Program for Substance Use Disorder
Balance Life While Getting the Help You Need
At DiscoveryMD, we understand that not everyone needs critical care to treat a substance use disorder (SUD). On the other hand, some people may need more support than a regular outpatient program can provide. You may still run a household, have a job to maintain, are going back to school — whatever it is, you are compelled to tend to certain things but know that you owe it to yourself to get help. With intensive outpatient programming (IOP), you can strike a balance by getting in-depth behavioral health care and still maintain everyday obligations. And at DiscoveryMD, our SUD IOP is held in-person and online, creating convenient access to care.
Find Expert Help with SUD IOP at DiscoveryMD
As a leading provider of substance use disorder services, we use evidence-based treatment that is carried out by a supportive staff of psychiatrists, ARNPs, psychologists and certified counselors. Here’s why you should consider IOP at DiscoveryMD:
- Attend in-person or online meetings.
- Gain valuable life skills and coping strategies.
- Find support in a group of your peers (program serves adults 18 and older).
- Uncover root causes of the substance use disorder through process exercises.
At a Glance: What to Expect at SUD IOP
Take a look at what a typical schedule is like when you attend our SUD IOP at DiscoveryMD:
- 2 p.m. Commitments
- 2:15 p.m. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) or acceptance & commitment therapy (ACT) skills
- 3 p.m. Topic discussion
- 4 p.m. Life strategies
- 4:45 p.m. Commitments
Our online sessions will meet Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays each week.
Programming, hours and days vary by locations. In many instances, convenient evening-hour programs are available.