Outpatient Services

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Intensive Outpatient Rehabilitation (IOP)

Our Intensive Outpatient Rehab treatment program is a beacon of hope, offering 9 to 19 hours of structured programming each week, meticulously tailored to each patient’s journey towards recovery.

Embracing the philosophy of Lighthouse Behavioral Health Solutions, we believe in nurturing the potential within each individual. Our program begins with a comprehensive step-down approach, starting at 5 days per week, then transitioning to 4, and finally 3 days. The essence of our Intensive Outpatient Alcohol Rehab and Drug Rehab is to empower individuals with early-stage relapse management skills, robust psychosocial support, and personalized care addressing unique symptoms and needs.

Key topics covered include emotion regulation, anger management, coping with stress and boredom, establishing healthy boundaries, fostering healthy friendships/relationships, understanding the dangers of relapse, recognizing triggers, and mastering effective communication. The development of these vital coping skills is crucial for our patients to sustain their recovery journey post the intensive outpatient rehabilitation treatment.

Outpatient Rehab Services

SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER AND/OR
OUTPATIENT MENTAL HEALTH (OP)

Lighthouse’s Outpatient Program is a testament to our commitment to ongoing recovery and change. Tailored for patients progressing beyond the intensive stages of 5, 4, and 3 day IOP, this program also welcomes those in stable conditions but benefiting from continuous monitoring. Our Outpatient Drug Rehab and Alcohol Rehab services include:

Outpatient Services Include:

Embracing Whole-Person Wellness in Outpatient Rehab Care

By embracing the whole person and fostering a strong sense of self, our OP program aids patients in achieving significant changes in their substance use and mental health symptoms. This approach enables them to manage daily life tasks in a healthy, fulfilling manner.

Testimonials

“I’ve tried 6 other treatment programs. This is the first one that I have been successful in. I think it’s because they gave me a community that wouldn’t let me fall. Before I came here I was living under a bridge. Today I live in a beautiful home and have a family of my choosing. ”