Our caring professionals recognize recovery is a complex journey, and individuals may face setbacks and relapses. Instead of judgment, we use harm reduction to offer support, understanding, and encouragement to continue making positive changes.
Our treatment modalities include medication assisted treatment, individual counseling, and group therapy to help individuals gain insight into the root causes of their substance abuse, develop regulation skills, and build a strong foundation for recovery. Medication-assisted treatment may be considered as part of the program, when appropriate, to manage withdrawal symptoms and cravings. In addition to addressing addiction, we recognize the importance of addressing any co-occurring mental health concerns. Our program is designed to provide integrated care for individuals with dual diagnoses, helping them heal both physically and emotionally.
We believe both recovery and harm reduction are essential components of comprehensive substance use treatment. While recovery focuses on long-term healing and growth, harm reduction helps individuals stay safer and healthier during their recovery journey. Combining these approaches can provide a balanced and compassionate approach to support individuals as they work towards achieving their goals and improving their overall well-being.
At PSG, we’re committed to helping individuals overcome substance use challenges and build the foundation for a healthier, brighter future. This sometimes means that people need services that are more intensive than once a week. Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) offers a structured and supportive environment for those on the path to recovery.
About Our IOP Program
Our Substance Use IOP Program is designed to provide comprehensive care for individuals seeking recovery from addiction. Here’s what you can expect:
- Structured Treatment: Our program offers structured group therapy sessions, individual counseling, and psychoeducation to address the complex nature of addiction.
- Flexible Scheduling: We understand the demands of daily life. Our IOP program offers flexible scheduling, allowing you to continue working or attending to other responsibilities while receiving treatment.
- Holistic Approach: We address not only the addiction itself but also the underlying factors contributing to substance use. We provide tools for emotional and physical well-being.
- Experienced Team: Our dedicated team of licensed professionals, including counselors, therapists, and addiction specialists, is here to support you on your journey.
Individualized Care: We recognize that each person’s path to recovery is unique. Our program is tailored to your specific needs and goals.
- Support and Accountability: You’ll be part of a supportive community where you can share your experiences, gain insight, and build accountability.
- Relapse Prevention: We equip you with strategies to prevent relapse and maintain long-term sobriety.
Who Can Benefit
Our Substance Use IOP Program is suitable for individuals who are:
- Struggling with substance use or addiction and seeking comprehensive treatment.
- Committed to recovery but require a flexible treatment schedule.
- Looking to build a supportive network and enhance their coping skills.
- In need of relapse prevention strategies and long-term support.
Take the First Step
Your journey to recovery begins with the first step. If you or someone you care about is ready to embark on the path to sobriety, PSG’s IOP program is here to provide guidance, support, and hope.
To learn more about our program or to start your recovery journey, please contact us!
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is a comprehensive approach to addiction recovery that combines FDA-approved medications with counseling and therapy. This combination has been proven to be highly effective in treating opioid addiction as well as alcohol and other stimulants.
Our MAT program offers medications such as Buprenorphine (Suboxone) and Naltrexone (Vivitrol) to help reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms. At the same time, our experienced therapists and counselors provide individual and group therapy to address the psychological aspects of addiction, support relapse prevention, and promote overall well-being. Our medical professionals monitor your progress and adjust the treatment plan as necessary to ensure your success.
MAT can be a lifeline for individuals who:
- Are struggling with opioid addiction, including prescription painkillers and heroin.
- Desire a safe and effective way to manage cravings and withdrawal symptoms.
- Seek a comprehensive approach that combines medication with therapy.
- Are ready to take control of their lives and work towards lasting recovery.
To learn more about our MAT program or to take the first step toward recovery, please contact us. We’re here to help you on your journey to a brighter, healthier future.
Substance use treatment is a structured program designed to help individuals overcome addiction and achieve sobriety. It provides a range of therapeutic and support services to address the physical, emotional, and psychological aspects of substance use disorders.
Our treatment program is designed to address a variety of substances, including alcohol, prescription drugs, illicit drugs, and other addictive substances.
The intake process involves a thorough evaluation of your substance use history, medical condition, and mental health. This assessment helps us determine the most appropriate treatment plan for your needs. If, during the assessment process we determine you may need to start with a higher level of care, your therapist or counselor will discuss those treatment options with you to determine the best approach to meet your individual needs.
Yes, we offer MAT for individuals struggling with opioid addiction. Our medical professionals can prescribe medications such as Suboxone or Vivotrol to help manage cravings and withdrawal symptoms.
The duration of treatment varies depending on individual progress and specific treatment needs. Some individuals may benefit from shorter-term treatment, while others may require longer-term care.
Yes, we provide aftercare and relapse prevention planning to support your transition to a sober and healthy life. Our goal is to help you maintain your recovery beyond the treatment program.