IOP – An Important Component of a Recovery Routine

Now that you are nearing the end of your inpatient treatment stay you are likely facing several important decisions. One of these will be whether or not to enroll in your treatment center’s next level of care, known as intensive outpatient. At Evolutions, we strongly encourage our clients to take advantage of our IOP program, as it enables you to stay connected to your therapist as well as the friends you have made while in residential treatment. Enrollment in IOP should certainly be a priority for you, as it will go a long way towards ensuring your successful achievement of stability in your sobriety.



The connections you make with your fellow addicts in residential treatment often develop into sober supports after you complete treatment and return to society. Attending intensive outpatient furthers your connection to those fellow addicts in early recovery, as you will continue group therapy sessions with your fellow recovery warriors. You will also retain access to your therapist, and will have weekly one-on-one sessions with them so you may continue your work on those underlying psychological and emotional issues which contributed to your addiction. IOP is a great opportunity for you to continue the work y