Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), 8 weeks in length, meets three times weekly on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday for three hours each time and is provided by a licensed chemical dependency counselor.
Our Intensive Outpatient program utilizes a 12-Step philosophy and other proven clinical treatment methods to help make positive changes in the participants’ lives, to help insure addiction recovery success, and assist the patient in making positive life decisions. Activities include individual counseling, chemical dependency education groups, family education groups, family counseling, spirituality awareness, and relapse prevention education.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment is perfect for people who need further treatment following ambulatory detox or inpatient services and need to continue working while in a treatment program. Patients still have time for work, school, and other life responsibilities while they are participating in the program.
All services are provided in both English and Spanish
Call our Houston Centers at 1-855-708-5483 for more information on BES Group intensive outpatient treatment programs
The Intensive Outpatient Program uses 12-Step and proven clinical treatment methods to help you take the needed steps for change in your life.
You will participate in the following activities:
- Group counseling
- Individual counseling
- Groups for men and women
- Family group
- Spirituality awareness
- Relapse prevention training
- 12-Step meetings (off-site)
- Educational classes
Our Intensive Outpatient Locations
Our Intensive outpatient program is available at the following Texas metropolitan areas:
- BES Group – Pasadena, TX
- BES Group – Baytown, TX
- BES Group – Beaumont, TX
- BES Group – North Houston, TX
Why is Intensive Outpatient Treatment important?
This is a very important part of early recovery and for someone who has never attempted to be drug-free before. There is structure and professional support available to aid clients in getting started while building a bridge or other support and as well as support groups while in treatment, so that they can continue to remain drug-free and have a life that they want for themselves as opposed to a life defined by drugs and related consequences.