Intensive Outpatient Programs for Addiction Recovery

Changing Tides is an addiction treatment center in North Carolina, priding itself on our various substance abuse treatment programs. Intensive Outpatient Treatment also known as IOP rehab, is a great addiction treatment service offered for those with a schedule, daily responsibilities and whose addiction isn’t too severe.

Our Intensive Outpatient Program is a structured and comprehensive program that supports our clients in their sobriety and recovery.

Instead of attending a Sober Living after Day Treatment/ PHP(Partial Hospitalization Programs) treatment, our Intensive Outpatient Program in North Carolina is known as a step-down within their treatment plans for substance abuse. Typically a sober living treatment facility lacks clinical support, but at Changing Tides in North Carolina, we provide the continued support that is vital to our client’s mental health and recovery.

Outpatient Drug Rehab

Struggling with addiction? Contact us today at 252-596-0584 or visit our admissions page to learn more about getting started.

What Makes Our IOP Different?!

Our IOP Program at our rehab center is structured so that clients attend group therapy 5 days a week for 3 hours a day. When not in the specialized programs of IOP, which include group, individual therapy, family therapy, psychoeducational and experiential groups, clients will be working on assignments for long-term recovery, getting back in the workforce and attending meetings.

Our IOP treatment program is when we see our clients putting to work what they have learned during Day Treatment/ PHP Programming and living their newly restored life outside. Our IOP is set up to help those in North Carolina with relapse prevention and teaches coping skills and tools to avoid triggers and combat substance use and drug use.

Please note that all of our clients regardless of what treatment options they are seeking or the program they are in must stay on-site in our lodging portion of our program.

We feel that this gives our clients the best opportunity at continued abstinence and sobriety while in our outpatient services program. This also provides clients with monitoring and accountability throughout the entirety of the recovery services program.

We understand that coming from your home to a treatment provider and then returning home is very difficult, many people relapse doing this. We have seen that removing the person from their living environment while seeking services gives them a much better opportunity at staying sober and beginning their recovery.

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General Outpatient Program Details

Once IOP is complete, an additional level of care is available at our treatment center. Our Outpatient Program (OP) is utilized to treat clients at the least restrictive level to help clients solidify the growth in their recovery they have already achieved. At this level of care, clients can maintain their recovery and sobriety in North Carolina.

We encourage our clients to have an appropriate job (one that supports recovery), be enrolled in the community college or volunteer. It is important for individuals to become productive members of society and enhance their recovery confidence and recovery network. We also ensure that our clients in our Outpatient Program have the structure and monitoring that is essential to thriving in early substance use recovery.

We aid clients in North Carolina with making the necessary changes to their lives to grow within their own recovery. In our OP Program, clients will attend treatment 3 days a week for 1 hour per day. Clients will be expected to participate in group, individual and family therapy, psychoeducational and experiential groups and AA/NA Meetings.

We provide effective outpatient treatment options in North Carolina to these areas and more: Fayetteville, Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Durham, Charlotte, Asheville, Blue Ridge, Wilmington & Raleigh, Kill Devil Hills, Nags Head, Harbinger, Corolla, Elizabeth City, Manteo, Currituck, and Camden.