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Alignright Size Medium Wp Image 1023What are Boise Intensive Outpatient Treatment Programs?

Intensive outpatient programs are available for you if you live in the Boise area. We understand that you may be scared and confused about your addiction. So many people are facing the same struggles in their own lives. The good news is that you don’t have to go through this by yourself. You can get the help you need to recover.

Most people tend to think of inpatient programs when they consider getting help for their addictions. However, the fact is that this type of care isn’t appropriate or even feasible for everyone who needs to get professional help. This is why, here at Ashwood Recovery, we offer intensive outpatient treatment.

Whether you’ve been an addict for most of your adult life, or this is all very new to you. Now is the best time to seek treatment. Today’s options are very flexible, and it’s easy for you to obtain the type of rehab you need.

If you’ve never been to a rehab before, you may feel somewhat in the dark. You’re not sure what you should be looking for, or how to know you’ve chosen the right facility. This is a common concern, and we’d like to take a moment and address it with you.

Not every outpatient rehab or IOP is the same. They may appear to be similar, but there are actually a lot of differences. You deserve the highest quality care available. That means there are certain characteristics that you should be looking for. These include:

Accreditation through The Joint Commission. Only the best addiction treatment programs receive this, and it means the quality of care is very high.

Individual treatment plans. Your addiction is not the same as what someone else is going through, and vice versa. You need to have a treatment plan that is expressly geared toward your specific needs.

A high staff to patient ratio. It won’t be beneficial for you if you don’t have a lot of time with staff members. You need to feel like an individual, and not like a number. It will serve you well to choose a facility that aims to keep its client roster low.

A strong dedication to excellence in treating addiction. Find out if the program you’re considering is using the most up-to-date treatment methods. If they are, you are most likely going to be in good hands.

A commitment to treating co-occurring disorders. Any drug or alcohol addiction isn’t cut and dry. These are complicated and complex conditions that often involve other issues. Many people with substance abuse problems also suffer from co-occurring disorders. If you do, you need to know that it will be treated.

A promise to provide you with adequate continuing care or referrals. Your recovery isn’t over just because your outpatient program has been completed. You will need to continue to get assistance. This might mean going to AA or NA meetings. Or, it might mean following up with a therapist. Regardless, the staff should help you put a plan into place.