One of the things that makes The Source Treatment Center the best treatment facility in Fort Lauderdale is the fact that we offer a variety of recovery options to clients from all over the country. Not only do we offer recovery care to Fort Lauderdale natives, but we can also assist residents of Indianapolis who are looking to make a definitive change in their life. 

From the moment that you reach out to The Source Treatment Center, our team works quickly to set you up with a plan that will address the different aspects of your addiction. For many people that work or go to school, it’s impossible for them to commit to an inpatient program. As a result, they decide to take advantage of our intensive outpatient program which provides our clients with more flexibility so that they can still receive the help that they need without jeopardizing their personal or professional responsibilities.

If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call The Source today.  Our treatment specialists are available 24/7 to discuss your options and help you find the perfect solution (800) 204-0418.

What to Expect During Intensive Outpatient Rehab

The focus of your intensive outpatient program will be to determine the root cause of your addiction. Trauma is usually the trigger of the root cause of your addiction which is why, when you come to The Source, we will help you to determine the event or events in your life that led to your addiction. The main way that you will do this is by participating in different forms of therapy that will help you to identify and heal from the root cause of your addiction. 

During your time in your IOP, another main focus of your treatment will be relapse prevention. Due in part to the fact that you will be continuously faced with temptations, it’s imperative that you know what steps you need to take to remain focused on your goals of lifelong sobriety. Keep in mind that if you’re struggling at any point, let us know so that we can take steps to be able to help you.

How Much Does Rehab Cost?

One of the questions that we frequently receive from clients that are thinking about coming to The Source revolves around the cost associated with the program. It’s important to remember that although you opt to work through an intensive outpatient program, your treatment plan will still be catered and tailored to your needs. For example, our addiction experts may think that a certain treatment approach may benefit you but it may not necessarily be right for another client. This will result in a difference in the cost of your care. 

We never want your concerns regarding your cost of care to prevent you from coming to Indianapolis drug rehab program for your recovery needs. If you’re worried about the cost associated with a treatment plan, we still encourage you to reach out to our team as there are different options that we may be able to offer you. 

Does Insurance Cover IOP Rehab? 

Do you have private insurance? If so, there is a possibility that your insurance provider may cover some if not all of your intensive outpatient program. The only way to know whether or not this is the case is to know the terms of your coverage. This is something that many people don’t automatically know which means that you will have to reach out to your insurance provider to determine the terms of your coverage. Insurance companies are notorious for the red tape that often comes alone with their coverage. For instance, it’s possible that your insurance company may only cover a certain amount of days in treatment while there are other insurance companies that may completely cover everything. If you need any help in determining whether or not your insurance company will cover any or all of your IOP, just let us know and we will do everything we can to assist you. 

What is the Difference Between Inpatient and Outpatient?

While it’s true that you will have the flexibility to develop your own recovery plan, it’s important that you understand the differences between an inpatient or an outpatient program. During an inpatient program, you physically change the people, places and things around you and live at another location during the course of your recovery. This is an option for The Source clients through our partial hospitalization program. 

An outpatient program, on the other hand, is more suited for a client that may have other responsibilities that they need to see to each day or each week. Regardless of whether you decide to work through our intensive outpatient program or you think that you are more well-suited for our general outpatient program, you can take comfort in the fact that you will still receive nothing less than the highest level of care from our treatment team. 

When you initially reach out to us, our recovery team will be able to provide you with more information about the unique difference between the programs that we offer at The Source. 

The Source Places Everyone into Treatment 

At The Source, we believe in the ethos that every person that would like to work toward overcoming their addiction with our team of addiction professionals should have the opportunity to do so. Once you have admitted the fact that you need help, the next step in the process is to reach out to our intake team. During that initial phone call, we will speak with you in great detail not only about your issues with addiction, but the goals that you have for yourself as well as your physical health. When you come to our Fort Lauderdale facility, we will work with you to continue to develop your treatment plan. This will include our team drawing blood and providing you with more information about the type of therapy that you will experience during your time at The Source. 

Are you ready to take steps and commit yourself to an intensive outpatient treatment plan? Give us a call today at (800) 426-1818. Remember, our intake team is available around the clock to assist you. 

If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call The Source today.  Our treatment specialists are available 24/7 to discuss your options and help you find the perfect solution (800) 204-0418.