort to overcome the substance. Individual therapy complements elements covered in group therapy and allows patients to practice control at a personal level.
Group therapy is considered effective as individual therapy in treating drug and alcohol dependency. Various facilities have different group arrangements and compositions for successful recovery. While some programs group patients based on gender, sexual orientation, and predisposition elements, others focus on the number of patients per group. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration (SAMHSA) and effective group, therapy consists of 8-15 members. However, many private facilities feature smaller groups to improve individual focus on treatment.
What We Treat at Magnolia Medical Group in Denver
Many people suffering from alcohol addiction are dependent on other substances. A specialized program may not offer an effective solution to such patients. If you or your loved one has an addiction to more than one substance, it is important to attend a facility that treats dependence on various substances.
At Magnolia Medical Group, we understand the need to provide treatment for various addiction types. We provide intensive outpatient treatment for various addictions, including:
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Buprenorphine: Suboxone, Sublocade, Zubsolv, and Subutex for treating opioid addiction
- Naltrexone: Vivitrol for treating alcohol dependency
Antabuse: to treat alcohol addiction
Get Help for Addiction Today in Denver, CO
If you or your loved one is struggling with substance or alcohol addiction, it is important to get help before the problem worsens. At Magnolia Medical Group in Denver, CO, we provide individual-centered intensive outpatient treatment to allow fast and effective healing. In addition, our outpatient program allows patients to have family support during sessions.
We are accepting new patients. Treatment can be started in-person or through Telemedicine.