When you’re ready to commit to a treatment program at a top-rated facility you have several different options when it comes to the type of program that you would like to work through. There are many things that you should take into consideration when it comes to these decisions. For example, if you have a job or you’re going to school, it would be impossible for you to commit to a partial hospitalization program. That doesn’t mean that it’s impossible for you to receive the addiction treatment that you need to overcome your addiction. Through an intensive outpatient program, you can learn what you need to do to live a healthy and sober life in the Austin area. 

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 

An intensive outpatient rehab is much more flexible in comparison to a partial hospitalization program. Clients that decide to work through an intensive outpatient rehab will need to participate in at least nine hours of therapeutic treatment per week. At The Source, we help our clients to develop treatment plans that are personalized to their needs. The types of therapy that you will participate in when you come to The Source can include: 

  • Trauma therapy: At The Source, we understand that many triggers of addiction are actually rooted in a person experiencing some form of trauma. In order for you to truly overcome your addiction, it’s imperative that you address these traumas in a way that can help you to heal from them. Our addiction experts are specially trained to help you through this process in a way that will not re-traumatize you. 
  • Individual therapy: There are several reasons why individual therapy is incorporated into an overall treatment plan. First and foremost, individual therapy gives you the chance to connect with your team on a personal basis about events in your life that you may not feel comfortable talking about in a group setting. You can also reassess your treatment program with your team to see if any changes need to be made. 

 

  • Family therapy: Your family can provide you with a tremendous amount of care and support during the time that you’re in treatment. However, it’s possible that there may be a tremendous amount of hurt that you and your family may feel as a result of certain things that happened during the time that you were in active addiction. Family therapy can help all of you to feel better and more at ease going forward so that you can begin to rebuild these important relationships in your life.
  • Group therapy: Group therapy allows you to begin to develop connections with other people that are working through their own recovery program. Through sharing and listening to the experiences of others you can not only begin to heal but develop your own system of support. 

How Much Does Rehab Cost? 

There is not a baseline cost that is associated with coming to our Fort Lauderdale intensive outpatient treatment plan. Each program is personalized according to the needs of the client. As a result, it would be impossible for our team to provide you with a one size fits all answer regarding the cost associated with your care. However, we believe that every person deserves the opportunity to receive the treatment that they need when they need it to overcome their addiction. Regardless of your financial situation or your needs, we always encourage you to reach out to us to learn more about your recovery options. We will do everything that we can to accommodate your needs. 

Does Insurance Cover IOP Rehab? 

One of the leading reasons why so many people stay away from committing to an intensive outpatient program is because they are worried about the cost associated with their treatment plan. However, did you know that there are many insurance providers that will cover most of if not all of your time in treatment? It’s been accepted and understood by insurance companies that addiction is not a choice but a disease that requires professional treatment. As a result, it’s possible that you may not have to pay anything out of pocket depending on the terms of your coverage. If you’re unsure of the terms of your coverage or you need help in determining those terms, just let our intake team know so that we can help you to take advantage of your insurance.

What is the Difference Between Inpatient and Outpatient? 

Before you decide whether an intensive outpatient program is for you, it’s important that you understand the difference between a partial hospitalization program and an outpatient program. Clients that decide to work through a partial hospitalization program have the benefit of living in one of our beautiful and luxurious single-family residences. During the stretch of your treatment, you will have a home-away home type of environment that can help you to focus exclusively on yourself and your needs. 

An outpatient program, on the other hand, is designed for clients that have either completed a partial hospitalization program and would like to continue on their recovery journey or who have work or school responsibilities and only have the flexibility to commit to an outpatient program. An intensive outpatient program or a general outpatient program is more flexible which means that you can adjust your treatment program to suit your work or school needs. If your schedule changes in the middle of your recovery program, be sure to connect with your treatment team as soon as possible so that we can update your program for you. 

The Source Places Everyone Into Treatment 

At The Source, our main focus is on providing every client that comes to our facility with the high level of care that they need and deserves as they begin to remove the influence of drugs and alcohol from their life. If you’re ready to take this important step and learn more about how our team of addiction experts can assist you, please get in touch with us today at (800) 204-1818.

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.