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Intensive Outpatient Program

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The intensive outpatient program at 7 Summit Pathways in Tampa, Florida provides our patients with the structure and support they need to live a healthy, sober life. This can be a challenging and even scary time for many patients, but we show the same commitment regarding our IOP program that we do when patients receive treatment inside our facility.

If you’re looking for an intensive outpatient program in Tampa, contact us today at 813.212.7149 to learn more about what we offer in one of our most effective treatment programs.

Intensive Outpatient Program Schedule Options

We understand that career and family obligations can vary, so we offer two IOP program schedule options:

Morning IOP Program

Five days a week – Monday through Friday
9 a.m.-12 p.m.

Evening IOP Program

Three evenings a week – Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday
6 p.m.-9 p.m.

For schedule flexibility, we also offer an option on Saturday 10 a.m.-1 p.m. to replace any of the above days.

What Is Outpatient Rehabilitation?

Typically, an intensive outpatient rehabilitation program is designed for people who have already finished a residential program. There are, however, some cases where a patient can immediately go into an IOP rehab program. We will have a thorough, detailed conversation with you so that you make the best possible choice.

Like our residential programs, our IOP is based on the seven dimensions of wellness. These include:

  1. Physical wellness
  2. Emotional wellness
  3. Social wellness
  4. Spiritual wellness
  5. Environmental wellness
  6. Occupational wellness
  7. Intellectual wellness

Is an Intensive Outpatient Treatment for Substance Abuse Right for You?

We know it’s not enough for a patient to stop using a drug. You have probably gone through the detoxification process and behavioral therapy, but these are typically insufficient to bring about a true recovery. The most effective way to completely heal is a balanced, comprehensive approach.

You’ll find precisely that in our intensive outpatient program for substance abuse. We will help you identify the causes of your substance use disorder and work with you to help you explore the paths to healing. Many people find that being able to talk about their substance use disorder is exceptionally therapeutic, both to their individual counselors as well as other members of their group sessions.

How Our Intensive Outpatient Rehab Program for Substance Abuse Works

An intensive outpatient program is relatively similar for those with a substance use disorder. In most instances, patients attend classes multiple times per week, each lasting about three hours. These groups will usually meet for four to six weeks, but meeting times are designed to be flexible enough to accommodate work, school, and family schedules. Here are just a few components of the typical intensive outpatient program.
  • Family sessions – Since substance use disorders affect not only the addict but also their entire family, we provide family sessions to help educate your loved ones on what you’re going through.
  • Group sessions – Group counseling helps you build trust in your peers and compassion. It shows you that you’re not alone and that others are going through the same thing.
  • Relapse prevention – We help provide the tools you’ll need to identify the signs of a potential relapse. We’ll also show you the coping skills necessary to help keep a relapse from occurring.

Start Your Journey at 7 Summit Pathways in Tampa, Florida

We know how challenging substance use disorders can be, and we also know how to provide our patients with the treatment that can help them return to a healthy, happy life. If you want to learn more about how you can benefit from an intensive outpatient program in Tampa, contact 7 Summit Pathways treatment and recovery center online or call us at 813.212.7149. The journey to the summit begins with the first step.